Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden increased the number of U.S. military service members killed by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus nearly a thousand-fold, in one of his most recent confusions.
“Military COVID infected: 118,984. Military COVID deaths: 6,114. Folks, every one of these lives mattered,” Biden said at a rally in Warren, Michigan, according to The Washington Free Beacon video, released on Wednesday, Sept. 9.
The Department of Defense website records that the number of U.S. military service members killed by the CCP Virus is seven.
When including all military agencies—civilian, dependent, and contractor—the number rises to 90.
Additionally, 58,000 were infected, and 36,080 recovered.
Biden addressed about a dozen attendees and a few reporters in a parking lot behind the Region 1 headquarters of the United Auto Workers (UAW) union that represents workers in the United States and Canada.
The small gathering contrasts with the large, enthusiastic crowds gathered by U.S. President Donald Trump.
Biden’s numerous errors have caused The Federalist to call him a “Gaffe Machine” in one of its articles where they compile Biden’s mistakes, and they say they will keep the list up to date.
All these mistakes demonstrate Biden’s mental decline and give rise to concerns among many Americans that Biden could not function as president.
The concerns about Biden are spread by the media and publicized by U.S. President Donald Trump’s campaign to alert voters.
Biden’s apparent mental fragility tends to be a concern for American voters but his performance is very inconsistent.
One of Biden’s speeches to Senator Bernie Sanders during the primary drew attention because it showed an improvement in Biden’s speech compared to his previous speeches.
Trump referred to this event when he proposed that both he and Biden take laboratory samples to determine the possible presence of drugs in their bodies, prior to the September 29 debates.
“We’re going to ask for a drug test, by the way, because his best performance was against Bernie. It’s not that it was Winston Churchill because he wasn’t, but it was a normal, boring debate,” Trump said according to the Washington Examiner on August 26.