Video Of Joe Biden Introducing His Granddaughter During His Latest Rally: “This is my Son Beau Biden…This is my Granddaughter Natalie…No Wait, No Wait, We Got the Wrong One”

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has a planned campaign stop in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where he spent part of his childhood. He is traveling with two of his granddaughters who he says have never been to Scranton.

The stops on Tuesday make the third straight day that Mr. Biden has held events in Pennsylvania. He also plans to stop in Philadelphia and is to end his campaigning on Tuesday evening with a speech in Wilmington, Del., with his wife, Jill, his running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, and Ms. Harris’s husband, Doug Emhoff.

His rally was weak as always with only dozens of people who decided to listen to “Sleepy Joe.”

But the weird part of this so-called rally came when Joe Biden needed to turn on the megaphone, the whole situation was caught on video and Joe was struggling to turn on his megaphone.

Video below:


In Philadelphia, Joe Biden gathered with a crowd of people who were not social distancing.

Biden introduced his granddaughter Natalie as his deceased son Beau Biden then he got his granddaughters Natalie and Finnegan mixed up.

Natalie is Beau Biden’s daughter.

“This is my son, Beau Biden who a lot of you helped elect to the senate in Delaware,” Biden said. “This is my granddaughter, Natalie. No wait, no wait. We got the wrong one…”

Video below:

Biden’s son Beau was never elected to the Senate in Delaware. He was elected as the state Attorney General and passed away in 2015.

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