Joe Biden undoubtedly spent hours rehearsing his first major lengthy public address since he occupied the White House. For the most part, the 81 million vote-getter, who typically can’t string two sentences together, was doing a fine job of reading the teleprompter—until he got to the part about competing with China.
“We can’t stop now,” Joe warned.
“We’re in competition with China and other countries—to win the 21st Century,” he boldly proclaimed.
He followed up with, “We’re at a great inflection point in history!”
It was finally time for Joe to deliver his key message, the “build back better” slogan used by communists around the world—but poor old Joe fumbled:
“We have to do more than just build back better…build back. We need to build back better,” Joe said.
You don’t say, Joe?
“We have to compete more strenuously than we have,” Biden told a room filled with mostly Democrat hacks who mocked President Trump for his fight, many times as a lone wolf, to bring jobs back to America from China and other slave labor countries.
Watch Joe’s profound speech here:
— Newsmax (@newsmax) April 29, 2021