Joe Biden Apologizes To Himself After Speech, Then Rubs Woman's Face

Every day, Joe Biden's rapidly declining mental state becomes more of an issue.

Just yesterday, Biden read out D-O-T instead of saying dot-com, like a normal, mentally-fit human adult person would do.


But today, he went a step further during a Democratic National Committee event in Washington, D.C.

After completing his speech on abortion, Biden concluded by saying "God bless you all, and may God protect our troops. Thank you, I'm sorry."

He then puts the mic down, looks around confused, before coming back to the mic well after the crowd has started cheering and music started to play, saying "I was apologizing to my back."

He then rambled about his mother being angry with him for talking to people with his back turned to them, which, of course, makes no sense considering this is the format for nearly every political speech he's made throughout his extraordinarily long career of being a politician.

But Biden wasn't done yet - in fact, he was just getting started.

While greeting the crowd that he was apparently apologizing to for no reason, Biden grabbed a woman's hand, then rubbed her face with both fists, before continuing to greet others while holding her hand for a minute.

After that bewildering display, he continued, grabbing another woman's shoulder for an extended period of time.

This is not normal behavior.

In a sane world, after near daily episodes of bizarre behavior and speech, the mental fitness of the President of the United States would be a major story.

Instead, most media reports of the event today completely omitted any mention of Biden's bewildering apology to his back, his mispronunciation of words, and creepy behavior towards women.

With Biden making more public appearances thanks to the upcoming midterm elections, there will undoubtedly be plenty more incomprehensible gaffes to come.

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Ian Miller is a former award watching high school actor, author, and long suffering Dodgers fan. He spends most of his time golfing, traveling, reading about World War I history, and trying to get the remote back from his dog. Follow him on Twitter @ianmSC