Watch: Notice What’s Different About Biden's Latest 'Gaffe'?

Watch: Notice What’s Different About Biden's Latest 'Gaffe'?

Joe Biden's presidential campaign for 2024 has brought to light numerous instances of his well-known verbal slips and missteps.

Over the recent months, Biden made headlines with statements like claiming his uncle was devoured by cannibals during World War II, necessitating a team around him to shield public view due to his stumbling, and struggling to recall key details such as his son's passing or his tenure as vice president in interviews with a special counsel.

During a campaign stop at Gateway Technical College in Racine, Wisconsin, Biden encountered yet another verbal stumble, raising doubts about his capacity to complete his term, let alone contemplate another four years in office.

In a clip shared by Forbes Breaking News, Biden initiated his speech with some anecdotes from his youth, stating, "look, before I get started, I want to set the record straight."

Continuing, Biden recounted, "I went to a Catholic High School in Delaware, taught by the Norbertine priests from St. Norbert’s College, you know, a little t — a little team called ‘Green Bay.'"

After a round of applause from the audience, Biden added, "Now, here’s the deal. We were the only high school in Delaware that overwhelmingly rooted for Green Bay — not a joke, I’ll tell you why. Every single Sunday — not only did they have great teams at the time, still do — but not only that, my theology professor at the Catholic school I went to — was a guy named Reilly, last name — and he had been drafted by the Green Bay Packers, and he decided to become a priest before that, so he didn’t go."

However, Biden's statement contained factual inaccuracies. Investigations by The New York Post revealed that Biden's professor was not drafted by the NFL. Public records from the NFL showed only one person with the last name Reilly had been drafted since 1936, a quarterback from the University of Colorado in 1947.

The White House's official transcript amended Biden's grammar to read, "my theology professor at the Catholic school I went to was a guy named Reilley, last name." Nonetheless, this amendment does not clarify the confusion in Biden's statement.

This incident adds to a pattern where the White House has corrected 148 different aspects of Biden's speeches, raising concerns about his mental acuity and ability to handle the presidency effectively.

As Biden pursues reelection, questions persist about his capacity to fulfill the demands of the presidency given his ongoing challenges with clarity and accuracy in speech.

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