Biden’s Rally was Full of Forgetfulness and Made-up Events

Joe Biden has been getting worse over the past month, as the lies and mistakes seem to be increasing rapidly.

Biden has been inflicting Democrats with nightmares because of all the delusional mistakes (and the lies) that he made during his speech in Florida to rally the troops. This included thinking that Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) was in the Senate and that his son was murdered in Iraq and then claiming his son died from cancer just minutes afterward.

He also mistook Iraq for Ukraine when he was talking about the conflict in “Iraq,” and then had to correction his mistake. These kinds of things are the reason that so many Democrats have opted to not invite Biden to their rallies, as well as how unpopular Biden is due to the rise of the rise in inflation and his failed policies. If people report about what Biden is doing at these events, this only serves to remind voters why they should vote for Republicans.

Wasserman Schultz had to plead with people present to join in the clapping.

Biden was unable to remember the meaning of the acronym FEMA. BIDEN said, “And FEMA, Federal Emergency Management Associ—Assistance.” The acronym FEMA stands for Federal Emergency Management Agency.

How did he manage to forget that? He was involved in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. Biden even forgot the name for the storm, calling it Hurricane Ivan.

It was just a month ago, but he couldn't even recall the name.

However, as often happens, Biden invented an imaginary story. Biden had people shaking their heads and asking whether he was speaking to dead people once more, with a statement he made on Tuesday. About a month ago, Biden asked at a gathering where Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN) was. Waloski was killed the month before. Biden even released an official statement to honor her memory. However, he didn't seem to know that she had died.

Biden spoke about the use of insulin on Tuesday and he claimed that he'd spoken to the person who came up with the concept. The conversation was part of discussing the Inflation Reduction Act, which Biden claimed put a ceiling on the cost of insulin. Biden was referring to the fact that President Donald Trump had put a limit on the price of insulin before Biden was in, and it was temporarily stopped. Thus, Biden took credit for the restarting of the process that Trump had initiated.

“How many of you know somebody with diabetes, and needs insulin,” Biden asked the crowd. “Do you know how much it costs to make that insulin drug for diabetes….It was invented by a man who did not patent it because he wanted it available for everyone. I spoke to him, OK?”

However, RNC Researcher Zach Parkinson explained that if Biden had a conversation with “the “inventor of insulin,” he didn’t know how. Parkinson wrote, “This is bizarre for several reasons: Insulin was discovered by more than one person (two or three or four depending on how you want to credit) It *was* patented (the patent was sold for $1 to the University of Toronto). Those co-discoverers died in 1935, 1941, 1965, & 1978.”

They all died by 1978.

Based on the American Diabetes Association:

In 1921, a young surgeon named Frederick Banting and his assistant Charles Best figured out how to remove insulin from a dog’s pancreas. Skeptical colleagues said the stuff looked like “thick brown muck,” but little did they know this would lead to life and hope for millions of people with diabetes.

With this murky concoction, Banting and Best kept another dog with severe diabetes alive for 70 days—the dog died only when there was no more extract. With this success, the researchers, along with the help of colleagues J.B. Collip and John Macleod, went a step further. A more refined and pure form of insulin was developed, this time from the pancreases of cattle. [….]

In 1923, Banting and Macleod received the Nobel Prize in Medicine, which they shared with Best and Collip.

Parkinson said it wasn't just a mistake that Biden made on Friday. He also said the same thing at a different Democratic gathering.

If Biden is talking about people who were reluctant to patent, both of the men had died before Biden was born in 1942.

Also, unless you believe that he's talking to people who are dead, the odds that this tale is true are similar to the stories that he was the driver of an 18-wheeler, an activist for civil rights, and a full academic professor. This is the man who holds the nuclear codes. It's an extremely worrying idea. We're well past the time to put the 25th Amendment to use.

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