It’s no secret that Joe Biden doesn’t speak as well as he used to.
While Democrats like to claim it’s a “stutter,” some of the things he says simply can’t be blamed on a stutter.
Today, for example, Biden claimed that we don’t call tornadoes “tornadoes” anymore.
Well, what do we call them now, Joe?
And to the Democrats who keep trying to cover-up Biden’s cognitive decline, are you really going to claim that this is because of his “stutter”?
Joe Biden said we don’t call tornadoes tornadoes anymore but last week at my daughters high school they announced that they were going to test the tornado sirens. Poor old fella is lost. pic.twitter.com/tc6D9zU5m4
— Kambree (@KamVTV) September 7, 2021
We now refer to a tornado as “Joe Biden.” https://t.co/Minwyx8IRR
— Kate Hyde (@KateHydeNY) September 7, 2021
Now Joe Biden really does not know what he is talking about. Tornado damage in the Cornfields of Nevada? So Biden what do they call Tornadoes now? Just Wind that is dangerous. @JohnnyParker012 https://t.co/2mrXqdOlX5
— Matthew Farrell (@mattwx13) September 7, 2021
Joe Biden visited New Jersey today to observe the damage from Ida . He didn’t get a warm welcome and blamed the tornado on climate change .I guess Dorothy didn’t get swept up by a tornado in Kansas after all
— Dan the Man (@GuidiceDaniel) September 7, 2021
Ask yourself what would happen if Donald Trump said that?
Don’t you think the media would be mocking him?
Isn’t it likely that late night comedians would skewer Trump over this blunder?
Don’t you think that leftists would be having a field day on social media?
Yet Biden is able to say something truly idiotic (and FALSE), yet no one seems to blink an eye!
Yahoo News confirms Biden’s strange claim:
President Joe Biden stumbled through parts of his Tuesday briefing on Hurricane Ida, leaving the definition of a tornado unclear.
Biden visited New York and New Jersey to observe the damage caused in recent days by Hurricane Ida. He discussed the impact of the storm, as well as other devastating weather incidents around the nation and how they relate to climate change.
“We’ve got to make sure that we don’t leave any community behind, and it’s all across the country,” Biden said at a press conference in New Jersey.
Biden began to describe damage from tornadoes to communities in the middle of the country.
“The members of Congress know, from their colleagues in Congress that, uh, you know, the, looks like a tornado, they don’t call them that anymore, that hit the crops and wetlands in the middle of the country, in Iowa and Nevada. It’s just across the board.”
He discussed how the administration could help build back communities following the damage from the hurricane.
“One of the things that today I’m going to ask you about … is about how we’re going to build back, and we’re going to build back realizing what the status of the climate is now, what the trajectory of it is going to be, and we can no longer, we all know, we can’t just build back to what it was before.”
Here’s a question for Joe.
Who is “they”?
Who doesn’t call tornadoes “tornadoes” anymore?
Is it the so-called “experts” that you surround yourself with?
If so, maybe that’s why your presidency is rapidly unraveling!
Joe Biden on tornadoes: "…they don't call them that anymore…" pic.twitter.com/HwkpYzv8bm
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) September 7, 2021
Since the term “tornado” isn’t used anymore, what does Joe Biden call them?
— Eric E. Dolecki (@eric_dolecki) September 7, 2021
This is yet the latest example of Biden’s well-documented cognitive decline.
Will the media finally begin telling the truth about Biden’s mental health?
As President Biden surveyed the damage done by the remnants of Hurricane Ida in New Jersey and New York on Tuesday, he received a briefing from New Jersey officials on the progress they’ve made and areas in which they need federal assistance.
In the course of this televised discussion, President Biden found himself talking about severe weather and meteorological nomenclature and it didn’t go well:
“It’s all across the country, you know, the members of Congress know from their colleagues in Congress that uh, you know, it looks like a tornado, they don’t call ’em that anymore, that hit the crops and wetlands in the middle of the country in Iowa and Nevada and I mean, it’s just across the board. And uh, you know um, as I said, we’re in this together.”
While it’s unclear exactly what the President was trying to say, it seems he is confusing a derecho that swept across the city of Nevada, Iowa in August of 2020 with not-tornado tornadoes that struck the states of Nevada and Iowa. Surely, the President knows that Nevada is not in the middle of the country, right?
In any case, to clear things up: Tornadoes are still tornadoes and Derechos are still Derechos. Nevada is not in the middle of the country, but Nevada, Iowa is.
Predictably, Biden’s gaffe drew a quick reaction from meteorologists and residents in the states Biden mentioned as reporters and members of Congress piled on.
This would be funny if it weren’t for the fact that Biden is sitting in the oval office.
He’s the man with his finger on the nuclear button.
And he can’t even understand basic weather terms…
I’ve lived in Nevada for 32 years and I just became aware that we are
A. in the middle of the country
B. have crops and wetlands
C. have tornadoes that wipe those out https://t.co/y2EkpGu7jP
— Fiscal Therapist (@BigLifeMark) September 7, 2021
In Indiana we still call them tornadoes… did I miss something? https://t.co/7kMF5onIZi
— Jim Banks (@RepJimBanks) September 7, 2021
What do they call them? Twisters? Vortexes? Wind tubes? https://t.co/9bXjRlPDqL
— Ashe Short (@AsheSchow) September 7, 2021
Tornados no longer exist. Biden stopped them forever.
— Matt Vespa (@mVespa1) September 7, 2021
Doing the weather is not as easy as it looks.
— Janice Dean (@JaniceDean) September 7, 2021