During a speech to the United Auto Workers, President Joe Biden made a joke after someone fell in the audience. With a chuckle, Biden said, “that wasn’t me” to lighten the mood. The event was organized by the UAW following their recent deal with the “Big Three” automakers. Biden paused his speech to check on the person who fell, asking if they were okay.
While the joke may have drawn laughter from the crowd, it highlights a concerning pattern of Biden’s frequent falls. Earlier this year, Biden had fallen multiple times, including during a graduation ceremony at the U.S. Air Force Academy. These incidents have raised concerns among Democrats about his ability to run for reelection in 2024, especially considering his upcoming 81st birthday.
President Joe Biden made a joke during a speech he was giving to the United Auto Workers when someone fell during his speech, saying "that wasn't me" with a chuckle.
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In addition to the fall, Biden also faced a heckler at the event who called for a ceasefire in the conflict between Israel and the Hamas terrorist group. The audience drowned out the woman’s protests and she was escorted away from the speech. This heckling incident once again demonstrates the challenges Biden faces in maintaining order and addressing controversial issues effectively.
Overall, Biden’s joke may have provided a brief moment of levity, but it also highlights ongoing concerns about his physical health and ability to navigate challenging situations. As the president, it is crucial that he maintains his strength and focus to effectively lead the country.