Another tough outing for Biden as critics slam rambling gibberish

US President Joe Biden has again been slammed on social media for spewing rambling gibberish at a new CNN Town Hall, with many worrying about his mental fitness to hold one of the most important jobs on the planet.

Talking about emergency use authorisation for coronavirus vaccinations and trust in the drugs, Biden was recorded saying: “And the question is… whether or not we should be in a position where you er um are… Why can’t the the the experts say: ‘we know that this virus is in fact…’ er er um er is is it’s going to be… oh excuse me we we we know why all the drugs approved are not temporarily approved but permanently approved.”


The visibly confused US political leader also tried to explain the effectiveness of coronavirus vaccination by going on a bizarre rambling diatribe about neighbours and churchgoers talking to small children about whether or not there are aliens walking among us.

“You you you got the vaccination?” he asked the CNN host on stage. “Are you okay? You seem… no… it works…”

He then turned to the audience: “Or, you know, or or or the mum and dad or or or the neighbour or when you go to church or when you’re… No I-I-I-I really mean it” he insisted to a befuddled audience.


“There are trusted interlocutors. Think of the people… if your kid wanted to find out there were… there’s a man on the moon… or something… or, you, know, whether those aliens are here or not, you know, who are those people they talk to beyond the kids who love talking about it?”

“Sweet Jesus!” exclaimed top Australian commentator Rita Panahi. “Even by Biden standards this is incoherent gibberish. Starts with: “You you you got the vaccination? Are you OK?“ Ends with aliens & walking on the moon.”

It comes just months after Biden’s mental fitness was powerfully questioned by esteemed former White House doctor Ronny Jackson, who served both Barack Obama and Donald Trump.

Speaking after one of Biden’s first public outings before the press as President, Jackson said his performance “should concern every American who wants to know that their president is fit for duty and in control.”