The aides to Vice President Joe Biden have admitted that they frequently have no idea what he is referring to when he blurts out his bizarre phrases, as Axios reported.
The most recent occurred earlier this week when he recited "God Save the Queen" following a speech on gun control. Several aides discussed Biden's "wacky phrases," which are frequently conflated with his "quirky aphorisms," according to Axios, which concluded, "Biden is just being Biden."
Fox News went on to note that: “Biden bizarrely ended a speech about gun control in Connecticut with the words ‘God Save the Queen’ after noting that he would not be able to shake hands with attendees because a storm was approaching. He also uttered another phrase he once used toward a student who questioned him about his fourth-place standing in the 2020 Iowa caucuses.”
“Is that the truth? Now, do not make a lie – as that scene in the John Wayne movie – don’t make me a dog-faced, lying, pony-soldier,” Biden said at the time.
“As a proud Irishman whose ancestors probably weren’t fans of the crown, Biden may use the phrase more as sarcasm,” Axios noted.
In interviews, one of Biden's advisers stated that they "still aren't sure" what he meant by the "Queen" remark.
During the same speech, Biden appeared to require assistance to leave the stage, which sparked additional discussions about his advanced age and deteriorating mental health.
“…[T]he the scene became even more bizarre immediately following the gaffe. Biden seemed unaware of where he should exit, pointing at the people off-stage and asking them where he should go,” the Western Journal reported. “Eventually, an aide came up and helped him off, and Biden awkwardly jogged across the stage to make an exit.”
This month, Fox News presenter Harris Faulkner discussed the repercussions and implications of Vice President Biden's nasty tumble following his commencement address at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
During an episode of "Outnumbered," Faulkner stated that Biden "looked like a bug" after his on-stage fall, contending that he presented a "very vulnerable, capitulated view for an enemy."
Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany began the segment by displaying an image of autumn. This prompted the co-hosts to take turns criticizing Biden and the "message" he sent to the world.
“His images often summed up a presidency, and I saw his yesterday of this, he tweeted it out, and it’s just this image of the Biden presidency of him being helped up in a kind of decrepit position, and it’s, you risk an image like this defining your presidency, regardless of the sandbag, but just the questions of mental acuity and more,” said McEnany.
Faulkner issued a similar response, saying “Well, I’m just gonna say it – just before that photograph was taken, he was on the ground with his heels and the soles of his feet faced the sky and it reminded me of when he had fallen off the bike, he wasn’t clipped into the bike, but he had his feet in the clips, he wasn’t moving, he had stopped, and he tipped over and he ended up like in sort of a bug position with his heels and his hands to the- that is a very vulnerable, capitulated view to an enemy,” she said.
“And just knowing that our enemies see him like that and the soles of his feet and can’t get up on his own and that sort of thing is difficult. But having that compassion that Emily is talking about is important. Robert F. Kennedy Jr. really wants to debate this president, but he told me he was never gonna debate him. I mean, Biden can’t go do that,” Faulkner added.