Joe Biden Gives Condolences for ‘Houston’ and ‘Michigan’ After Shootings in El Paso, Ohio

Please, for the good of the country, put this man in a home.

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by Joshua Caplan

Former Vice President Joe Biden suffered yet another gaffe Sunday evening, mistakenly referring to Houston and Michigan as the sites of two mass shootings over the weekend.

Speaking at a fundraiser in San Deigo, California, Biden gave remarks on “the tragic events in Houston today and also in Michigan the day before.” Only later did the 76-year-old correct his comments to El Paso and Ohio, according to a press pool report.

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1 Response to Joe Biden Gives Condolences for ‘Houston’ and ‘Michigan’ After Shootings in El Paso, Ohio

  1. Joe Z says:

    Old “Lunch-pail” Joe needs to change his nickname to “Dementia” Joe. I would have used “Brain-dead” Joe but AOC already has that nickname locked up.

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