Biden Makes Pitch to Voters: ‘Elect Me – I’m in the 20th Century’

Democrat President Joe Biden has just publicly humiliated himself with yet another gaffe in front of a foreign leader.

Biden gave a press conference at the White House on Wednesday alongside Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.

During the event, Biden took questions from a carefully selected list of obedient reporters.

NBC’s Peter Alexander asked the president for his reaction to a recent ruling by the Arizona state Supreme Court.

The high court ruling outlawed abortion in nearly all circumstances.

In response, Biden made his pitch to Arizona voters, hoping to win them over ahead of the critical November presidential election.

“Elect me, I’m in the 20th century,” Biden declared.

“21st century, not back then,” Biden said quickly, correcting himself before lining up yet another flub.

“They weren’t even a state,” the president added.

However, Arizona was a U.S. state for most of the 20th century after achieving statehood on February 14, 1912.

After realizing his mistakes, Biden pulled the plug and walked off stage.

He then appeared to do his “ghost handshake” as he wandered from the lectern.

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Biden’s comments about being “from the 20th century” were widely mocked on social media.

Many quipped that Biden has “finally got something right.”

In a post on X, Steve Cortes, a former adviser to President Donald Trump, said:

“If this was your elderly parent or grandparent, you would pull them off the stage.

“Not allow them to run for reelection of the most powerful country on earth.”

The Arizona Supreme Court issued a ruling on Tuesday that reverts the state to a 160-year-old, pre-statehood law that outlaws abortion in nearly all circumstances.

The law would also make it a felony for anyone who “provides, supplies or administers to a pregnant woman, or procures such woman to take any medicine, drugs or substance, or uses or employs any instrument or other means whatever, with intent thereby to procure the miscarriage of such woman unless it is necessary to save her life.”

Breaking the law could carry a prison sentence of between 2 and 5 years.

The law, which was codified in 1913 after Arizona became a state, includes an exception in cases where the mother’s life is at risk.

“Biden is a man of the 20th century. Oh boy,” Conservative journalist Ian Miles Cheong wrote.

“Biden finally got something right. He said, ‘I’m in the 20th century,'” commentator and author Jim Rickards said.

Biden acknowledged he had a list of reporters to call on during the press conference.

“Who do I call on next? Hang on a second,” Biden said as a foreign leader looked on.

“I got my list here. Hang on. I apologize,” Biden added.

Trump adviser Jason Miller wrote, “A bridge to the 1900s.”

The Citizen Free Press posted the clip to X and said, “Biden is so gone.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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