Can Anybody Interpret What Biden Was Trying To Say? | Eastern North Carolina Now

    Publisher's Note: This post appears here courtesy of the The Daily Wire. The author of this post is Tim Meads.

    It has been a while since we've dissected something President Joe Biden uttered - in part because his mispronunciations and overall unintelligible speaking habits became so commonplace that it wasn't really news anymore when it happened.

    Nonetheless, on Tuesday Biden spewed something so incredulous it simply must be covered. While speaking in Virginia Beach about his plan for affordable healthcare, Biden turned to a group of doctors to apparently give some sort of compliment.

    "By the way, you docs who good ..." he said before completely derailing into nonsense. He then said, "You know why? Because you guys allow us to live. Nurses make us want to live." Here's the video:

    As the video shows, his latest flounder is right up there with that one word used to describe America that he told Chinese President Xi Jinping in the foothills of the Himalayas:

    Or on the campaign trail, when he said something about trudainternationaldepression or something:

    Now, if you watch various clips of Biden every day for nearly a year and a half as this author has done for his job, you become sort of a Biden interpreter.

    The running theory is that the president was trying to say, "You docs are so good because if there are any angels in heaven, they are all male and female nurses." The president has a penchant for saying the same line time and time again. Here he is in October of 2019 saying that same phrase:

    Shortly after Biden's remarks today, he also told the audience about a certain nurse named Pearl Wilson who would whisper sweet nothings hot and heavy into his ear. "Not a joke, man," as Biden is wont to say.

    "I had a nurse named Pearl Nelson," he said. "She'd come in and do things I don't think you learn in nursing school. She'd whisper in my ear, I couldn't understand, but she'd whisper and she'd lean down and actually breathe on me to make sure there was a human connection."

    All in all, it was a normal day for the supposedly "vigorous" and mentally fit commander-in-chief.

    The views expressed in this piece are the author's own and do not necessarily represent those of The Daily Wire.
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