Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden confused Jacob Blake with Kyle Rittenhouse and cut out a line from President Donald Trump, making him look bad. It is these kinds of recurring mistakes that make one doubt his mental integrity to lead the country.
Biden was asked why President Donald Trump had not spoken out about the police shooting that killed 29-year-old African American Jacob Blake, by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Aug. 23.
Biden began his response by referring to a 17-year-old arrested in the same city two days later, and he didn’t seem to have realized his mistake, according to The Washington Free Beacon of Aug. 27.
“I don’t know enough to realize exactly what that 17-year-old did, but he’s supposedly part of a militia coming from the state of Illinois,” Biden told CNN’s Anderson Cooper.
Biden then linked Trump to another event that occurred in 2017 but cut the words out of context to make him look bad.
“Have you ever heard this president say one negative thing about white supremacists?” Biden said, adding that Trump called Charlottesville’s whites, at the time, “very fine people,” rather than condemning them.
Trump’s words were, “… and you had some very bad people in that group, but you also had people that were very fine people, on both sides,” according to Politifact.
One of the most criticized aspects of Biden’s candidacy for the presidency is his apparent mental decline, as well as his strong tendency toward the left.
Biden has often had to contradict or modify his misrepresentations, or at least apologize, as is the case in this video in which he finally exhibits a confused attitude.
There are many anecdotes about Biden’s continued mistakes, some of them well documented.
Such notorious characteristics could not go unnoticed in a candidate for the presidency of the United States, to the extent that President Trump announced that he will request that before the debates on Sept. 29, they are tested for the existence of drugs in their metabolisms.
Apparently President Trump believes that Biden is using drugs to maintain normal performance on his election campaign.
President Trump believes that the improvement in Biden’s speech at the meeting with Sanders may have been due to the effect of drugs, he said in his interview at the White House for the Washington Examiner, published on Aug. 26.
“We’re going to call for a drug test, by the way, because his best performance was against Bernie. It wasn’t that he was Winston Churchill because he wasn’t, but it was a normal, boring debate,” President Trump said.
Trump described how in the debates before the one with Sanders, Biden wasn’t even consistent, but suddenly, in his last debate, he was.