President Joe Biden's party managed to avoid a midterm shellacking on Tuesday, which means he's even more likely to run for reelection unopposed in 2024.
That's bad news for the country, but great news for fans of Biden's "senior moments." This week, for example, the sludge-brained commander in chief touted his efforts to "quote: help turbocharge" the "clean enerny" economy, and slammed critics who accused him of being "apalapakehpakapakacapa."
Biden, who turns 80 on Nov. 20, struggled to remember basic things like whether he is president of the United States or still serving in the U.S. Senate. He once again conflated the war in Ukraine and war in Iraq and nearly suffered a fall while giving a speech in New York.
"Whoops! Stepping on a … there's a … it's black!" he said inscrutably. (Context: Falls are the leading cause of injury-related death among adults age 65 and older.)