With that stated, Joe Biden ascended the stage at some time to offer the audience what they had come for. A terrible president, in particular, reads stupid jokes with the expertise and accuracy of a budget barber. Biden, in other terms, is the bowl cut of comedians.
What’s an example? This is another battle in Biden’s continuing struggle with his teleprompter, in which he claims Mickey Mouse beat the living daylights out of him for whatever reason.
For the interest of posterity, here is an actual transcript of what was spoken in the video.
“And I had plenty of Ran DeSantis, or Ron DeSantis jokes planned.”
“But Bickey Mous, Mickey Mouse, actually beat the living daylight out of me and arrived first. Now, don’t be too harsh on the guy. He was questioned if he had a mandate after being elected governor. Hell know, I am straight,” he said. “I’m going to allow you some time to think about it, you got it?”
Let’s take a positive approach. Perhaps this is progress since I can understand what Biden was trying to say. I assume he meant to imply that Disney “beat him with the punch,” but who cares whether the president is intelligent enough to interpret a really poor joke correctly?
I am not sure what to say about the “mandate” statement, which would be considered homophobic if said by a Republican. It’s so foolish that it just criticizes itself.
Consider what was worst in the clip. Witnessing Biden struggle over a simple turn of words to make a “joke” that my eight-year-old would grimace at, or witnessing the press laugh and applaud like seals afterward as if he had just given an incredible banger? Most people, I believe, would choose the latter. Outside of the executive branch, the national press is the most pitiful institution in existence.
Regardless, we are already aware who won the fight between Disney and Ron DeSantis. In the last two years, the stock price of Mickey Mouse has dropped by nearly half. Mickey Mouse also took a knee in state-level political engagement, losing the battle for the Parental Rights in Education Act and its following growth through K-12 grand levels. Disney made no attempt to openly oppose the latter.