Confused Joe Biden Humiliates Himself in New Jersey, Claims Tornadoes Are Not Called Tornadoes Anymore

Joe Biden’s tragic and sharp cognitive decline has had horrifying consequences on a global scale.

Between 100 and 200 Americans were stranded in Afghanistan, including a 3-year-old California boy as well as a pregnant American woman who was reportedly beaten by the Taliban when trying to escape.

At home in the states, Biden is struggling to deal with the damage done by the remnants of Hurricane Ida in New Jersey and New York.

During a press conference, Biden found himself rambling about severe weather and meteorological nomenclature.

“It didn’t go well,” writes Spencer Brown at Townhall, noting how Biden appears “confused.”

Biden struggled as he stated, “It’s all across the country, you know, the members of Congress know from their colleagues in Congress that uh, you know, it looks like a tornado, they don’t call ’em that anymore, that hit the crops and wetlands in the middle of the country in Iowa and Nevada and I mean, it’s just across the board. And uh, you know um, as I said, we’re in this together.”

It’s entirely unclear exactly what Biden was trying to convey.

“It seems he is confusing a derecho that swept across the city of Nevada, Iowa in August of 2020 with not-tornado tornadoes that struck the states of Nevada and Iowa,” Brown explains at Townhall. “Surely, the President knows that Nevada is not in the middle of the country, right?”

Meteorologists immediately noticed Biden’s gaffe.

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Residents in the states Biden mentioned also noted his mistake.

To help clear things up for Biden, tornadoes are still tornadoes and Derechos are still Derechos. Nevada is not in the middle of the country, but Iowa is.

One person joked on Twitter saying, “Tornados no longer exist. Biden stopped them forever.”

Another person asked, “What do they call them? Twisters? Vortexes? Wind tubes?”

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