Biden Mocked After Painfully Wrong Pronunciation: ‘Can’t String a Sentence Together’


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Another video featuring President Joe Biden visibly struggling to speak has gone viral on social media, adding new concerns that he does not have the mental or physical ability to serve another four-year term.

Biden traveled to New Hampshire to explain the impact of the PACT Act, a 2022 law helping veterans access benefits due to toxic exposure during their service, Fox News reported. But a video of him struggling to pronounce the name of the act quickly spread on social media, overshadowing his speech about the law itself.

“Let me close with this, after I signed the pack-[unintelligible] act into law,” he stumbled.

The clip immediately spread across social platforms.

“I commend @RNCResearch for deciphering what Joe Biden said,” conservative communicator Steve Guest wrote regarding a post on X that quoted Biden as saying, “After I signed the asjiojfeijgergewefhahohoiore into law.”

“Ah, yes. Asjiojfeijgergewefhahohoiore,” FreePressFail co-founder Corinne Clark Barron noted as well. “The landmark legislation of the Biden administration.”


Trump campaign advisor Chris LaCivita appeared to be at a loss for words: “I mean…”

“Anyway, inflation is up 20%,” Rep. Nancy Mace, R-S.C., added.

“In today’s episode of ‘What the Hell Did Joe Say?’” author and RedState columnist Buzz Patterson wrote.

The clip is just the latest featuring Biden struggling to communicate. Others have shown him struggling physically as well, including a clip of him during a trip to Saginaw, Mich., in March, which raised new questions and concerns about his mental acuity and ability to continue serving as commander-in-chief.

“Biden shuffles up the sidewalk and greets two gentlemen in Michigan, who rush to cover him with their umbrellas — then they guide a VERY confused Biden inside. VIGOR!” the Republican National Committee’s research arm noted on the X platform.


According to a Bloomberg News/Morning Consult conducted in mid-February, eight-in-10 swing state voters think Biden, at 81, is showing major signs of aging and is too old for another term. Even reliably Democratic voters in the seven swing states believe he’s too old, the UK’s Daily Mail reported.

The outlet added:

It comes as the Biden administration has been pushing back on concerns over the president’s age and mental acuity after the Special Counsel Robert Hur report earlier this month described the president as an ‘elderly man with poor memory.’

Meanwhile, less than half of the respondents in the same survey believe that former President Donald Trump, Biden’s most likely GOP rival, is too old at 77.

In addition, the polling found that Trump was leading Biden across all seven of the swing states: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.


Following his SOTU address, a psychiatrist who has worked with elderly and dementia patients for years claimed that Biden appeared to be on some form of medication during his raucous, anger-filled State of the Union Address a day earlier.

Dr. Carole Lieberman, a Beverly Hills-based forensic psychiatrist, said that “Biden exhibited signs of stimulant use to mask cognitive decline in his amped-up, aggressive” speech, the Washington Times reported.

Biden often appeared to hurry through his speech and would raise his voice despite the fact that he had a microphone in front of him. The Times also cited Lieberman when reporting that “speed and volume of speech can be a sign of using Adderall or another amphetamine.”

“If you look at how Joe Biden usually is — slow and stumbling — compared to how he was during the State of the Union — fiery and angry — these are signs that are typical for someone taking Adderall or any amphetamine,” she said.

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