Ryan E.
November 6, 2022

Biden: "I Don't Think We're Not Going To Win"

Biden came up with another word salad recently. Even once you decipher it, it still doesn't make any sense.

"I don't think we're going to not win," Biden said about upcoming midterms.

People without dementia would have just said "I think we're going to win."

But Biden isn't a normal person. He's a confused, old man who just happened to "win" the 2020 election. (Depending on who you ask.)

"I feel really good about our chances," he told reporters recently.

Well then Joe, you're either delusional or stupid. Neither one gives the American people that much confidence in your ability to lead this country. You've already done enough damage to America with your maneuvers like appointing Kamala Harris border czar, resulting in practically open borders.

How about his premature evacuation in Afghanistan, leaving literal terrorists with millions of dollars of equipment and weapons?

Biden simply can't make good decisions. This recent comment is just more proof of that. It's proof because he can't even get the words out in a competent manner. Even once you realize he's predicting victory this November, that doesn't make him seem any more sane.

Everyone in America knows that Democrats are going to get CREAMED on November 8.

Apparently, everyone except Joe Biden.

"I don’t think we’re going to not win — keeping the House," Dirty Joe said. So I’m optimistic. Really."

"I know you don’t think it but I think we have pretty good crowds," he concluded. "Fairly enthusiastic. You don’t write it that way, but they are."

Maybe Joe Biden was still sleeping that morning when he said this? There's simply no other explanation. If he wasn't dreaming, he needs to be removed from office as soon as possible.

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