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Hilarious Cartoon Shows Joe Biden Losing His Marbles

Former Vice President Joe Biden is having a pretty hard time. Within the span of a few days, the aging Democrat dropped a number of bombshells that have made Americans of all stripes question his sanity.

We’re not even talking about his infamous “we choose truth over facts” bit, although that was a gem all on its own. Believe it or not, we’re not talking about his assertion that “poor kids are just as bright as white kids” mic drop either. This is the former VP trying to appear relatable and doing so in one of the strangest ways anyone has ever heard.

We should stress that the voice you’re about to hear in the short cartoon below isn’t an actor. These are the words of the former Vice President himself, talking about kids jumping in his lap and stroking his leg hairs or something. This is the kind of stuff that someone who has been caught on camera sniffing hair dozens of times should really learn to avoid, but we’re obviously past the point of no return with this man.

He also says something about roaches, and we’re not sure if he’s talking about the world’s most-hated bug or the street slang for marijuana — either would make just as much sense in this context.

So, here it is: a cartoon illustration set to the words of a man who thinks he can beat Donald Trump in 2020.


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