Biden Gives Speech After UAW Announcement
As President Joe Biden considers a potential run for re-election in 2024, he is facing mounting problems that could hinder his chances at a second term.
From a struggling economy to a push for electric vehicles, Biden's administration has been met with challenges from all sides. Even the traditionally Democratic-supporting union workers are showing signs of dissatisfaction with the president. This was evident during Biden's recent visit to the United Auto Workers (UAW) where he tried to rally support for his policies, but instead, left many scratching their heads.
Normally, a Democratic president would have an advantage in winning over the union vote. However, it seems that even this group is starting to turn away from Biden. This is due in part to the struggling economy and Biden's push for electric vehicles, which has been met with resistance from the union workers who rely on jobs in the fossil fuel industry. During his visit to the UAW, Biden's lack of understanding and enthusiasm for the issue was evident, further solidifying doubts about his ability to lead the country.
BIDEN: "Toyota, Volkswagen, Nissan, Tulsa..."
What's "Tulsa"? pic.twitter.com/m36pgkQlw9
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) January 24, 2024
One of the most perplexing moments of Biden's speech to the UAW was when he started shouting about Toyota, Volkswagen, and Nissan giving double-digit raises to their workers. He then somehow threw in the name "Tulsa" as well, leaving many wondering what he could possibly be referring to.
It turns out, there was a car company named Tulsa Automobile Corporation, which failed in 1922. This mistake only adds to the growing concern over Biden's mental acuity. It is becoming increasingly clear that Biden may not be fit to lead the country, as he struggles to articulate his thoughts and make coherent statements.
Biden's slurred speech during the visit was another cause for concern. He struggled to pronounce words and his speech was heavily garbled. This, along with his confusing remarks, only added to the doubts about his ability to effectively govern. It is alarming to think that someone with such speech difficulties and memory lapses is at the helm of the country.
These issues were further highlighted when Biden stated, "We're fundamentally changing the economy of this country and everybody's getting a little worried about it." This statement can be interpreted as a threat, as Biden alludes to a government-controlled economy, something that many Americans are concerned about.
Another worrisome moment was when Biden boasted about his foreign policy expertise, stating that he knows many world leaders. While Biden may have met with various leaders, his track record on foreign policy speaks for itself. He has a history of making poor decisions and being wrong on important issues. This does not bode well for his ability to make informed and effective decisions as president. It is clear that simply knowing leaders does not make one an expert in foreign policy.
UAW Union Boss and Joe Biden lackey Shawn Fain admits that the vast majority of his rank-and-file membership will be voting Trump:
"A great majority of our members will not vote for President Biden...the majority of our members are going to vote their paychecks." pic.twitter.com/ycD2DPulrG
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) January 24, 2024
Despite all of these concerns, the UAW still endorsed Biden during his visit. This decision further illustrates the disconnect between union leadership and their workers. UAW President Shawn Fain even admitted that a majority of their workers would not vote for Biden, showing that the union is not truly representing the interests of their members. This endorsement only adds to the growing frustration and disappointment among workers who feel that their voices are not being heard.