Biden Tries To Recite A Poem & Well…Just WATCH

On March 21, 2023, Biden made a couple of public appearances, and it didn’t go well.

During his first appearance, he designated two areas to become national monuments. Using the antiquities act, President Biden will turn Nevada’s Avi Kwa Ame and Tecas’s Castner Range national sanctuaries.

However, when he made the announcement, he couldn’t pronounce the words.

“First, I’m proud to use my authority under the Antiquities Act to establish the — and I — I want you to know it’s a big deal — the — (laughter) — Havina Kwa’ May [Avi Kwa’ Ame] — I — I’m having trouble —,” the President uttered.

A member in the audience yelled, “Kwa’ Ame.”

“Thank you,” replied the President.

Audience members then continued to cheer on the President.

“I got it.  (Laughter and applause.)  I just know it as “Spirit Mountain” — (applause) — in Nevada,” Biden said.

Believe it or not, it was all downhill from there.

Biden tried to recite a poem.

“An engineer, poet, Cuban American, Richard Blanco returned to a poem he wrote from the Second Inaugural of Barack and me, a poem, “One Today.”  It says:  “And always one moon like a silent drum tapping [at] every rooftop and every window” on every — in — of every county — country.  Excu- — let me start this over again. I’m getting so intimidated by being here,” Biden said as the audience laughed.

And always one moon like a silent drum tapping on every rooftop and every window, of one country” — county — county — “all of us facing the stars; hope—a new constellation waiting for us to map it, waiting for us to name it—together,” Joe said finally finishing.

Then there was this bit of gibberish.


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