Biden’s Latest Gaffe All About Nuclear Explosions and Karens

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(Social media video snapshot)

President Joe “Multiple Crises” Biden has once again thrown the American public in shock and disbelief with brand new senility-driven gaffes.

He renamed an American civil rights activist of Japanese origin in a way reminiscent of the dropping of the second US nuclear bomb on Nagasaki at the close of World War II.

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Easier to ‘Rename’ Her After WWII A-Bomb Explosion

Biden’s gaffes have already threatened to literally destroy the world by causing nuclear wars between America and Russia and/or America and China.

Monday, however, marked the first time that Sleepy Joe ever blundered about nuclear weapons.

More specifically, about the time in August 1945 when the United States of America plunged two nuclear bombs – on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki – in order to destroy the Japanese Empire and bring WWII to an end.

Biden was celebrating the adoption of a law to set up a commission for the establishment of a national museum on the history and culture of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.

He was honoring distinguished Asian American activists, including Karen Narasaki, when he confused her name and renamed her “Karen Nagasaki.” Biden did so even though he was actually reading from a teleprompter.

It remained unclear why he turned Karen Narasaki into Karen Nagasaki.


(Biden has just made Karen Narasaki famous worldwide thanks to his gaffe – US Civil Rights Commission photo)

Came Close to ‘Karen Hiroshima,’ But Settled for ‘Karens’

Karen Narasaki – or “Nagasaki”, as Biden named her, is a former Commissioner on the US Commission on Civil Rights, appointed in 2014 by Biden’s ex-boss, Barack Obama.

She is also a former leader of the Asian Americans Advancing Justice nonprofit.

Another Asian American activist associated with the same organization, also of Japanese origin and also named Karen – Karen Korematsu – was, too, mentioned by Biden during the ceremony.

While Sleepy Joe didn’t mistake her name, he didn’t disappoint there either.

Right after renaming Karen No. 1 to “Karen Nagasaki”, and then mentioning Karen Korematsu (and not “Karen Hiroshima”), Biden decided it would sound swell to actually ask the question, “Where are the Karens?”

Biden was thus unwittingly bringing up the “Karen” meme, albeit in an Asian American version.

The good people of the United States of America have, by now, lost count of the gaffes and blunders of the increasingly senile Sleepy Joe.

However, over the past two to three weeks, besides coming up with Karen Nagasaki and “Where are the Karens?”, Biden claimed a 9mm bullet can blow the “lung out of the body.”

The president also claimed automatic weapons have “300 rounds” per magazine and said the communist dictatorship of North Korea (not US ally South Korea) is part of the western sanctions against Russia over the invasion of Ukraine.