Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden slipped up and made another embarrassing verbal gaffe during a campaign event in Flint, Michigan on Friday, Breitbart reported.
While speaking about his plans for healthcare and how he intends to restore the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, Biden said, “Donald Trump thinks health care is a privilege, Barack and I think it’s a right to have badakathcare.”
Joe Biden: “Barack and I think it’s a right for people to have badakathcare.” pic.twitter.com/UqWELjSAMN
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Also notice how Biden’s wording sounds reminiscent of his time campaigning as former President Barack Obama’s vice president.
This is Biden’s second bizarre verbal gaffe in the last week with the election just days away.
Is Biden wearing out?
During an event in Dallas, Pennsylvania, last week, Biden flubbed again, saying, “I’ll lead an effective strategy to mobilize truaninonashufodopressure.” Watch:
Joe Biden: “I’ll lead an effective strategy to mobilize [unintelligible]!” pic.twitter.com/cggH79eZB1
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What Biden apparently meant to say was, “I’ll lead an effective strategy to mobilize true international pressure.”
The 78-year-old Democrat has been afflicted with a string of bizarre gaffes and flubs that have led to his campaign keeping him out of sight except for tightly curated and controlled events.
With the election just days away, that strategy is questionable when compared with President Trump’s long string of campaign events. Trump has been jetting all over the country to give speeches and rally his supporters just a month after beating the coronavirus.
Voters have to be wondering: if Biden can’t even handle the pressure of the campaign trail, how will he project power and influence when dealing with China, Russia, and the European nations as the U.S. president?