VIDEO: Biden Goes On Unhinged And Illogical Rant

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

On Thursday President Biden spoke at the Philly Shipyard in Philadelphia where he delivered another word salad that discussed “kitchen table” economics. In his speech, Biden stumbled over his words while he was speaking about his administration’s success in reducing inflation and unemployment.

The president addressed a crowd of union supporters referring to the successes of his economic policies. However, during his speech, he might have attempted to be a bit too energetic as he ended up stumbling over his words.

As he started saying, while the Wall Street guys were “good” they were not the ones who had built the middle class of the country. He then fumbled his words by saying that “The middle class was built by the middle class.” This was an attempt to say his often repeated line about how America was built by the middle class, and how unions are an integral block of the middle class.

The president continued his speech by stating that he was a “capitalist” but then quickly changed his tune after talking negatively about the “trickle-down” policies followed by Republican presidents.

Biden continued by arguing that while growing up he would often watch his father, but most of the benefits never trickled down to his kitchen table. The statements that Biden made next were incoherent as he said “To what everyone from Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal has become my change, my different philosophy, they, I don’t think they started off trying to be complementary because they started calling it ‘Bidenomics.’”

So far, the White House has not clarified what President Biden was attempting to say with these comments.