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January 17, 2023

Biden Botches Name of Supreme Court Justice

President Joe Biden struggled to pronounce the name of Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson during a message at Martin Luther King Jr.'s historic Atlanta church on Sunday.

The latest gaffe led to strong criticisms across social media, ranging from mockery to calls of racism.

Biden also struggled with other basic facts during the message.

"I took on apartheid in South Africa and a whole lot else," Biden also claimed in the speech.

"In 2020, as Insider reports, Biden repeated a story for weeks that he was arrested in South Africa while trying to meet with Nelson Mandela. He later admitted the story was not true," the Post Millennial stated.

It's not the first time Biden has made such claims. In 2022, CNN addressed the faulty civil rights story the president has repeatedly made that was noted in his Sunday message.

"When President Joe Biden passingly said in a voting rights speech last week that he had been 'arrested' in the context of the civil rights movement – even suggesting this had happened more than once – it was a classic Biden false claim," the outlet reported.

CNN added that it was "an anecdote about his past for which there is no evidence, prompted by a decision to ad-lib rather than stick to a prepared text, resulting in easily avoidable questions about his honesty."

The concerns about Brown's first name did not seem to concern his audience, who responded with lengthy applause over his mention of one generation from segregation to the Supreme Court.

Instead, many Americans are more concerned about the president's overall cognitive ability as he continues to leave a series of gaffes and misquotes that have led to many questions about his leadership.

Source: The Post Millennial

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