Joe Biden caught on a hot mic talking very differently than his prepared speech

 June 7, 2024

Joe and Jill Biden to arrived in Normandy on Thursday in order to mark the 80th anniversary of the liberation of Normandy.

In the course of his five-day visit to France, President Biden was present for the D-Day celebrations that are being held in Normandy and will also have the opportunity to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron.

On the international scene, Joe Biden was, as is normal, a cause of embarrassment for the community.

After boasting about his ability to kill Russians, he fell asleep and was subsequently taken away from the celebrations by Nurse Jill. He sat in a chair that was physically absent.

The Quiet Part Out Loud

During their stroll near the beaches, Joe Biden was overheard on a hot mic recounting the plan that his team had devised to remove him from the D-Day celebrations earlier than expected.

“My advance team said I gotta be the first one to leave because I hold people up,” Biden said.

During a speech that took place on Friday afternoon at this well-known peninsula overlooking the English Channel,  B iden paid tribute to the memories of the 225 United States Army rangers who ascended the 150-foot cliffs eight decades ago, as Politico reported.

There was a school of thought that held that the subtext was more political in nature, calling on the people of the United States to remember their sacrifices by embracing the principles of democracy and acknowledging the fragility of democracy.

More of Biden's Comments

“Democracy begins with each of us, begins when one person decides there’s something more important than themselves … when they decide the mission matters more than their life, when they decide that their country matters more than they do,” Biden said, just steps from the site’s granite memorial.

“That’s what the rangers at Pointe-du-Hoc did. That’s what they decided.”

He refrained from referring to Trump by name, Nor did he reference how the former president had skipped a wreath laying at the Aisne-Marne World War I cemetery outside Paris on his 2018 trip to France.

“We must also be the keepers of their mission, the keepers of their mission, the bearers of the flame of freedom that they kept burning bright,” Biden said Friday, speaking before an audience of around 150 people.

“To come here simply to remember the ghosts of Pointe-du-Hoc isn’t enough."

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