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Delusional Biden Thinks Congress Voted on His Student-Loan Bailout

The president revealed just how out of touch he is with the political process...

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) In a remarkable display of delusion and dementia, President Joe Biden wrongly claimed that his student loan bailout program was passed by Congress, Breitbart reported.

The problem for Biden is that Congress had nothing to do with his massive wealth redistribution from those without college degrees to highly “educated” millenials.

Biden’s plan–which was created and rammed through the inner workings of the swamp–has actually been promulgated by executive administrative agencies, which are staffed by lifelong DC bureaucrats.

Regardless of the reality of the situation, Biden said that he got his policy passed “by a vote or two.”

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Now that the federal government is deep in the business of loan forgiveness and lease interference, Americans can no longer feel secure about their property since the state seems to feel free to redistribute it at any moment, in the name of social justice.

The president revealed just how out of touch he is with the political process, and such gaffes obviously cause one to wonder who is really pulling the strings in the White House if the president is unaware of the procedures by which his own signature policy was created.

Biden’s latest gaffe is, of course, only the latest in an incredible string of failures on the part of the state and its media apparatus to hide Biden’s sharp mental and physical decline.

Earlier this month Biden once again earned the nickname Sleepy Joe by nodding off during a live interview with MSNBC.

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In an equally embarrassing display, Biden also forgot that his now-deceased son, Beau Biden, died of brain cancer, and not in the Iraq War.

“I say this as a father of a man who won the Bronze Star, the conspicuous service medal, and lost his life in Iraq,” Biden said earlier this month.

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