Biden Claims He Was Vice President During Pandemic in Latest Blunder

President Joe Biden’s latest blunder occurred on Sunday, when he announced that he was vice president during the pandemic and that former President Barack Obama sent him to Detroit, Michigan, to “help solve the pandemic.” He claimed to have sent it.

Biden’s untrue comments were made during a dinner for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in Detroit, The Daily Beast reported. report.

“And when I was vice president, things were kind of bad during the pandemic, and what happened was that Barack said to me, ‘Go to Detroit and help solve the problem!’ That’s what I said,” Biden told attendees.

Biden resigned as vice president in January 2017, more than three years before the coronavirus pandemic forced then-President Donald Trump to declare a national emergency in March 2020. That was it. Former Vice President Mike Pence was actually serving as vice president during the pandemic.

This gaffe was revealed in a new poll from Harvard University and Harris University. show More than three in five voters think Biden’s “public gaffes” are becoming more frequent.

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In a poll released Monday, 63% of voters, including nearly half of Democrats, said Mr. Biden’s “missteps” were happening more often. Nearly 8 in 10 Republicans and nearly 2 in 3 independents believe this to be true.

Conversely, 37% of respondents (55% of Democrats, 21% of Republicans, and 35% of independents) think Biden is making fewer gaffes.

The survey asked respondents: “Is it potentially dangerous for the country to elect a president who raises questions about his age, declining memory, and difficulty concentrating, or are those concerns politically exaggerated?” I asked.

Fifty-nine percent, including most Republicans and independents, said it was “dangerous,” while 41%, including most Democrats, said “concerns are politically exaggerated.”

The poll sampled 1,660 registered voters on May 15 and 16. The margin of error is ± 2 percentage points.