VIDEO: Biden's Earpiece Says 'Salute The Marines,' So He Says 'Salute The Marines' Out Loud, Doesn't Salute Them


Video footage taken on Wednesday went viral today as viewers noticed that when President Joe Biden was walking into the Capitol on inauguration day, he robotically stated aloud “Salute the Marines” instead of actually saluting them.

The awkward interaction appears to have been prompted by someone communicating with Biden via earpiece, which has become a staple of the 78-year-old Biden’s public appearances due to numerous gaffes and instances of erratic behavior.

Biden clearly needed to be reminded to salute the Marines, as he did not end up doing so, but experts have surmised that the newly elected President is so used to repeating words and phrases given to him through an earpiece that he took the command “Salute the Marines” as a line to recite.

The septuagenarian politician robotically recited, “Salute the Marines” as he walked past with his wife Jill. Neither saluted the military guard.

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With Biden’s declining mental faculties becoming a more serious issue by the day, the strategy of his advisers appears to center around delegating the party agenda to members of the Cabinet and Vice President Kamala Harris.

In one such example, the notoriously anti-gun Biden plans to appoint failed SCOTUS nominee and anti-Second Amendment zealot Merrick Garland to the highest law enforcement position in the country:

Democrat President Joe Biden appears to be doubling down on his commitment to trample on the Second Amendment, tapping Barack Obama’s failed Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland to be in charge of the Department of Justice during the Biden Regime. Garland has a decades-long track record of using his position in the judiciary to oppose Constitutional firearms rights.

While the attempt to force Garland into the U.S. Supreme Court during the 2016 election cycle was bungled by then-President Barack Obama and Congressional Democrats, a successful confirmation of the 68-year-old to the AG’s office could place him in an even more dangerous position for law-abiding gun owners.

Speculation continues to grow that Harris may play a much larger role in crafting policy than any other Vice Presidents in the modern era.

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