Joe Biden's Pandering Plight: From Mispronunciations To Mishaps, Is He Losing It?

Written By BlabberBuzz | Wednesday, 07 February 2024 11:10 PM
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President Joe Biden has often been criticized for his tendency to tailor his speeches to his audience, a trait that was on full display during a recent event at the White House in recognition of Black History Month.

Critics argue that Biden's approach often borders on pandering, as he tends to share personal anecdotes or experiences that he believes will resonate with the specific group he is addressing.

For instance, during events with African American attendees, Biden has been known to reference his upbringing in black churches. When addressing firefighters, he often recounts a near-tragic incident where his house almost burned down, threatening his beloved Corvette, his wife, and their cat. And if the topic of trains arises, Biden is likely to bring up his alleged encounters with Angelo Negri, despite inconsistencies in his account of these interactions.

At the Black History Month event, Biden's critics argue that he resorted to a familiar trope: the "I have a black friend" approach. During his speech, Biden praised Vice President Kamala Harris, stating, "We are really fortunate to have a real leader, a true friend, and an historic vice president, Kamala Harris." He then held Harris's hand and added, "I not only asked him (??) to join me, I love her. Hehehe. It's a good relationship; she's doing an incredible job."

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Critics were quick to point out Biden's misgendering of Harris, a mistake they argue is indicative of his party's struggle with gender identity issues. They also noted Biden's history of making awkward or offensive comments about African Americans, including his infamous "you ain't black" remark to radio host Charlamagne tha God.

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Despite his professed affection for Harris, Biden continues to mispronounce her name, even after three years in office together. Critics argue that this could be a sign of cognitive decline, indifference, or even a deliberate slight.

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Following his speech, Biden announced the performance portion of the event, stating, "Please enjoy the performers (performance?) that's about to begin." Critics noted that Biden seemed to be directed off stage by his wife, Jill, who was slightly off camera. This led to speculation about the state of Biden's mental health and his ability to perform his duties as president.

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Once off stage, Biden attempted to quiet the crowd during the performance but was largely ignored. Critics argue that this incident, along with Biden's missteps during his speech, are indicative of his declining popularity and influence.

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The event concluded with a performance of the song "I Can't Make You Love Me," a choice that critics argue was fitting given Biden's current standing with the American public. As the lyrics state, "You can't make your heart feel something it won't. Here in the dark, in these final hours...I can't make you love me, if you don't."

Critics of Biden are hopeful that these "final hours" are a metaphor for the end of his term in office, which they hope will come in January of next year.

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