Ryan E.
January 8, 2023

Biden Remembers What Happened On "July 6"

Joe Biden was supposed to be honoring individuals with the Presidential Citizens Medal for their bravery on January 6, 2021. Instead, he made a mockery of the whole ceremony:

by referring to the day as "July 6."

I get it, sometimes people make speaking mistakes, but BOY was this a doozy.

For all of the talking points Joe Biden has utilized January 6 for, you'd think that he would be more well-rehearsed in what actually happened by now.

"You held the line that day and what was on the line was our democracy," Biden claimed. "History will remember your names and remember your courage. But remember your bravery. Remember your extraordinary commitments to your fellow Americans. It's not hyperbole. That's a fact. That's a fact."

Sure, history will remember their names, but old Joe can't even remember what day he's talking about.

"It's not exaggeration to say America owes you, owes you all. I really mean this. A debt, a debt of gratitude, one we can never fully repay unless we live up to what you did live up to. If I can halt for a second and just say to you the impact what happened on July 6 had international repercussions beyond what I think any of you can fully understand."

Maybe Biden made a mistake because he had gone off-script at that moment, unless cheap shots presumably toward Trump was were written on his teleprompter.

"Our democracy was attacked," Biden said about "July 6."

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