As Joe Biden ended his town hall he apologized. “I’m sorry this has been a disjointed effort here because of the connections,” he said.
As his campaign for the Democratic nomination trudges ever more slowly forward, it is becoming beyond evident that Joe Biden exists in a state of semi-confusion the majority of the time. Even with limiting his talking time, his handlers are not able to keep his cognitive difficulties from the American people. And this is the person they think can beat Donald Trump in November? Now you know why they have been pushing fear and panic around the coronavirus. Joe Biden is crumbling right before our very eyes, and Joe Biden will never make it to November.
Not only did Joe Biden walk out of the frame, which is odd for someone who has spent 40 years in front of the cameras, he was also very confused about when the election is, what year it is, amid a strange, wandering speech.
WATCH: Joe Biden Walks Off Camera During Zoom Virtual Town Hall Furthering Claims He Is Suffering Mental Lapses
FROM HEAVY: Joe Biden tried to reach out to his voters and answer questions during a virtual town hall on Zoom today. He’s had to cancel a few events because of coronavirus concerns, so he’s looking for other ways to reach voters. But today’s event didn’t go too smoothly. At one point, Biden walked off camera while answering questions. Read on to see what happened and watch a video from the town hall.
Here’s the town hall video live right from Joe Biden’s page.
What’s interesting is that he actually seemed to be moving back to face the camera right when the video was taken down. Viewers couldn’t see what was happening after that.
The town hall had quite a few problems during its short life. First, it started two hours late. CNN noted that on the Zoom side, viewers saw the video cutting between alternating views of different people who were present, but the views didn’t always make sense. Sen. Dick Durbin opened the event but he wasn’t on camera while he talked, CNN reported. When Biden spoke at first, no one could understand him because of audio issues.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s first “virtual town hall” was a technical calamity as his campaign confronts the same challenges of unexpected remote work that millions of Americans are facing as a result of the coronavirus pandemic https://t.co/aufgz9pBzm
— CNN (@CNN) March 14, 2020
Voters were able to ask questions during the town hall that they hoped Biden would answer. Jennifer Epstein of Bloomberg News noted that the very first voter question read: “Mr. Biden’s speech was garbled the entire time.” It wasn’t a question, but rather a statement about the technical difficulties his virtual town hall was having on Zoom. The audio wasn’t coming through clearly and people couldn’t hear him. The question wasn’t actually saying that his own speech was garbled.
As Biden ended his town hall he apologized. “I’m sorry this has been a disjointed effort here because of the connections,” he said. Eric Bradner of CNN also noted that Biden’s audio was so choppy that many people couldn’t understand it. READ MORE
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