White House stabs Biden in the back with this telling report

Joe Biden’s list of allies is getting smaller every day. But he never thought to look for betrayal from within.

And now, the White House has stabbed Biden in the back with a this telling report.

In recent months, President Joe Biden’s speaking errors have become an alarming trend, raising serious questions about his cognitive fitness to lead the nation.

The White House’s own official transcripts suggest that Biden’s speaking errors have steadily worsened, with his rate of missteps doubling in the 12 months leading up to his disastrous debate performance in June 2024.

White House staff, responsible for preparing transcripts of Biden’s speeches and remarks, have increasingly had to correct his statements.

These corrections often involve crossing out erroneous words or inserting the words he should have said using brackets.

This editorial intervention was necessary a staggering 51 times in May 2024 alone. This figure marked one of the worst months of his presidency, both in terms of the number of corrections and the rate of errors per words spoken.

In June 2023, the White House corrected 33 errors, resulting in an error rate of 3.2 per 10,000 words. By May 2024, the 51 errors translated into a rate of 7.2 per 10,000 words, during a month in which Biden spoke approximately 70,000 words.

This escalating error rate culminated in a disastrous debate performance on June 27, where his cognitive difficulties became glaringly apparent to the world.

The most recent example of Biden’s speaking errors occurred in Madison, Wisconsin. Addressing concerns about his age and cognitive abilities, Biden stated, “They’re trying to push me out of this race. Well, let me say this as clearly as I can: I’m staying in the race. I’ll beat Donald Trump. I will beat him again in 2020.”

The White House transcript of this speech reads:

“They’re trying to push me out of this race. Well, let me say this as clearly as I can: I’m staying in the race. I’ll beat Donald Trump. I will beat him again in [2020] 2024.”

This type of mistake has become all too common. The transcripts, which cover nearly 400 official events, show a president who is increasingly unable to communicate effectively.

One of the most troubling aspects of Biden’s speaking errors is his consistent difficulty with numbers. Despite overseeing a multi-trillion-dollar budget, Biden routinely makes numerical errors that are off by orders of magnitude. This suggests a lack of basic awareness of key facts such as the size of the federal budget or the population of the country. Examples of these errors include:

“We cut the debt [deficit] by $1.7 trillion.”
“On January the 8th [6th].”
“Invest $200 million [billion].”
“440 [thousand] new jobs.”
“Another $2 thousand [$2 trillion] tax cut.”
“These 100 [1,000] billionaires.”
“800,000 in prem- — $8,000 [$800].”

These mistakes paint a picture of a president who blindly reads from a teleprompter, saying whatever words appear, even when they make no sense.

For instance, Biden has referred to America inventing something called “cheeps” and has made numerous other bizarre statements that leave the public and political commentators baffled.

Biden’s errors are not limited to numbers. He also demonstrates a warped sense of time and confusion about basic geographical facts.

At one point, he referred to pop star Taylor Swift as Britney Spears and sometimes does not seem to remember who is president. Some notable examples include:

“Hand on my little son [grandson] Hunter.”
“It’s been 65 years [days] since the deadliest day of the Jewish people since the Holocaust — 65 years [days].”
“Brian Schantz [Schatz], our senator.”
“Ice hockey; 1,000 [10,000] Lakes; and the Mall of America.”
“Mitterrand [Macron], from Germany — I mean, from France.”
“Secretary Julie Shu [Su].”
“The NAAC [NAACP] spirit endures.”
These errors are deeply concerning, especially given Biden’s role in overseeing geopolitical affairs and making critical decisions that affect the nation’s future.

This analysis, which focuses on errors acknowledged by the White House transcript preparers themselves, highlights the severity of Biden’s cognitive decline.

These documented errors reflect only a portion of his speaking mistakes, typically those involving severely nonsensical remarks while reading from a teleprompter. Despite some reporters claiming that the White House has downplayed Biden’s cognitive difficulties, the official documents speak for themselves.

From a conservative viewpoint, Biden’s growing rate of speaking errors is not just a series of unfortunate slips but a clear indication of his unsuitability for office. The Republican party has seized upon these errors as evidence of Biden’s cognitive decline, arguing that he is unfit to lead the country, especially in such challenging times.

House Republicans have highlighted these issues in various statements, emphasizing the need for transparency and accountability. They argue that Biden’s cognitive decline is a matter of national security and public trust. As the 2024 presidential race heats up, these speaking errors will likely play a significant role in campaign strategies and public discourse.

President Joe Biden’s escalating speaking errors, as documented by the White House’s own transcripts, present a troubling picture of a leader struggling with cognitive decline. These errors, ranging from numerical inaccuracies to bizarre statements, raise serious questions about his ability to fulfill the duties of the presidency.

As the nation heads into the 2024 election, these issues will undoubtedly be at the forefront of political debates and public concern.

The American people deserve a president who can communicate effectively, understand complex issues, and lead with confidence.

Stay tuned to Prudent Politics.

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