Biden Bumbles His Way Through Another UN Speech

Joe Biden delivered his annual speech before the United Nations General Assembly in New York City Tuesday morning as leaders from at least 145 countries looked on.

During his remarks, Biden advocated for action on “climate change,” increased aid to Ukraine, and “democracy,” but at times, struggled to convey the regime’s message clearly, misreading the teleprompter,  slurring his words, and gibbering incoherently.

After talking about how the United Nations needed to help people everywhere, for instance, Biden spoke haltingly about “21st century results” in a phrase that made little sense.

“Simply put, the 21st century [pause] the 21st century results [pause] are badly needed, needed to move us along,” he said. “That starts with the United Nations.”

Although he was reading from a teleprompter, it was at times impossible to make out what he was trying to say.

“[Unintelligible] institutions and [unintelligible] create a new partnerships,” Biden said, before adding: “Let me be clear. Certain principles in an international system are sacrosanct.”


Biden also read the teleprompter incorrectly while talking about the so-called “climate crisis,” resulting in him stating that his regime treated the “crisis” as an “existential threat” for only one day.

“For one day, for one day my administration, the United States, has treated this crisis as an existential threat from the moment we took office—not only for us, but for all humanity,” he said. The teleprompter likely read, “from day one.”

In another unfortunate blunder, Biden said he wanted to work with China on “accelerating the climate crisis,” before correcting himself to say “deaccelerate the climate crisis.”

Biden again blamed the  so-called “climate crisis” for negative summer weather-related events like wildfires, droughts, and floods.

Biden also said he has asked Congress for additional funds to increase the corrupt World Bank’s financing by $25 billion.

Biden endeavored to close his speech on an inspirational note, but fumbled his words, saying “preserve” rather than “persevere.”

“We’re going to be judged by whether we live up to the promises we made to ourselves, to each other, to the most vulnerable, and all those who inherit the world,” Biden said. “The road ahead is long and difficult but if we preserve—persevere and prevail—if we keep the FAITH in ourselves, we show what(sic) possible.”


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About Debra Heine

Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit. She has written for several conservative news websites over the years, including Breitbart and PJ Media.