President Joe Biden’s week of mumbling through public appearances continued recently when he was at an event in Michigan.
Now, this time he was a little more coherent than a previous appearance in which he rattled off some names – even spelling one of them – and said “That’s how you beat COVID.”
This time, we presume Biden is talking about a time when people were apprehensive about burying large gasoline tanks underground for what would be gas stations. He’s trying to compare that to now and the apprehension people have about electric vehicles.
That interpretation, however, took some time. Because on the way to figuring that out, we actually had to listen to Biden’s incoherent rambling.
First, it started by trying to figure out what “jority stations” means.
Check out the video clip here:
Loosely translated, thankfully by a Twitter user, here’s how that came out in words:
“When you build a jority stations like when back in the day when my grand pop worked for the mericulan oil company back in the turn of the in the the 1920 in that area they went from state to state convincing people the they put allow them to put 20,000 gallons underground.”
By the end, we were able to piece together what he means but we’re still not sure what mericulan oil is and we have no way of confirming whether his grandpop worked there.