Last Updated on December 9, 2021
At Capitol Rotunda service for the late Senator Bob Dole, Joe Biden muttered “end of message” during his tribute speech.
Joe Biden muttered “end of message” during his speech for the late Senator Bob Dole as he lied in state in the Capitol Rotunda.
Biden was quoting Dole when he said “‘our nation has certainly faced periods of division, but at the end of the day, we’ve always found ways to come together. We can find that unity again.’ And the message said end of message”
Joe Biden reads instruction off teleprompter:
"End of message." pic.twitter.com/9QO8tD0nWf
— The First (@TheFirstonTV) December 9, 2021
National File previously reported on December 5 that Dole, a former U.S. Senator representing the state of Kansas who once ran for President and served as the Senate Majority Leader, passed away at 98 years of age. He was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer earlier this year.
The latest gaffe by the elderly President comes after he recently said during a November jobs report press conference that his toddler grandson “likes to kiss his pop, and he’d been kissing my… anyway.”
NOW – Biden's voice does not sound like usual today. pic.twitter.com/x4iZ8UKg3X
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) December 3, 2021
Similarly to the gaffe at the Capitol Rotunda service today, Biden added “end of quote” during a speech in late November, leaving many questioning his cognitive abilities. “A lot of innovation, because of the actions we’ve taken things have begun to change, end of quote,” Biden said.
Biden had also told the NIH that unpopular regime medical adviser Anthony Fauci is the “President” the of United States, and noted that “I’ve seen more of Dr. Fauci than I have my wife, we kid each other.” Biden appeared to clarify that he was not joking, stating “But all kidding aside, I sincerely mean it,” National File previously reported.
“As any audience [unintelligible], I should be standing for you, not you standing for me, but thank you very much,” Biden told the audience of NIH employees. “Good afternoon. You know, in February I came out here to the National institute of Health and NI, and NIH, and our vaccine research center to thank all of you and the world class doctors, scientists, researchers for the incredible work you’ve done during the pandemic.”
“And developing vaccines, saving lives, giving us hope — also, continuing to give me advice on the developments, as they occur,” Biden continued. “I’ve seen more of Dr. Fauci than I have my wife. We kid each other. Look, who’s president? Fauci! But all kidding aside, I sincerely mean it.”
PRES. BIDEN: "I’ve seen more of Dr. Fauci than I have my wife…Who's President? Fauci! But all kidding aside, I sincerely mean it." pic.twitter.com/2fnXgH3kH2
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) December 2, 2021