While Joe Biden met with civil rights leaders for the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington, he appeared to have other things on his mind and began mumbling incoherently.
Biden and Harris met with Martin Luther King III and race-baiter Al Sharpton and others at the White House.
As usual, Biden mumbled through his remarks.
“I said little earlier as I came in and sat down I think this is as serious of potential turning point for the negative as it was when turning point for the positive when your dad organized that march,” Biden said to Al Sharpton.
Biden also attacked Republicans for working to remove pornographic and sexually explicit materials from elementary schools.
“I never thought that I’d be president, let alone be president, and having a discussion on why books are being banned in American schools!” Biden mumbled.
Biden also brought up the Jacksonville shooting.
A man shot and killed three black people at a Dollar General store in Jacksonville, Florida on Sunday.
Biden used the tragedy to pander to the black community.
“I’ve spoken to the governor and the mayor and Black community leaders in Jacksonville, Florida — the sheriff, who’s an African American…” Biden said.
During the Civil Rights event, Joe Biden also falsely claimed on Monday that “white supremacy” is the greatest terror threat to the US.
“The U.S. intelligence community has determined that domestic terrorism rooted in white supremacy is the greatest terrorist threat we face in the homeland,” Biden said, failing to provide any evidence.