Biden's Incoherent Rambling during Speech Is So Bad Fox News Cuts Away - WATCH
Biden's babbling is seen on live TV
Joe Biden's incoherent rambling during a speech in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, was so bad that Fox News cut away.
Biden was babbling on about "the Ohio Pennsylvania" and "the Illinois president," and it was hard for viewers to work out what he was saying.
What is Biden saying? pic.twitter.com/WZUKD4RDX8— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) October 7, 2021
After around thirty seconds, the Fox News host cut away, telling viewers the network would continue "monitoring" the speech.
The network cut away from Biden's word salad, bringing to question Biden's mental health.
During the speech, Biden attempted to describe a phone conversation he had but found it challenging to find the correct words.
"You know, if I can digress for a just second, last night I was on the television, on television, I was on the telephone …" Biden stumbled.
The clips show Biden confused, more so than usual.
Clips like this of Biden should not be used for comedy material; they should be looked at seriously, as he is supposedly the guy calling the shots and leading the United States.
Biden made another gaffe during a speech in Michigan on Tuesday while pushing his widely unpopular $3.5 trillion 'infrastructure' plan.
But Biden forgot he was actually outside.
"I'll bet everyone in this room can tell me what the most dangerous intersection in this town or any town they live in — and where it is — that you hold your breath when you're driving over or trying to cross the street. Not a joke," he said.
Biden: “I’ll bet everyone in this room..."— Kambree (@KamVTV) October 5, 2021