It’s like Biden said out of frustration back during the campaign season when he tried and failed miserably to recite a portion of the Declaration of Independence: “You know the thing!” Watch:
Joe Biden tries to quote the Declaration of Independence, failspic.twitter.com/ULzGB0XtQK
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) March 2, 2020
You also knew the thing when he referred to Super Tuesday as “Super Thursday.” Or when he confused D-Day with Pearl Harbor.
Or when he said this (transcript follows):
… cooperating to shape— to shape emerging technologies around our shared values system. This includes everything from strengthening our cybersecurity to deepening our cooperation to build out an open, secure G5 network. A 5G network, I should say. I’m talking about the G5, that’s another organization. I’m thinking organization, Mr. President. To secure the 5G networks.”
Americans will have to remain content to “know the thing” for as long as Joe Biden is permitted to stumble his way through a presidency he is conducting my rote or until the major networks grow weary of glossing over some of his more disturbing “senior moments.” (RELATED: Biden tells same joke Reagan told to cadets to rousing cheers in 1988. Biden gets crickets)