Biden’s Confusing Rant About Old Guy from Delaware and Guns


Joe Biden recently gave a speech at the Carpenters International Training Center in Las Vegas.

I don’t know why his handlers allow him to give such speeches, given that he struggles so much with them. But it didn’t go well. He shared stories like the one about Amtrak conductor Angelo Neri, which has been repeatedly debunked, and had some other brilliant things to say.

“Over a billion three hundred million trillion three hundred million dollars!” Biden shouted. I’m not sure what number that was supposed to be, but I await with rapt curiosity what the White House transcript for the event has to say on the subject. Let’s see if they’re honest about that episode.

If that wasn’t enough, and it was – it got worse. You’re right if you think that Biden will make a bad situation worse whenever he talks about guns. On Friday, he seemed to have no idea what he was talking about. His brain broke mid-sentence, and he had no idea what was being said.

Why in God’s Name do people not lock up their guns, is this not a requirement? Biden yelled angrily, ranting.

“We need to ban assault weapons.”

What is he saying? I don’t think he even knows. This is the man with the nuclear codes. That’s a scary thought. Who would vote for a man who is barely coherent most of the time? Even though he may not know what he is saying, he still wants to take away your rights and ban guns.

Biden wants guns to be demonized. Americans have always owned guns. The problem is not the guns but the people who use them. Ironic that he wants to spend billions on sending guns and weapons to Ukraine for their defense, yet he appears to want to take away guns from American citizens.

The explosion of crimes, such as gun crime, is due to a failure to hold criminals accountable, not prosecuting them, and defunding police. Biden won’t admit it because it would prove how bad Democratic policies have been in many blue states.

Biden lost his thoughts here as well, and again in the middle of a sentence.

This statement, that he did not earn more than $400, was just like so many other things Biden says. It’s simply untrue. According to the article, he earned $11.1 million last year.

There was also this long-winded attempt to appease the carpenters present, in which he said that the first unions to support him had been carpenters. He claimed it had to do with an old crotchety man named “McCullough.” He does not explain who this man was. It’s not very logical. What are the chances that this person is genuine? The probability is not very high. This story sounds like a pandering Angelo Negri tale.

“McCullough said to me, ‘I am going to endorse you, Biden. Because you understand what we are doing. But, damn boy, I am not sure I am doing the right thing.”

Um, McCullough?

It was not the right thing.