Biden Struggles with the Pledge of Allegiance, F’realz
Do you know the Pledge of Allegiance?
Sure. Everyone remembers it.
Every morning in school, you’d stand up, place your hand over your heart and recite words you still know by heart:
I pledge allegiance to the flag
of the United States of America.
And to the Republic for which it stands,
one nation, under God,
indivisible with liberty and justice for all.
Super simple. Just 31 words and 15 of them are 3 letters or less.
Now, few of us recite the Pledge on a daily basis after our school days are over. But one person who did and probably should is Joe Biden. As a politician and former Vice President with 47 years experience in government, Biden may have said the Pledge of Allegiance more than anyone alive today, with the exception of school teachers.
But you’d never know it based on his butchering of the Pledge of Allegiance at a recent campaign visit to Duluth, Minnesota.
Joe Biden and the Pledge of Allegiance … Sorta
On Sept. 18, Biden was speaking to practically no one at a socially distant campaign event. He gave some speech about nothing more than what he thinks of his opponent in November, often repeating lies and skewed facts to make his “point” if you can call it that.
And in the middle of the speech, he makes reference to the Pledge of Allegiance. Then he starts to recite it. Well, he starts to recite some form of it from his foggy memory.
Technically, Biden was trying to make a point that somehow President Trump doesn’t respect people who live in states with Democrat Governors.
He said, “I don’t pledge allegiance to red states of America or blue states of America. I pledge allegiance to the United States of America … one nation, indivisible, under God … f’real.”
Now, it’s not as if Biden were standing there facing the flag and actually reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. But he surely was trying to quote it. And we’re not sure how you quote things, but rarely do we start somewhere in the middle, jump to the end, and then come back to the middle and just end with a “f’real”.
At this same event on Sept. 18, Biden repeated an unsubstantiated claim that he thinks his supporters are “disgusting” people.
He said, “He calls his own supporters disgusting. One of the benefits of this pandemic is that he doesn’t have to shake their hands. He doesn’t have to shake their hands.”
The claim by this so-called former employee is easily debunked by looking at any media coverage of Trump prior to him becoming President. In every profile of Trump, he’s noted as going out of his way to shake hands of the so-called “little guy” who believe they’re connected to Trump, a billionaire, on some level.
Even as President, Trump has been photographed and caught on video tipping valets and other people in service industries.
During this same speech, Biden claims to be one of those little guys despite spending nearly a half-Century in the federal government, including 8 years as Vice President.
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