Joe Biden Twice Confused Iraq With Iran, NO JOKE!


On Tuesday, former vice president and 2020 presidential hopeful, with an exploding eye and a jaw that keeps falling out of his face, Joe Biden, confused Iraq with Iran twice while on the campaign trail.  NO JOKE!

“Iran’s parliament voted to eject all Americans and coalition forces from the country,” Biden said at a rally in New York. He screwed up again when he said Trump threatened to get the United States into war with Iraq.

“I said not long ago that as the walls close in on this president, I worried that he was going to get us in war with Iraq.”

Well, at least both country names begin with the letter I.  He had a 50-50 shot.  NO JOKE!

Iraq’s parliament voted on, and passed a resolution calling for the removal of US troops from the country in the aftermath of the drone strike that killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani, the top terrorist who runs Iran’s terror military body known as the Quds force.

Joe claimed Iran passed the resolution.


Biden condemned Trump’s decision to eliminate Soleimani as “a huge escalatory move in an already dangerous region.” This was a reversal from a 1996 interview, in which Biden described a bombing by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps as an “act of war” and said the United States “could take whatever action it deems appropriate” to retaliate.

It’s been amazing to me how mainstream media has always touted Joe Biden as some guru on foreign policy.  As far as I can tell he has’t been right about anything yet.  As far as Iraq goes, Biden, like all the other Democrats who were threatened with primaries by back when organization was a powerful influencer in politics, he lied and said the only reason he voted to go to war in Iraq was because George W Bush lied and led him astray even though his record, well documented in speeches on the Senate floor, congressional hearings, and press interviews from 2001 through his time in the White House, is that of a senator bullish about the push to war who helped sell the Bush administration’s pitch to the American public, and of a vice president who left an unmistakable imprint on President Barack Obama’s backing of a dictator in Iraq.

This isn’t the first time Biden has mixed up locations while out on the stump.  He once said he was in Ohio while campaigning in Iowa, and once he said he was in Iowa when, in fact, he was actually in New Hampshire.

Biden incorrectly claimed he was vice president during the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, an incident that happened in 2018. He defended the mistake by saying he was still called “vice president” at the time of the shooting.  Okay, so does he think that means he can still fly on Air Force II?

This is the frontrunner for the Democratic nomination?

Joe’s never been too bright, and God knows he’s never uttered a word that would force the average listener to go run for a dictionary, but this is different.  There’s something wrong with him, and except for a brief moment some months ago when we reported a story that broke about Biden’s top donors getting together to question if he was fit to be president, the mainstream media has actively worked to keep his campaign alive.  More than likely because a Biden fall would possibly harm Barack Obama, and my goodness, we can’t let that happen.


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