ORANGEBURG, S.C. – Joe Biden gave a speech this morning to South Carolina State University graduates, and at one point, he made two different major gaffes within ten seconds.

Gaffe 1: He referred to Vice President Kamala Harris as President Harris.

Gaffe 2: Joe brings up Delaware State, but he didn’t go there. He attended The University of Delaware.

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“All kidding aside, of course, President Harris is a proud Howard alum. She might have something to say about Delaware State.” – Joe Biden

The embarrassment for America and American’s never ends with Joe Biden supposedly at the helm.

What is truly amazing is that some, albeit a dwindling number, still love and support him. I guess it just shows the true power of Big Media and Big Tech to subvert the truth and manipulate opinions.

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Even after those two blunders, South Carolina State gave Joe an honorary degree.

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Check out what some of the people online are saying about this short clip…

“In 2019, Harris was doing interviews where she said she was running for President. They asked her if Biden would run as her VP, but she said she thought he was too old.”

“One day, he will introduce himself as President Brandon.”

“You cannot make this shit up.”

“We’ve known for a while that she would take over for him eventually.”

“Who allows him to go off-script. Between this and calling black people not smart enough to get lawyers and accountants, it’s just a typical day for this Administration.”


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