(PatriotWise.com)- President Joe Biden has made yet another embarrassing gaffe, and the White House is covering it up.
During his first press conference since entering the White House, after 65 days on the job, President Biden confused the names of Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani and the former head of the Pakistani military, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani.
President Biden can very clearly be heard saying “and General Austin is…just met with Kayani and I’m waiting for the briefing on that,” but the transcript published on the White House website says “Ghani” instead of “Kayani.”
If President Donald Trump had made that mistake, it would have been all over the news networks and left-wing commentators may have questioned Trump’s ability to lead.
But with President Biden, combined with his recent trip up the stairs of Air Force One and repeated gaffes during teleprompter speeches, it apparently isn’t a problem.
General Kayani is a controversial figure. He left the Pakistani military and was accused of “double-dealing and bad faith” according to the New York Times.
During the same press conference, Biden questioned the legitimacy of Ghani as the president of Afghanistan.
“He is the, the ‘leader,’ quote, in Afghanistan and Kabul. And there’s a U.N.-led process that’s beginning shortly on how to mechanically get people, how to end this war,” Biden said in the press conference.
The White House press conference included the word “quote,” indicating that wasn’t an error. President Biden appears to be siding with the Afghan president’s rivals who claimed that the election results were inaccurate.
Isn’t it odd how President Biden thinks national elections can be rigged abroad, but questioning the results of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, even with the mountains of evidence of fraud and misconduct, is a crime against democracy?
Search “Joe Biden” and “gaffe” together online and you’ll be presented with a huge number of compilation videos and stories of his most famous gaffes, ranging from forgetting the name of former President Barack Obama to inventing new words during speeches and falling over words fed to him via teleprompters.