Biden rambles about “great negro” Satchel Paige in latest bizarre gaffe
11/22/2021 / By Ethan Huff / Comments
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Biden rambles about “great negro” Satchel Paige in latest bizarre gaffe

In his recent Veterans Day address at Arlington National Cemetery, fake “president” Joe Biden used racist language to tell a bizarre story about Major League Baseball in the late 1940s.

As he always does, Biden rambled incoherently with that iconic confused look on his face while telling an anecdote about “the great negro” Satchel Paige.

Biden was supposed to have honored former U.S. Ambassador to Hungary Donald Blinken, an Army veteran and father of Secretary of State Antony Blinken. Instead, Biden trailed off on a tangent about the so-called “Negro leagues” before talking about Paige, whom he referred to as “the great negro at the time.”

“I’ve adopted the attitude of the great negro at the time, pitcher of the Negro leagues, who went on to become a great pitcher in the pros – in Major League Baseball – after Jackie Robinson. His name was Satchel Paige,” Biden stated, his sign language translator looking confused.

“And Satchel Paige on his 47th birthday pitched a win against Chicago,” Biden continued, failing to explain the relevance of the story to his purpose for being there in the first place.

“And all the press went in and said, ‘Satch is amazing. Forty-seven years old. No one’s ever, ever pitched a win at age 47. How do you feel about being 47?’ He said, ‘Boys, that’s not how I look at it.’ And they said, ‘How do you look at it, Satch?’ And he said, ‘I look at it this way: How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you were?'”


Biden also used the “N” word back in February while stumbling over the word “eager,” claims “fact checker”

Biden, who is currently 78 years old and clearly suffering from dementia, went on to suggest that he is only 50 years old. Biden also referred to Antony Blinken, who is 95 years old, as a 47-year-old.

As this was all happening, one of Biden’s handlers, a masked man seated in a chair behind him, looked about as confused and embarrassed as a person can get behind a face covering.

Immediately following the incident, the mainstream media came to Biden’s rescue, as usual. The “fact checkers” tried to claim that Biden was not being racist by repeatedly using the word “negro” to describe black athletes.

Politifact, for instance, suggested that anyone who thought twice about Biden’s weird comments took them out of “context,” since negro is apparently a normal word for describing black people.

“Biden, who sometimes stutters, has had his share of verbal stumbles, some of which have been misconstrued or distorted,” wrote Tom Kertscher in defense of Biden.

Kertscher went on to provide a “fact check” from back in February in which Biden said the “N” word while supposedly stumbling over the word “eager.”

“Biden was in the process of describing Paige as a great Negro Leagues pitcher, but stumbled with his words and initially stopped at the word ‘Negro,'” Kertscher claims about this most recent gaffe, claiming to somehow know Biden’s intentions with the bizarre story.

Most commenters at Fox News are not buying this explanation. The vast majority of them mocked the fake president for once again making a mockery of the office with his continued illegitimacy.

“I feel like Brandon would be an excellent character on ‘The Simpsons,'” wrote one of them jokingly.

“Winter is coming and so are energy and food shortages if you can even afford heat and food,” wrote another. “Be a proud member of the LGBFJB community today and join the ‘Let’s go Brandon’ movement!”

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