President Joe Biden stayed up well past his bedtime this week to deliver a State of the Union address hailed by journalists and pundits as the best speech in the history of the English language.
We're not so sure.
America's first octogenarian president on Tuesday touted his record helping "vixums [sic] exposed to toxic burn pits," warned his GOP opponents not to "try anything to raise the cost of rsdvsaium [sic] jobs," and pledged to promote "hope over fear, unity over dxlkres [sic], [and] stavility [sic] over chaos."
Biden made some public appearances following the speech, during which he asserted that America has "a thousand trillionaires," and on several occasions appeared to experience what the scientific community might describe as a "brain fart."
This is the Democratic Party in 2023: a barely coherent 80-year-old president running for reelection, and at least two U.S. senators—89-year-old Dianne Feinstein (Calif.) and stroke victim John Fetterman (Pa.)—who are mentally incapacitated.
Have a great weekend!
THE BIDEN SENIOR MOMENT ARCHIVE: