JOE’S A MESS: Biden Slings ‘Anti-Irish’ Words, Claims To Be Italian In Gaffe-Ridden Speech

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A befuddled President Biden casually maligned the Irish while botching his wife’s family history during a gaffe-filled appearance in Delaware on Friday, the NY Post reports.

“I may be Irish, but I’m not stupid,” Biden inexplicably said as he greeted 102-year-old World War II veteran Ray Firmani during a town hall on veterans’ benefits in New Castle, Del. “I married Dominic Giacoppa’s daughter,” Biden continued. “So, you know, I got a little Italian in me now, you know?”

The audience of military veterans and federal officials received the off-script comments in puzzled silence — but critics on Twitter took comic umbrage at the ethnic slur.

“Hate crime,” self-described Irish Catholic reporter Mary Margaret Olohan posted, with a video clip of the offending moment.


5 COMMENTS

  1. This man is an embarrassment. The DNC are evil for keeping in there and being made to suffer in front of the entire world. And then Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi both said that out of all the 80+ million democrats, only Joe Biden is capable of being President.

    • YOU are the embarrassment if you’re so masked up and can’t tell the difference between Obama’s VP and this fake president.

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