Joe Biden Talks About The Capitol Riot That Happened On ‘JULY 6TH’ (VIDEO)

Democrats are still obsessed with January 6th, but Biden can’t even get the date right.

During remarks this week, when he was talking about it, he referred to it as July 6th.

The man doesn’t even seem to know where he is sometimes.

FOX News reports:

Biden says wrong day at January 6 ceremony honoring officers, remembers ‘what happened on July 6’

President Biden honored law enforcement officers and election officials involved in the events surrounding the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot during a Friday ceremony.

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Biden honored the election officials and law enforcement officers with the Presidential Citizens Medal, saying that “history will remember” their names.

“You held the line that day and what was on the line was our democracy,” Biden said. “And history will remember your names and remember your courage. But remember your bravery. Remember your extraordinary commitments to your fellow Americans. It’s not hyperbole. That’s a fact. That’s a fact.”

Among those who received the Presidential Citizens Medal, which is given to people who have “performed exemplary deeds of service for their country or their fellow citizens,” is Jocelyn Benson, Secretary of State of Michigan; Rusty Bowers, Arizona Secretary of State during the 2020 election; Michael Fanone, who was a Metropolitan Police Department officer during the Jan. 6 attack and suffered injuries; Eugene Goodman, a Capitol Police Officer who diverted rioters away from senators; and Brian Sicknick; who U.S. Capitol Police say “passed away due to injuries sustained while on-duty” and “was injured while physically engaging with protesters.”…

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Biden also misspoke during the event, saying “July 6” instead of “January 6.”

“If I can halt for a second and just say to you the impact what happened on July 6 had international repercussions beyond what I think any of you can fully understand,” Biden said.

Here’s the video:

It’s just sad.


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