Biden Tells Crowd He Has ‘Cancer’ in Speech Marred by Multiple Flubs

Democrat President Joe Biden told a stunned crowd that he had cancer during a rambling speech in Massachusetts filled with flubs.

Biden was supposed to be announcing $2.3 billion in new funding to combat “global warming” during his address.

However, his message was lost after he appeared to go off-script with gaffe-filled comments.


Fox News reporter Jacqui Heinrich listed the gaffes from Biden’s speech:

1) Struggled to pronounce MA Rep. Jake Auchincloss’ name then asked ‘where is she?’ – (Auchincloss is a man).

2) Said Glasgow, Scotland is in England.

3) ‘That’s why I and so damn many other people I grew up with have cancer’ – ??

The White House rushed in and tried to clean up Biden’s mess but fell flat.

Heinrich said:

“Update: WH official tells me POTUS was referring to past removal of skin cancer in his remarks from Massachusetts.

“Biden mistakenly stated (present tense) that he has cancer.”

Although that excuse didn’t pan out.

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Biden claimed during his speech that pollution caused his cancer but his health record says he had skin cancer caused by sun exposure.

Heinrich said:

“Although… Biden’s 2021 health summary attributes past skin cancer to sun exposure: ‘President Biden did spend a good deal of time in the sun in his youth. He has had several localized, non-melanoma skin cancers removed with Mohs surgery before he started his presidency.’”

During the part of his speech where he remained on-script, Biden said:

“Climate change in an emergency, and in the coming weeks I’m going to use the power I have as president to turn these words into formal, official, government actions through the appropriate proclamations, executive orders, and regulatory power that a president possesses.”

“The announcement today is going to be about making the case that climate change is an emergency, outlining actions that we’re going to be moving forward over the coming weeks,” national climate adviser Gina McCarthy said.

“And the President will make very clear again, that this is an emergency and we are going to act.

“But the President is going to outline that at his pace.”

“The President has a number of authorities he can use and he’s going to work through those and make those announcements,” she added.

“You’ll see them rolling out over the next few weeks.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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