Video Feed Abruptly Cuts off After Joe Biden Grabs Mic, Rambles About DEI

Video Feed Abruptly Cuts off After Joe Biden Grabs Mic, Rambles About DEI


The video feed of President Joe Biden’s campaign event at the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) headquarters on Wednesday abruptly cut off after the president snatched the mic and rambled about diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).

Biden met with union leaders amid worries about his political viability following his infamous debate performance.

During the campaign pitch, Biden slurred his words many times while speaking about “giving people a fighting chance” in his economy with soaring inflation.

“Not a joke,” Biden told the crowd to applause. “They are warning me not to take too much time with you all today in terms of talking,” he said before his next scheduled event with NATO leaders.

“We are in a better position than anyone in the world to own the remainder of the twenty-first century because of union labor. I am serious,” Biden said before handing the mic to the union official standing next to him.

After the union leader mentioned diversity in Biden’s cabinet, Biden grabbed the mic.

“I promised I would have a cabinet that would look like America,” Biden said, taking the mic in his hand. “More minorities, more women, more labor. I’m serious. Think about it. That’s who we are. That’s why we’re strong. We’re diverse. We’re strong.”

The video abruptly ended:

Biden, whom Special Counsel Robert Hur described as an “elderly man with a poor memory,” struggles to participate in unscripted donor events, the Wall Street Journal reportedand is often helped by aides who remind him of information.

Seventy-two percent of registered voters believe Biden does not have the “mental” and “cognitive health” to serve as president, a CBS News/YouGov poll found in July, up seven points post-debate.

Biden suffers from atrial fibrillation, peripheral neuropathy in his feet, and hyperlipidemia, according to his annual physical by physician Kevin O’Connor. The health challenges might explain why he struggles to remain upright. Biden tripped, tumbled, and stumbled at least five times during his presidency.


In January, Biden met with three doctors, according to the New York Post’s Jon Levine: O’Connor; Dr. Kevin Cannard, a Parkinson’s specialist from Walter Reed; and Dr. John E. Atwood, a cardiologist from Walter Reed.

Biden implemented a strategy of walking to and from Marine One with multiple aides to “draw less attention” to his physical ailments…


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