Train Wreck: Jimmy Kimmel cuts to commercial after senile Biden trails off in nonsensical ramble
By News Editors // Jun 14, 2022

Joe Biden’s appearance on ABC/Disney’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday night went as bad as it could go, with his cognitive decline on full display.


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Biden emerged from backstage wearing a mask and as usual was confused about where to go, then he inexplicably removed the mask when he stood mere inches from Kimmel’s face.

Towards the end of the interview, his first in nearly 120 days, Biden clearly lost steam when he began rambling about media reporters having “to get clicks on nightly news.”

The segment was such an obvious train wreck, Kimmel decided to throw to commercial as the senile commander-in-chief failed to string together a coherent sentence.

“So, instead of asking a question – anyway, everything gets sensationalized in ways that – but, I am convinced we can get through this. We have to get through it. And one of the things – look,” Biden mumbled, looking more like an assisted living patient than the leader of the free world.

“I’m going to take a break, then we’ll talk a little more,” Kimmel said, rescuing Biden.

Biden also claimed a “mini-revolution” could ensue if the Supreme Court decides to overturn Roe v. Wade federal abortion protections.

“I don’t think the country will stand for it,” he said. “If in fact the decision comes down the way it does, and these states impose the limitations they’re talking about, it’s going to cause a mini-revolution and they’re going to vote these folks out of office.”

The incendiary language came the same day an armed man who wanted to murder Brett Kavanaugh was arrested outside the SCOTUS justice’s home, and it comes in the wake of several left-wing attacks on pro-life centers and churches.

On gun control, Kimmel asked Biden why he doesn’t just pass Executive Orders like Trump would have done; however, it was pointed out online Biden’s actually passed more Executive Orders than Trump.

He also rambled on about biracial TV ads, which he credited for giving him optimism on the nation’s future.

Elsewhere during the nearly 25-minute interview, Biden delivered a series of terrible jokes, one of which concerned throwing his political opponents in jail.

The joke was made mere hours before the FBI arrested Michigan GOP gubernatorial candidate Ryan Kelly Thursday on charges related to Jan. 6th.

He also made a nonsensical joke about Trump when Kimmel asked which toilet in the White House is best for flushing confidential documents.

Biden also laid the gaslighting on thick when he claimed the United States has the “fastest growing economy in the world, in the world, in the world,” which the RNC called out as a blatant lie as the economy in fact shrank last quarter:

It was also pointed out on social media that a tweet by Kimmel featuring Biden failed to generate a decent amount of likes, despite the Democrat president supposedly getting 81 million votes in the 2020 election.

Indeed, the appearance was such a dumpster fire, many are questioning why it was agreed to in the first place as Biden’s approval rating is already in the gutter, but maybe staffers are hoping it’s so low it can go nowhere else but up.

Watch the full interview below:

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