Joe Biden is Mixing Up the Geography of His Home State

President Joe Biden is known for his gaffes, but they’ve certainly been increasing lately, and at an alarming rate. His mental faculties seem to be failing quickly, and it’s just not funny anymore. The president is often mixing up people, places, and years; he’s even spoken about dead foreign leaders. More recently, he mixed up the geography of his home state of Pennsylvania—and also Delaware, a state he represented in the Senate for decades.

On Sunday, Biden spoke at the Mount Airy Church of God in Christ located in Philadelphia. In expressing his appreciation for the city, he claimed it was one that helped get him elected, despite how Biden served as a senator from Delaware.

“Even when I was running for Senate, each time I ran, quite frankly, not a joke, Philadelphia, in particular, got me across the line,” the president claimed, using a line he’s prone to using often. He also stuck to his mixup of geography, though. “No, I’m not joking,” he continued. “No, I mean it, seriously, organizationally, and in terms of fundraising — the whole deal.”

Larry chimed in over X to remind Biden that Philadelphia is indeed not in Delaware. Others also pointed out how often and in what contexts we hear something is “not a joke” from the president.

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