(ConservativePeak.com)- President Joe Biden has long been accused of being racist…but this clip is probably the most controversial mistake he’s ever made.
During a speech at the Virtual Munich Security Conference, the new president appeared to say the “N” word. It’s unclear what the president was trying to say, if that was not indeed what he intended to come out of his mouth, but he said it clearly enough that closed-captioning software even managed to pick it up too.
Can you imagine the outcry if President Donald Trump ever did this?
Fifteen minutes into his awkward teleprompter speech, Biden began slurring his words.
“I’m either to hear, I’m eager to hear,” he said.
No, that doesn’t make sense.
“’N’-word to hear, next from my good friends, and outstanding leaders, sander [sic] Merkel about her thoughts on the way forward together,” he added.
Don’t believe us? Check it out at the 15:33 mark in the video.
Naturally, the media immediately came to President Biden’s defense when online chatter started about the scandal.
The Sun newspaper speculated that it might have been the results of a “stutter.”
“He opened up about his lifetime struggle with the speech impediment after being slammed by President Donald Trump’s former press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders,” the outlet said about a claim made by then-candidate Biden in 2019.
@georgegalloway Don’t worry guys, Joe Biden saying the N word was just a mental typo
Imagine if Trump had this sort of misspeak
— owen carruthers (@owen_carruthers) February 23, 2021
The harsh reality, however, is that Joe Biden has repeatedly appeared to become confused during press conferences in recent years, and with increasing frequency. Many have speculated that it is a result of his cognitive health, given that he is almost 80 years old and the oldest American president in history.
Whether or not Biden said the “N” word isn’t really the story here.
The story is that the United States president appears incapable of finishing a speech without getting confused, misstating words, or making embarrassing mistakes.