Biden concludes gun control speech by saying, 'God save the queen, man'

 June 17, 2023

After gaffing through a speech about gun control in Connecticut, President Joe Biden ended his speech in the most bizarre possible way, leaving onlookers and mainstream media reporters puzzled beyond belief. 

According to the Washington Examiner, as he closed his speech, Biden skipped his usual line about protecting the troops and instead said, "God save the queen, man."

The gaffe happened Friday afternoon at the National Safer Communities Summit at the University of Hartford.

Social media erupted in the wake of the weird phrase.

"I have no idea"

The White House press pool was befuddled as to why Biden would conclude his speech with such a phrase. One USA Today reporter who said he'd been asked repeatedly what it might have meant, admitted he had zero clue.

As many pointed out, the queen is deceased, and the phrase had nothing to do with the "gun control" speech he gave at the summit.

Understandably, many pointed out that Biden's recent uptick in gaffes, which was already at a high count, is making it clear that he should not be in a position of such great power, as he can literally barely make it off a stage without significant assistance.

"Can we stop acting like we’re seeing this for the 1st time every time it happens," one Twitter user wrote.

White House spin

Biden's White House press handlers have earned their pay recently, as they're constantly forced to explain why the elderly, often-confused president says what he says and does what he does.

The White House issued a laughable excuse as to why he muttered the phrase about the queen.

It's not even political at this point. Biden's health is rapidly declining in front of the world's eyes, and the mainstream media -- most of it -- is still too scared to call him out on it. How bad does it have to get?

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