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Biden Blathers as He Gets Jabbed, Begs For More COVID Cash

'I’m not sure why I’m doing it on stage... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) In the wake of a White House spokesperson having to clarify that only “President Biden decides what President Biden is going to say,” after the gaffe-prone senior citizen went off script and called for regime change in Russia, the same bumbler-in-chief was left looking dazed and confused when he rolled up his sleeve to receive his fourth COVID jab.

“So now I’m going to get my second booster shot,” Biden said, after delivering a pitch for COVID.gov, a new website he touted as a “one-stop shop where anyone in America can find what they need to navigate the virus. Free vaccines and boosters. Free at-home tests, high quality masks.”

“I’m not sure why I’m doing it on stage,” Biden griped as he tottered across a mock White House set. “To prove I’m getting it, I guess.”

That and to lobby for increased COVID funding.

“We have enough tests on hand to weather the surge,” Biden said, according to ABC News.

“But without funding, we’re not going to be able to sustain the testing capacity beyond the month of June,” he warned. “And if we fail to invest, we leave ourselves vulnerable if another wave of the virus hits.”

Asking for additional COVID funding, though, is a tough sell after already blowing through a staggering $6 trillion in pandemic spending and losing a scandalous amount of money to fraud.

But that didn’t stop Biden from struggling to roll up his sleeve and trying, as he stoically blew off questions about Russian henchman Vladimir Putin, the ongoing Ukraine crisis and a massive immigration surge looming on the southern border.

“I’ve always thought that it discourages people getting the vaccination when they watch people get a needle in their arm,” Biden said after getting spiked. “So I apologize for discouraging.

“It didn’t hurt a bit, and I was able to roll my sleeve up,” he said proudly.

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