Trump roasts Biden with hilarious blooper bonanza of Joe’s greatest gaffes: ‘Pssst… Jackie’s dead’

Former President Donald Trump brought down the house at his Minden, Nevada, “Save America” rally on Saturday with a brilliantly edited two-minute video highlighting some of Joe Biden’s most mortifying gaffes as his packed audience chanted “Joe’s Gotta Go!”

After commenting on Hunter Biden and the lack of real accountability regarding the first son’s alleged corrupt behavior, Trump said to the raucous crowd: “We had just a little, quick video made up. Would you like to see it?”

Rather than rumble, a booming voice urged attendees to “Let’s get ready to bumble!” as the clips rolled to the tune of “Get Ready for This” by 2 Unlimited for a howling audience.

Featured in the reel were such memorable POTUS moments as:

  • The people’s right to badakathcare
  • “I can’t believe I said that!”
  • Cornpop!
  • Easter Bunny assists
  • Trouble with stairs
  • Trouble with coats

And everybody’s favorite: “Where’s Jackie?”

Yes, for more than 120 side-splitting seconds, Minden and the world were treated to a feast of faux pas, falls, and… you know… “the thing.”

Were it not for the fact that Biden holds the nuclear football and keeps talking about Armageddon, it would be an instant classic.

“You could take the five worst presidents in American history and put them together, and they would not have done the damage Joe Biden has done to our nation in less than two short years,” Trump stated.

On Twitter, folks were happy to join in the fun, sharing memes and memories.

But, let’s be honest, since Biden took office, the only thing more shocking than his gaffes are the attempts by the White House and mainstream media to walk them back.

When Biden called out for Congresswoman Jackie Walorski after issuing a statement just weeks earlier that expressed his and Jill Biden’s sorrow over the news of her untimely death, White House Press Secretary Karine Jeane-Pierre tried to smooth it over with an explanation that sent the press room into a state of chaos.

“So the president was [at] … a very important event on food insecurity. The president was naming the congressional champions on this issue and was acknowledging her incredible work. He had already planned to welcome the congresswoman’s family to the White House on Friday. There will be a bill signing in her honor this coming Friday,” she told questioning members of the media.

“So, of course, she was on his mind,” she continued. “She was top of mind for the president. He looks — very much looks forward to discussing her remarkable legacy of public service with them when he sees her family this coming Friday.”

Following her feeble explanation, Tucker Carlson put the blunder into sharp focus.

“What is unusual is to have a completely senile president. And it’s a problem. For two reasons. One, he doesn’t seem threatening, so most of the population has no idea what’s actually going on — it looks like grandpa nodding out at the Thanksgiving table. So people don’t really get just how radical this administration is,” he said.

“And the second problem with having a senile president — we’re living through this now– is that weak leaders cause disasters. … It’s the weak who screw things up every single day,” he explained. “And Joe Biden is the weakest of all.”


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