President Joe Biden launched into a bizarre impression of how he believes “MAGA Republicans” speak about immigration on Thursday, raising eyebrows among his critics.
“And think about it, even back in days when, um … ” Biden said said, trailing off for several seconds.
“It’s so easy to demagogue this issue,” he continued. “It’s so easy to demagogue it. And you hear, you know uh, a number of our friends – the MAGA Republicans – talking about uh, you know uh, ‘They don’t even want me speaking English anymore, They want me speaking duh duh duh!”
“‘They’re gonna take over my community,'” Biden continued. “My neigh – they, they, whoever they are at the time.”
Biden: "It's so easy to demagogue [immigration]. You hear the MAGA Republicans talking about, you know, 'they don't even want me speaking english anymore! They want me speaking duh duh duh! They're gonna take over my community!'" pic.twitter.com/OSCIZSfwRd
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) January 5, 2023
BIDEN: "The MAGA Republicans talking about, you know, they don't even want me speaking english anymore! They want me speaking duh duh duh! They're gonna take over my community!" pic.twitter.com/H0hqdCbn0i
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) January 5, 2023
Biden began yelling during prepared remarks in Kentucky on Wednesday, blaming the “recession” which “got so bad 2 years ago” on going “to sleep.”
“Think about why the recession got so bad 2 years ago,” Biden began in a calm tone. “Cars got so expensive, we didn’t have semiconductors, scores of them are in the engines of every automobile.”
Then, the president abruptly shouted, “We invented them!”
“And then we went to sleep!” Biden screamed. “We exported jobs, and now we’re exporting product, and creating jobs.”
Biden committed another trademark gaffe while delivering remarks in Arizona last month, bungling a phrase about “nanochips.”
“It will construct a second fab [sic] in Phoenix to build chips, three nanochips, three nanochip, chips that are three nano,” Biden stuttered. “Any – you know what I’m saying. Nano-nono, I don’t know.”
The 80-year-old President’s gaffe did not receive any attention from the corporate media, was widely noticed on social media.
In a joint address with French president Emmanuel Macron, Biden mangled the name of the Marquis de Lafayette, a French military officer and pivotal figure during the American Revolution in the 1770s.