President Joe Biden spoke at a CNN town hall on Wednesday night in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he made multiple gaffes that left many viewers once again wondering if Biden is going through a cognitive health breakdown.
Some gaffes included simple factual errors. For example, Biden called Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) a Congressman instead of a Senator. While many Americans may not know the difference, Biden should since he served multiple terms as a Senator.
At another point, Biden spoke about a “man on the moon.” He said, “Think of the people, if your kid wanted to find out whether or not there were — there’s a man on the moon or whatever, you know, something, or, you know, whether those aliens are here or not, you know, who are the people they talk to beyond the kids who love talking about it?”
Most viewers struggled to understand what Biden was attempting to communicate.
A third example included Biden telling the audience, “You’re not going to — you’re not going to get COVID if you have these vaccinations.”
In contrast, the 55 Texas Democrats who fled their state for Washington, D.C., stopped reporting COVID-19 results after at least six members tested positive for the virus, though all were reportedly vaccinated.
The numbers indicated more than 10 percent of the Texas lawmakers had tested positive despite the vaccine, a fact in clear contrast with Biden’s claim. A growing number of vaccinated people are reportedly also testing positive, especially with the spread of new variants that may make vaccines less effective.
Despite no opponent to debate, Biden struggle to succeed on the stage, leaving Americans concerned about the leader of the nation.