“Way back 150 years ago when I was chairman of the Judiciary committee we spent a lot of time working on setting up victim’s funds.”
See those words above? They were spoken by the most powerful human being on the planet. Was Joe Biden trying to make a joke or was he serious? Does it even matter, anymore?
The man is delusional. Period.
Here’s the longer version:
— Newsmax (@newsmax) July 22, 2021
Back in March of this year, Joe said he began his career in the Senate 120 years ago. Maybe the man really is that old!
From Fox News:
President Biden raised some eyebrows when he quipped that he first became a senator 120 years ago in response to a question about the filibuster.
“I believe we should go back to a position of a filibuster that existed just when I came to the United States Senate 120 years ago,” the president joked.
The joke turned some heads online, with Rep. Lauren Boebert, R-Colo., quoting the president’s quip and saying Biden was almost right and blasted him for having “nothing to show” for his time in the Senate.
President Biden just said he came to the Senate 120 years ago.
In fairness to him, it sure does feel that way.
— Nan Hayworth, M.D. (@NanHayworth) March 25, 2021
“When I came to the Senate 120 years ago…”
Almost Joe. 48 years and nothing to show for it.#BidenPressConference
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) March 25, 2021
Back in November 2020, Biden said he got to the upper chamber of Congress “180 years ago.”
From Fox News:
The Democratic presidential contender and former vice president made the odd statement during a live address to the US Conference of Mayors that was being broadcast in real time on C-SPAN.
Biden began by praising mayors for taking care of Americans’ practical day-to-day needs, and for being on the front lines during fires, floods, health emergencies and school shootings.
“That’s why I’ve made it a priority my entire career to work closely with you,” he said with a smile, “from the time I got to the Senate 180 years ago,” he added, giving a short chuckle.
Biden has been a train wreck in the Oval Office in every way, just as everybody predicted.
Let’s hope conservatives show up to the polls next year to take back the House and Senate.