Biden Expresses Sadness Over “Tragic Events” in “Houston” and “Michigan”

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Okay, it’s enough. This is the guy who repeatedly, and quite mysteriously, referred during the most recent debate to Cory Booker as “President Booker.” Something is wrong. He cannot be president.

He is going to order the bombing of Iraq when he means Iran. These are not mistakes. People deteriorate at different times as they get old. Sadly, Biden’s moment appears to be now. Bernie is robust. Trump is robust. Biden is not. It’s a bad problem for him, but let’s not make it a bad problem for the country. According to the Washington Examiner: Former Vice President Joe Biden misstated the locations of mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, while speaking to donors at a high-dollar fundraiser in San Diego on Sunday night. Biden, 76, mistakenly referred to the shootings as “the tragic events in Houston today and also in Michigan the day before,” but later corrected himself, according to a pool report. Biden seemingly confused Houston for El Paso and Michigan for Ohio when speaking to donors about the shootings. The fundraiser for his presidential campaign took place at the home of businessman Mark Arabo, who is an advocate for persecuted Iraqi Christians. Around 75 attendees at the fundraiser received a three-course meal before the vice president’s remarks, and listened to Biden speak in a marble-tiled living area with two chandeliers as they sat in rows of white chairs.