In advance of his alleged announcement to run for president, Joe Biden traveled to the southern border. After almost three years of an unprecedented, Democrat Party-approved invasion of the United States, Joe has suddenly taken an interest in the world’s most porous border.

Our incompetent “commander-in-chief” was in El Paso, Texas, for the “Three Amigos” Summit between the US, Canada, and Mexico. While he was there, Biden spoke with US Border Patrol officers who he’s put through three years of hell by overworking them, forcing them to be vaccinated, and treating our hero border agents like babysitters for criminals, toddlers, and children who human traffickers have deserted.

A toddler and infant were found deserted, likely by human smugglers.

A confused Joe Biden was seen shaking the hand of Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador during the welcome ceremony at Palacio Nacional in Mexico City. By the look on Joe’s face, it almost seems like Joe isn’t sure if he’s on land or horseback.

When he was finished speaking with the border agents, Biden was introduced to a man wearing a Salvation Army uniform. Biden walked toward the Salvation Army worker, who he mistook for a Secret Service agent, and immediately engaged in conversation with him. As he shook his hand, Biden hilariously attempted to form a bond with the “secret service agent” by whispering, “I spent some time with the Secret Service in Poland and Ukraine.”


The Salvation Army worker, who appears to be as confused as Joe Biden, did not correct him. He simply smiled at the senile “commander-in-chief” before he moved down the line.

The Daily Mail has compiled an incredible list of ridiculous statements by Joe Biden during his “presidency.” Here’s a partial list:


‘You displayed this type of mood change during a cabinet meeting when you apparently did not know your microphone was on after finishing your opening remarks, and you called a White House reporter a “stupid son of a b****”in response to a question asked on inflation,’ Jackson claimed.

He was referring to a hot mic moment in late January during which Biden criticized Fox News reporter Peter Doocy, after which the president personally apologized to the journalist.

Biden has also been known to have trouble with the names of his most senior officials, foreign leaders and even countries.


The president slipped up during the March 8 speech while trying to remember Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s name.

‘I want to thank Sec-, the former general; I keep calling him “General.” My – the guy who runs that outfit over there,’ Biden said before quickly adding, ‘I want to make sure we thank the secretary for all he’s done.’

A trip to Texas that same month to visit a Houston-area vaccination center saw Biden apparently lose his train of thought and become confused. He even asked, ‘What am I doing here?’ while trying to get himself back on track.

On multiple occasions, Biden has also appeared to refer to Vice President Kamala Harris as the ‘president.’ During a commencement speech at South Carolina State University in late December, Biden remarked: ‘Of course, President Harris is a proud Howard alum.’

He made the mistake again more recently, declaring during a voting rights speech in Georgia on January 11 that ‘President Harris and I stood on the United States Capitol.’

Biden has been known to get dates confused as well – in May 2021, he recalled traveling via Amtrak to see his mother while he was vice president in 2013. But his mother died in 2010.

The apparent issues began long before Biden took the White House. When he was on the campaign trail in September 2020, then-candidate Biden was widely mocked for saying ‘200 million people have died’ from COVID-19 under Donald Trump’s watch. The number was around 200,000 at the time.

And while president, Biden had to be corrected on a statistic regarding COVID-19 vaccinations. During a COVID-19 White House press conference, Biden attempted to say, ’57… excuse me… 570… I don’t want to read it; I’m not sure I got the right number…’ Chief Medical Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci aided him in saying the figure was ’57 million.’


During an Election Day speech in Philadelphia, Biden stumbled over his words and confused his granddaughter with his late son, Beau Biden.

Biden told the crowd: ‘I want to introduce you to two of my granddaughters…this is my son, Beau Biden who a lot of you helped elect to the Senate in Delaware.’

The commander-in-chief had meant to introduce the crowd to Natalie, Beau’s daughter, but hadn’t just mixed up the name but the person – he also put his arm around Finnegan Biden, Hunter’s daughter.

He finally corrected himself as he draped his arm around Natalie’s shoulder and said: ‘This is Natalie; this is Beau’s daughter.’

Beau Biden passed away in 2015 after a months-long battle with glioblastoma, one of the deadliest types of brain cancer.

Then, two years later, in November 2022, he claimed that Beau lost his life in Iraq.

Biden repeatedly confused Syria with Libya while discussing ways of working with Russia during a press conference at the G7 on June 13, 2021


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