VIDEO: Biden in Worse Shape Than Previously Expected

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – On Friday, President Biden was mocked by many social media users following his arrival in Delaware and his speech in Pennsylvania where he appeared to be disoriented.

Following Biden’s trip to Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, where he gave a campaign speech focusing on the third anniversary of the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol attack, the President arrived in Delaware, where he was set to spend the weekend. However, his remarks and general behavior both during and after the end of his remarks led to many online criticizing him.

During his speech, the 81-year-old president spent the majority of his remarks attacking former President Donald Trump and accusing him of attempting to “steal history” just like he had attempted to steal the 2020 election. However, Biden, who used most of his speech to attack Trump, claimed that the results of the 2020 presidential election had proved that Trump was a “loser.”

However, following his remarks, President Biden was swiftly approached by First Lady Jill Biden who hugged him and led him off the stage. The couple continued to quietly whisper as they made their way off the stage, however, the main camera was not able to capture the exchange. However, after the two embraced, Biden spoke into the microphone saying “I understand power. Thank you all so very much.”

This final statement had been made while the exit music was playing, and it was the last thing that he said before leaving the stage. Some users took to social media to share the moment and argued that it had probably been prompted by the need to have Biden escorted and guided off the stage as he got confused, lost, or even fell.

When Biden landed in Delaware, many users also pointed out that his behavior had been peculiar as he appeared to be very confused and lost once again.


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