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(Video: Fox News)
President Joe Biden just can’t get right.
“Fox News Primetime” host Tammy Bruce laid into President Joe Biden on Thursday’s broadcast for making yet another oafish blundering of words for which he is famous, but that mainstream media is noticeably silent about, the latter refraining from their usual barrage of verbal slings and arrows generally reserved for the tiniest misstep by any Republican.
Biden was giving the closing remarks at the virtual Summit for Democracy on Thursday and he called upon Americans to reaffirm their commitment to democracy.
“American democracy is an ongoing struggle to live up to our highest ideals and to heal our divisions; to recommit ourselves to the founding idea of our nation captured in our Declaration of Independence, not unlike many of your documents,” Biden said during his opening.
He then decided to make a little revision to that insignificant document called the Declaration of Independence.
“We say: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident.’ That all women and men are created equal, endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, among them life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness,” Biden said during his speech.
Tammy Bruce wasn’t having any of it.
“Alrighty, notice how he added ‘women and men are created equal,’ and not just men,” Bruce said. “It matters, right? that’s not what the founders wrote. Apparently the sacred words of our founders weren’t inclusive enough for sleepy Joe, so he corrected them.”
The pronouncement of America’s intention to break from the monarchy of Great Britain was ratified on July 4, 1776, amid the American Revolutionary War of 1775-1783. It reads:
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
And outdoing himself yet again, the president did his best to emulate the greatest of all anchormen, San Diego’s Ron Burgundy, arguably sullying a tribute to the recently deceased former senator, World War II hero and two-time Purple Heart recipient Bob Dole, when Biden read aloud everything that was written in his prepared remarks Thursday.
“Our nation has certainly faced periods of division. But at the end of the day, we have always found ways to come together. We can find that unity again.’
Biden continued, “And then the message said, end of message.”
And of course, to make sure politics is always front and center, during the ceremony the president had a particularly awkward interaction with Vice President Kamala Harris in what can only be described as an obvious snubbing, appearing at one point to ask First Lady Jill Biden to switch seats with him so he wouldn’t have to sit next to the embattled Harris, whose approval numbers are dangerously low with Biden’s only marginally better.
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