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Joe Biden tells the South Carolina crowd that he is running for SENATE as the fear of his health grows

Democratic leadership candidate Joe Biden left the voters bewildered yesterday when he told them he was running for the Senate.

The former vice president, 77, raised new concerns about his mental capacity when he spoke to a crowd in South Carolina and seemed to forget which campaign he was running.

He said: “My name is Joe Biden and I am a democratic candidate for the United States Senate. Look at me, if you like what you see, help, vote for the other Biden. “

A clip of his last blunder was posted on Twitter by activist Shaun King, who wrote, “This is so sad.”

He added, “I really wish he had retired and not submitted to the hardships of this campaign.”

Joe Biden left the voters bewildered yesterday when he said he was running to the Senate and if they were not allowed to him, they had to “vote for the other Biden.”

Joe Biden made a series of blunders during the campaign for democratic leadership

Joe Biden made a series of blunders during the campaign for democratic leadership

Joe Biden made a series of blunders during the campaign for democratic leadership

Other twitterers agreed with one statement: “His cognitive decline has been seen during this campaign. It is pathetic.’

Another said: “Biden’s brain is complete pudding at this point. He is hardly coherent half the time. “

It is the latest in a series of Biden blunders in recent months.

Last week, Biden erroneously described his late son Beau Biden as a former United States Attorney General at a town hall, while in fact he was Delaware Attorney General.

President Donald Trump swept on Twitter to Biden on Saturday: “In all honesty, Biden has no idea what he says or where he usually is.

“When will someone close to him finally say that enough is enough?” It is no longer correct. “

Earlier this month, he referred to states that had already voted and said, “It’s important that Iowa and Nevada have spoken,” while he should have said Iowa and New Hampshire.

While campaigning in Iowa in September, Biden posted the murders of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy in 1968.

He also changed the timeline around the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida in February 2018, and said he was in office when he had already left the White House.

And in the second presidential debate, he told the viewers a number, but forgot to tell them that they were supposed to send a text to it.

In September he was also called up to get many details wrong when awarding a Navy war hero the Silver Star. He got the rank of the soldier and the military branch wrong, along with the type of medal, the location and the time frame of the crucial moment and the act of courage he was worth.

Joe Biden, right, with his deceased son Beau, whom he erroneously said was the US Attorney General

Joe Biden, right, with his deceased son Beau, whom he erroneously said was the US Attorney General

Joe Biden, right, with his deceased son Beau, whom he erroneously said was the US Attorney General

Donald Trump slammed Biden's blunder over his son on Twitter and claimed 'enough is' enough'

Donald Trump slammed Biden's blunder over his son on Twitter and claimed 'enough is' enough'

Donald Trump slammed Biden’s blunder over his son on Twitter and claimed ‘enough is’ enough’

Some have suggested that his stuttering in his youth may be due to his tendency to confuse his words.

But Biden said, “I’ve always attributed that to being tired and not to stuttering.”

In December, Biden made a blunder on his “No Malarkey” bus tour through Iowa when he called a Marine Corps veteran “bold.”

Merle Gorman, 83, questioned him about his involvement in Ukraine and accused him of “selling access to the president” to which Biden called him a “damned liar” and said, “That is not true and nobody has ever said that.” Nobody has proven that, “said Biden. But look, fat, here’s the deal. ”

Last August, Biden again suffered a campaign blunder in Iowa, in which a group of Asian and Spanish voters said that “poor children are just as smart and as talented as white children.”

The former vice president quickly realized his mistake and added rich children. Black children. Asian children. “

And at the Iowa State Fair, he mutilated a sentence from his standard campaign speech and said, “We choose truth over facts,” while he meant “we choose truth over fiction.”

He also referred to himself as “President of the United States” during the event while answering a question from DailyMail.com about arms control.

Trump has repeatedly beaten the former vice president at his age and called him “Sleepy Joe.” – Joe Biden does not play with a full game.

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