Joe Biden’s nonsensical gibberish is not helping his cause; Team Trump is happy to share!

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With the country largely shut down and campaigning for office grinding to a halt in response to the coronavirus outbreak, 2020 Democratic candidate Joe Biden has been trying to stay before the American people by taking advantage of opportunities to go on national television to discuss the crisis.

Unfortunately, those opportunities are not faring well for the 77-year-old former vice president, who is sheltering at his Willmington, Delaware, home.

With questions about his mental competence swirling in circles outside of the liberal media, which is busy looking the other way, Joe Biden isn’t doing himself any favors when he utters nonsensical gibberish when answering questions.

Election Day is seven months away, but the cabal that seeks to never let a crisis go to waste has been pushing the issue of late, and Biden was talking about voting during an appearance Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.”

He was referencing the 1918 influenza pandemic, aka the Spanish Flu, but flubbed the date.

As you can see though, that wasn’t Biden’s only problem: “We cannot let this, we’ve never allowed any crisis from the Civil War straight through to the pandemic of 17, all the way around — 16 — we’ve never, never let our democracy sakes second fiddle, way they, we can both have a democracy and elections, and at the same time correct the public health.”

The Trump campaign, not one to look a gift horse in the mouth, shared the video clip above.

The president’s eldest son and namesake, Donald Trump Jr., responded to the tweet to say: “Totally nothing wrong with this guy.”

There were other questionable moments Sunday, as seen in a tweet from Joe Concha, media reporter for The Hill.

ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos asked Biden if it was “wise” for Wisconsin to hold its primary this Tuesday, noting that Democratic opponent Sen. Bernie Sanders said it should be delayed.

Biden, who holds double-digit leads in most polling there, could not bring himself to agree.

“Well, look, I think they should follow the science, I — and, you know, what I’ve been hearing, I have been following it like you have, like everybody has, watching the court action, it’s still in court now,” he said, speaking of legal challenges. “And — but I think whatever — whatever the science says is what we should do.”

And then there was this:

And the clips go on and on, as the Trump campaign and the GOP are only too happy to share:

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