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Biden's Greatest Mexican Memories


On Thursday we learned that Joe Biden's own special counsel had to admit his mental capabilities weren't all that great.

Politico reports, "Special counsel Robert Hur jolted the presidential campaign Thursday with a withering assessment of Joe Biden’s mental acuity, drawing the president’s biggest political liability firmly into the public conversation."

Politico noted:

While Biden’s age is a major concern for voters in polling, top Democrats have danced around the issue, keeping their concerns mostly private. But Hur’s description of Biden, 81, in an official report as a “well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory” may force a new reckoning for the president.
Investigators found insufficient evidence to charge Biden for mishandling classified documents during his time as vice president but wrote his memory “appeared to have significant limitations” and that “he did not remember, even within several years, when his son Beau died” in 2015. Biden could not remember when he was vice president or the details of a debate about sending additional troops to Afghanistan, they said.

That's not all he can't remember.

At a press conference Thursday night, Biden dismissed questions about his mental abilities.

Then, while discussing the Israel-Gaza conflict and humanitarian aid to Gaza, proceeded to call Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi the president of Mexico.

Obviously people were going to have some fun with this online.

How could you not?

Of course you have to mention Biden's favorite Bangles song.

Then there's his favorite Egyptian restaurant.

In fact, it's the only time you'll see Joe "Make a Run for the Border."

A worldly president indeed.

Then there's the fact that he probably already forgot the press conference happened.

We're sorry. Ideology aside. Politics aside. Parties aside.

Everything aside.

It should now be clear to everyone, friend and foe of Joe Biden alike:




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