White House Fixes 148 Mistakes by Joe Biden Since Taking Office

 April 30, 2024

Ever since Joe Biden took office, we have all seen the communications department either outright retract a comment made by Biden or try to explain what he meant.

After an official review of all White House transcripts, it has been confirmed that the White House fixed what Joe said nearly 150 times since taking office.

Talking Points…
- The Biden gaffes
- White House admission
- Analysis

The Biden Gaffes

Joe Biden has been a gaffe machine virtually his entire career. He has said some things about minorities that only a Democrat could get away with. For instance, while on the 2008 presidential campaign trail, Biden was bragging about his relationship with Indian Americans, but his comments on the matter created quite a buzz. At the time, Biden stated:

"I've had a great relationship. In Delaware, the largest growth in population is Indian-Americans moving from India. You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin' Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I'm not joking."

During the 2020 campaign trail, one of the doozies unleashed by Biden was questioning the blackness of African American voters who would vote for Trump over him. Biden was on with Charlamagne the God during an episode of "The Breakfast Club" when he famously told the audience:

"Well I tell you what, if you have a problem figuring out whether you're for me or Trump, then you ain't black."

White House Fixes Transcripts

This week, Daily Caller released a report after a thorough review of Biden's comments since taking office. The publication found 148 corrected statements from Biden, and that is just in the official transcripts from speeches and media questions. According to the report, 118 official speeches and chats with reporters were adjusted a total of 148 times, with Biden averaging more than one gaffe every time he opens his mouth.

You can brush off Biden's not being able to recall a specific date at times, but when you cannot remember the person's name in your cabinet, there is a clear problem there. In the overall big picture, these are still not that big of a deal. The real issue is when Biden's words completely change the context of the statement. For instance, during Biden's State of the Union address, he stated:

"We must be honest: The threat to democracy must be defended."

There are also times when the White House has just blatantly deleted words that Biden has said so as not to embarrass Biden. For instance, just last week at an event, Biden stated:

"Folks, imagine what we could do next. Four more years … Pause."

The "pause" was a direction that Biden read aloud, but the White House deleted the word from the official transcript. Biden also called Roe v. Wade "Roe v. Ward" and, most notorious of all, misidentified Laken Riley as "Lincoln" Riley, even though Biden had a pin in his possession with her name on it.


As I noted above, I will not break Biden's chops for every mistake because we all make them at some point, but many of Biden's gaffes go well beyond that. I have friends who have elderly parents who are suffering from the onset of dementia, and they sound like spry 20-year-olds compared to the issues that Biden is having. With all of the testing and requirements in this country for random jobs, I cannot help but wonder why there is no mental competency and psychological exam for all presidential candidates to pass before being declared eligible to run for office. We literally now have senile Ron Burgendy in the White House, and half the country appears to support it.

About Jerry McConway

Jerry McConway is an independent political author and investigator who lives in Dallas, Texas. He has spent years building a strong following of readers who know that he will write what he believes is true, even if it means criticizing politicians his followers support. His readers have come to expect his integrity.

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