G. McConway
November 3, 2022

Biden Claims He ‘Spoke’ to Man Who ‘Invented’ Insulin

So, Joe Biden had another interesting mental gaffe this week when he was in Florida.

Biden told the room of supporters that he had spoken to the man that “invented” insulin.

There are two problems with that statement.

Small and Big

First, insulin was not invented; it was discovered.

Joe is no scientist, and we know he is not a completely functional human being, so we can let that slide.

The second point, however, is just too good to pass up.

Biden claimed that he spoke to the man that did discover insulin.

That is literally impossible unless Joe can speak to dead people.

Insulin was discovered in 1921 by Sir Frederick G Banting.

Banting died in 1942, long before Joe Biden was ever born.

Now, he could have met Charles H. Best, an assistant to Banting who was brought in as a research student.

Best died in 1978 and he appears to have spent his entire adult life in Canada.

This is also not something that Joe Biden had noted in any of his memoirs, either, so this would appear to be another made-up story.

I think we are going to have to get some clarification from Joe on precisely who he spoke to.

Source: Fox News

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