Putting the first dismal year behind them, the Biden administration and Democrats are heading into 2022, ready for the challenges ahead of them. At least, that is what they portrayed as President Joe Biden promised they would win in the upcoming elections. And, let’s not forget he is still eyeing a reelection campaign in 2024 against an unknown rival for now. But before all of that, President Biden is not a single week into the new year, and he is already fumbling speeches as he continuously proves he hasn’t the slightest clue what he is saying. 

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In the video featured below, President Biden tried once again to relate to the American people, who have been struggling since he took office, by telling them a story that happened to him. Having done this multiple times in the past with his Amtrak story and his house burning down with his wife in it, his handlers must have been nervous as he recalled the price of beef rising above $5 a pound. 

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Although a new year, Biden ended up proving his own weak leadership as he pointed out that the price of beef was lower before he was president. Showing his mental fatigue when it comes to the weight of being POTUS, users online blasted him for his clueless remarks.

“They actually think they are fooling us. His policies have created all this! Embarrassing is a nice statement from you. It’s horrific he hasn’t been impeached….#LetsGoBrandon.“ 

Another user noted, “Yet the people that voted for him will continue to make excuses for him. They don’t realize that the level of incompetence is directly affecting them too.”

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And one added, “I’m surprised they don’t spin this as “hamburger meat used to be $4, and now it’s $5. So under my Presidency, hamburger meat got richer!”

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