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 December 28, 2022

Tucker Carlson compiles Joe Biden's biggest gaffes

Fox News host Tucker Carlson compiled President Joe Biden's biggest gaffes of the year.

Carlson presented the embarrassing moments as part of his “The Joe Biden Christmas Special.”

The details

“Fox Nation is giving subscribers the gift of humor this holiday season, as Fox News host Tucker Carlson highlights the best Joe Biden blunders Americans have seen yet,” Fox News reported.

“Though it’s not all humorous – Carlson describes Americans under the second year of the Biden administration as ‘poor and disgruntled as they have ever been,’ and explains how major cities have been affected by open drug use, referring to the ‘wafting aroma of methamphetamine on our streets,'” the report added.

The blunders

Carlson claimed he had a lot of material to work with, including the president saying Uranian instead of Ukrainian during a recent speech about the people of Ukraine.

Biden's words gaffe of 2022 will likely go down as his callout for Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN) who died in a car accident earlier this year.

"Jackie, where's Jackie?," Joe Biden says about Rep. Jackie Walorski who died in a car accident a few months ago.

Sometimes, the blunders built upon one another in a way that made even Biden himself laugh. His reference to "kleptocracy" will go down as one of his more memorable live moments of the year.

The long list of blunders has led many Americans to question whether Biden is mentally fit for office. Some conservative lawmakers have even demanded that Biden take a cognitive test to show he is able to continue leading the country.

The remarks are often funny, but the seriousness of the situation reveals real concerns about the leadership of the president in the days ahead, especially as the nation begins to consider candidates for the 2024 election.

Written By:
Dillon Burroughs

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