Hannity: Biden's repeated slips show that the former vice president is clearly incapable of leading America

Hannity: Biden's repeated slips show that the former vice president is clearly incapable of leading America
On Monday, Sean Hannity said that repeated mistakes made by Democratic candidate Joe Biden during the campaign compound the case against his eligibility to become president.

While heading to the campaign event in Ohio, Biden received questions from reporters, including one that asked whether Judge Amy Cooney Barrett's faith should be "taken into account" in her affirmation before the Supreme Court. Biden rejected the idea, but did not express himself as clearly as he could.

Biden said, apparently referring to former Massachusetts Gov. and current Senator from Utah Mitt Romney, "You may remember, I got in trouble when we were competing with the Mormon senator, the governor, okay?" Nobody's faith should be questioned. .

Later in the day, Biden told his fans in a sporadic speech in Toledo that he was "running as a proud Democrat for the Senate."

Maybe someone on the cast would want to remind Joe, who doesn't always forget he's running for president, said the "Hannity" host. He constantly forgets the day of the week and forgets which office he is running for. He is running for the presidency, not for the Senate. "

Hannity then played other passages from Biden's recent missteps, including a reference to "Big Thursday - Tuesday" - a partial quote to the Declaration of Independence where "We take these self-evident facts that all men and women are created - - by ... you know, the thing. ".

Biden also claimed, as the host said, that poor children "are as adept and talented as white children."

"This is very dangerous, by the way, this is more than an accidental pregnancy slip, and I am more than concerned that this man could represent a clear and present danger to this country," Hannity said.

He is clearly unable to drive. He was hiding the entire campaign and a corrupt mass media covering him. Joe wants to be president of the United States of America - that's going to be the toughest job in the world - and sometimes Joe doesn't seem to remember running for president, what state he's in, and what day of the week he is.

"Does anyone really think that if elected, Joe Biden would in fact be in control of anything?"

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