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What Did He Just Say? Biden Rambles on About the Tobacco Industry and Prostitution During Anti-Gun Speech


Joe Biden announced on Monday that he will be taking new actions to fight against gun crime, including pushing more background checks, and trying to halt the manufacture of “ghost guns.”

At one point during his speech, the delivery of his anti-gun message went a bit off the rails though…

Here’s what Biden said randomly in the middle of his speech:

“Imagine had the tobacco industry been immune to prostitute being sued, come on.”

Say what?

The official White House transcript of Biden’s speech made a slight amendment to his statement, instead reading, “Imagine had the tobacco industry been immune to prost– to being sued. Come on.”

No wonder the United States is now being mocked worldwide.

Our friends at the Daily Wire attempted to make sense of Biden’s comments about the tobacco industry and prostitution:

On Monday, announcing actions to fight gun crime, President Biden spoke with typical eloquence, stating, “Imagine had the tobacco industry been immune to prostitute being sued, come on.”

In the face of Biden’s latest foray into public speaking, the White House transcript amended the statement to read, “Imagine had the tobacco industry been immune to prost- — to being sued. Come on.”

What did he just say?

Sky News Australia chimed in on Biden’s mental decline:

It is little wonder “cognitively impaired” US President Joe Biden has become the subject of mockery around the world following his latest gaffe involving the tobacco industry and the word “prostitute,” says Sky News host Rita Panahi.

Others on Twitter tried to decipher what the heck he was going on about:

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