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Biden Says “President Harris” Again…Another Biden Gaffe Or Freudian Slip?

Since Joe Biden announced Kamala Harris as his VP, he has raised a ton of eyebrows down the road. From accidentally referring her as the “president-elect” to talking about the “Harris-Biden administration” on the campaign trail, it’s no question that Joe is pretty confused on who is President. Even Kamala spoke of a “Harris administration” and referring to herself as “commander-in-chief” while discussing economic plans during a virtual roundtable. Now, Joe Biden made another gaffe and accidentally referred to Kamala as “President Harris” again. Is he really that gone or is this a “Freudian slip?” Whatever the case, it’s the first thing he got accurate since taking office.

In a recent speech offering updates on the vaccination progress, President Biden was talking about achieving its goal of 100 million vaccines administered in 100 days when he made the remark. He paused in between realizing what he said before pointing out that 65% of people aged 65 and older have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

“When President Harris and I took …a virtual tour of a vaccination site in Arizona not long ago, one of the nurses on that tour injecting people, giving vax each shot, was like administering a dose of hope,” Biden said.

Here’s the full clip:

While Biden has been criticized for his cognitive decline following a streamline of gaffes, others have insisted that Harris has been ready to lead from day one. In a recent log of activity, Vice President Kamala Harris has reportedly been taking on more of the key roles in the presidency anyway.

VP Harris has been making phone calls with foreign leaders, such as President Emmanuel Macron of France and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and discussing issues of space cooperation, trade and energy, regional crises, climate change, and gender equality, among other topics. Vice presidents do not typically play a massive role in working with world leaders, but Harris seems to be driving many of the foreign policy decisions made today.

It’s not a surprise that Harris is taking on these responsibilities, as she ran for president herself and would likely run if Biden does not pursue a second term. Every day, there are more complaints about Biden’s cognitive decline and the American people wanting a “younger voice” to represent the United States.

This has been going on even before Biden took office.

Former President Trump has also talked about the Democrats plan of invoking the 25th Amendment to replace Joe Biden with Harris in the White House. He previously tweeted out that “Crazy Nancy Pelosi” will replace Joe Biden with Kamala Harris after she announced legislation that could work with a vice president to seek the removal of a president deemed “physically or mentally incapacitated.” Pelosi had even insisted that the legislature was not about President Trump. Maybe, for once, Pelosi was telling the truth. It wasn’t about Trump – it was about Biden.

Trump talked about his theory last year during a virtual campaign rally on Rush Limbaugh’s talk radio show. The comments were made before Election Day.

“Joe is in no condition to be a candidate. We can say it nicely or we can say it badly. The 25th Amendment that crazy Nancy’s playing around with — she’s gone crazy, she’s a nut job — but this 25th Amendment, I think they put it in so they can get Kamala in,” Trump said.

Every once in a while, a Democrat lets the truth slip out. Not that this is a secret. It’s been the plan all along. Joe Biden can dismiss the claims and declare himself the “democratic party” all he wants but he’s just been another puppet for the radical left. A ticket for the “Harris-Biden” campaign.

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