Joe Biden: “Sometimes I Wake Up and I Think It’s 1920 and Not 2020” (VIDEO)
77-year-old Joe Biden on Wednesday told a South Carolina crowd that sometimes he wakes up thinking it’s 1920.
Biden is currently stumping in South Carolina in a desperate bid to win the state’s primary which is just three days away.
The South Carolina Democrat primary will take place this Saturday and Biden is in a tight race with Crazy Bernie according to a recent poll.
Biden’s mental faculties are noticeably declining and he raised eyebrows again on Wednesday after he told a crowd he wakes up feeling like he’s in another century.
This is not the best strategy in light of his recent gaffes and poor debate performances.
“Sometimes I wake up and I think it’s 1920 and not 2020 — no, I mean it,” Biden said in an attempt to attack President Trump.
Joe Biden: "Sometimes I wake up and I think it's 1920 and not 2020." pic.twitter.com/zKz7awXIdA
— The Hill (@thehill) February 26, 2020
Biden also told a South Carolina crowd on Monday night that he’s the ‘Democratic candidate for the United States Senate.’
“I have a simple proposition here. I’m here to ask you for your help. Where I come from you don’t get far unless you ask,” said Biden.
“My name is Joe Biden. I’m a Democratic candidate for the United States Senate. Look me over. [slurs words]..if you don’t like me, you can vote for the other Biden — give me a look though, okay?”
Ronny Jackson, a former White House physician who treated George W. Bush and Barack Obama sounded the alarm on Joe Biden after his latest gaffe and questioned his acuity.
— Ronny Jackson (@RonnyJackson4TX) February 25, 2020