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Biden’s Time Warp: Gaffes Away on Abortion Stance

President Joe Biden experienced another embarrassing gaffe during his joint press conference with the prime minister of Japan. This time, the commander-in-chief stumbled over his words when asked about the Arizona state supreme court’s decision to uphold an 1864 abortion law. The question from a reporter prompted a less-than-articulate response from Biden, as he awkwardly declared, “Elect me. I’m in the 20, 20th century — 21st century. Not back then. They [Arizona] weren’t even a state.”

Oh, Joe, Joe, Joe. It’s no surprise that Biden’s fancy footwork around this question led to more than a few raised eyebrows. Let’s not forget that Arizona became a state in 1912, not during the “19th-century” Civil War era that the president stumbled over. And just in case there’s any confusion, the 21st century officially kicked off on January 1, 2001. Looks like old Joe might need to brush up on his history!

Moreover, this blunder brings to light Biden’s intense focus on abortion access as he sets his sights on a potential second term. It’s clear that this president is committed to pandering to the extreme pro-choice lobby, but many Americans are left scratching their heads at his priorities. Instead of addressing the pressing issues of immigration and the economy – matters that former President Donald Trump recognized as crucial – Biden continues to go all in on the abortion card, despite his inability to properly articulate his stance.

For Biden, the struggle to keep up with the times appears to be all too real. Whether it’s stumbling over basic historical facts or struggling to stay on message, the president seems to be swimming against the tide. And with each flub, he risks alienating even more Americans who are already skeptical of his leadership. As the saying goes, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks,” and for Biden, it looks like he’ll need a whole lot of coaching to get up to speed in the 21st century!

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