‘He was the first to slice the bread’: People dig in when asked for Biden’s ‘greatest accomplishments’

Conservative actor Matthew Marsden caused X users to devolve into uncontrollable laughter after asking what President Biden’s greatest accomplishments were, hilariously claiming his was the president’s invention of the wheel.

Right at the top of that list, other than inventing the wheel, would be his propensity for not even being remotely capable of telling the truth, but the responses on X were far more imaginative than that.

“The thing I admire about Joe Biden the most is when he invented the wheel. Which Biden achievement is your favorite?” Marsen asked tongue-in-cheek.

So users on X did what they do best:

The president has given a wealth of material to work with, such as his trip to Vietnam.

“One of my co-workers said, ‘Remember the famous song ‘Good Morning Vietnam’? Well, good evening, Vietnam,’” Biden quipped before ranting on about John Wayne while discussing climate change.

“And the Indian looks at John Wayne and points to the Union soldier and says, ‘He’s a lying, dog-faced pony soldier,’” Biden claimed, recycling one of his favorite lines from the campaign trail. “Well, there’s a lot of lying, dog-faced pony soldiers out there about global warming. But not anymore.”

Then he forgot how many questions to take from reporters.

“Staff, is there anybody I haven’t spoken to?” he asked before snapping at a reporter, “I ain’t calling on ya! I’m calling on — it says I have five questions!”

The press conference was cut off by White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre after just 26 minutes. Biden signed off by telling everyone, “I tell you what, I don’t know about you, but I’m going to go to bed.”

Then, while speaking from Alaska on 9/11, he falsely claimed he was at Ground Zero the day after the terrorist attacks that rocked the nation and evidently scrambled his memories as well.

On Thursday, he continued his fibbing to Maryland students and rabbis alike.

The president recalled during a speech at Prince George’s Community College that “I taught at the University of Pennsylvania for four years and I used to teach political theory. And folks, you always hear, every generation has to fight for democracy.”

The problem is that he never taught a single course at the University of Pennsylvania.

During that speech, he also suggested that African-American and Hispanic workers don’t have “high school diplomas.”

America’s second-ever Roman Catholic president wrapped up the evening by being less than honest with rabbis, “I, you might say, was raised in the synagogues of my state. You think I’m kidding, I’m not.”

After all that, it is no wonder Marsden looked for humor in all the fibbing, gaffes, and gaslighting.

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