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Joe Biden Gets Confused as He Struggles through Speech in Jerusalem – WATCH

'Sorry. I swallowed wrong'

 on 16th July 2022 @ 2.00pm
biden recalled during his brain surgeries when he was lying in the intensive care unit staring at the monitors © press
Biden recalled during his brain surgeries when he was lying in the intensive care unit staring at the monitors

President Joe Biden appeared to struggle after delivering a speech Friday at a hospital in eastern Jerusalem.

Biden seemed emotional as he began recounting his time in hospitals recalling when his first wife was killed in a car crash and undergoing two surgeries for brain aneurysms.

The President grew hoarse and began coughing as he told the story.

“Sorry. I swallowed wrong,”  he said, pausing to take a drink.

Biden recalled during his brain surgeries when he was lying in the intensive care unit staring at the monitors.

“You just get tired, even when you’re not in pain, you just want to quit,” he said.


Biden praised the nurses in the hospital for making him want to live.

“The nurses at Walter Reed hospital would come up, they’d rub my face, they’d whisper in my ear, they get close and tell me it’s going to be ok,” he said.

“They made a difference in my life.”

Biden shifted to speaking about his deceased son Beau Biden.

He began talking about how his son slept about 150 yards from a burn pit when he was stationed in Iraq and came home with stage four glioblastoma.

“He should be the man standing here talking to you as president, not me,” he said.

Biden began talking about his “moonshot” effort to find a way to cure cancer, forgetting words as he tried to explain what he was trying to do.

“Within our National Institute of Health, I set up a provision where like within the Defense Department, there’s a special office, the Defense Department, they’ve been looking at breaking technologies, whether its just across the board, that’s where the internet came from,” he said.

Biden went back on script but indicated he had more to say about the importance of nurses and hospitals.

“I could say much more, but if my mother were here she’d look at me and say ‘Hush up, you’ve spoken too long,'” he said.

Biden paused and took a question from a woman in the audience.

The partisan divide on the question, however, is stark and reveals a fundamental disagreement among Americans as to the worth of the system.


While Democrats clock in as having a “great deal” or “quite a lot” of confidence in the system at 43 percent confidence — a drop from 48 percent in 2020 — Republican support plummeted from 34 percent to 14 percent in the same timeframe. Independents dropped nine points to 29 percent.

Gallup reports this partisan divide as massive in the history of its polling the question — starting in 1973 — that over time saw an average of a nine percent difference.

In 2021, there was a 23 percent divide, but the highest divide prior to the pandemic and the revelation of nefarious indoctrination tactics used by schools against America’s children was 13 percent in 2013, something Gallup contributes to the disagreements over Common Core education standards.

“If you have a question about hospitals I’ll answer it, if you don’t I’ll do it privately,” he said.

The woman commented about voting for Biden and called for “more justice and more dignity” in Palestine.

The president reacted by ending his remarks.

“Thank you. Thank you, folks. Appreciate it very very much. Thank you,” he said.

Biden paused and motioned to his security team, apparently uncertain of which way he was expected to leave the room.

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