Video: Late Comedian Robin Williams Warned Us About ‘Rambling’ Joe Biden – ‘WTF?’

Robin Williams, the late comedic genius who was taken from us far too young in 2014, had a very unique take on Joe Biden according to a video clip from a bit in 2009.

Robin Williams, the late comedic genius who was taken from us far too young in 2014, had a very unique take on Joe Biden according to a video clip from a bit in 2009.

The 30-second video begins with Williams mentioning Biden, who was Vice President under Barack Obama at the time, and immediately saying, “What the f***?”

And it gets funnier from there.

“There’s always ramblin’ Joe Biden,” he tells the audience during a stand-up routine. “Joe says s*** that even people with Tourette’s go, ‘No.’”

“Joe is like your uncle who’s on a new drug and hasn’t got the dosage right,” Williams joked. “‘I’m proud to work with Barack America’ — ‘He’s not a superhero, you idiot — come here!'”

“‘When FDR was on television –'”, he continued in his trademark rapid-fire delivery. “There was no TV back then. Come here, Joe. *zap* Sit down.”

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Robin Williams Hammered The Biden Gaffe Machine

President Biden has been a consistent source of comedic material for those willing to address his frequent ‘gaffes.’

Williams, in his bit, is addressing two pretty famous ones at the time.

In the summer of 2008 – well over a decade ago – Biden introduced Obama as, among other strange names, “Barack America.”

“My friends, I don’t have to tell you, this election year the choice is clear. One man stands ready to deliver change we desperately need. A man I’m proud to call my friend,” Biden beamed.

“A man who will be the next president of the United States — Barack America!”

Biden also reportedly referred to Obama as “Barackal” and “Obaman.”

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Biden’s Gotten Worse Since Then

Also in the Robin Williams clip is a reference to Biden at one point claiming Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed the nation through television when the stock market crashed in 1929.

Not only was FDR not president during the crash of ’29, but he didn’t give the first televised speech by a president until 1939.

Making that clip all the more remarkable is that Biden is telling Katie Couric that a leader’s job is to “instill confidence” by demonstrating that “he or she knows what they’re talking about.”

Biden’s own words often reveal he has no idea what he is talking about at any given moment.

President Biden has fully admitted to being a “gaffe machine” in the past.

“I am a gaffe machine, but my God what a wonderful thing compared to a guy who can’t tell the truth,” he said during a 2018 book tour stop, a clear shot at then-President Donald Trump.

Whether he’s telling a man in a wheelchair to stand up, claiming ‘jobs’ is a three-letter word, or saying the local 7-11 is full of people with Indian accents, Uncle Joe’s gaffes are a growing concern.

A poll last June – prior to the election – showed a shocking 20 percent of Democrat voters at the time thought Biden has dementia.

Overall, Rasmussen Reports revealed that 38 percent of American voters believed Joe Biden has some form of dementia with another 14 percent who are “not sure.”

Has he done anything over the first ten months of his presidency to prove they were way off base?


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