Biden trolled over CREEPY 'I am your commander-in-chief' whisper in speech to naval cadets
Biden reportedly falsely claimed that he applied to the Naval Academy in 1965, the same year he graduated from the University of Delaware
President Biden, while addressing the US Naval Academy’s Class of 2022 graduation and commissioning ceremony in Annapolis, Maryland on Friday, May 27, was back with his creepy stage whisper, where he stooped over his mic to remind class that “I’m your commander-in-chief.” Biden addressed the graduates for approximately 25 minutes during the outdoor ceremony at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis.
Biden falsely claimed he applied to the Naval Academy in 1965, according to FOX Metro. However, his biography shows that the same year he graduated from the University of Delaware. “I was told the Class of ’72 is here. I was appointed to the academy in 1965 by a senator who I was running against in 1972 — never planned it that way. I wasn’t old enough to be sworn in. I was only 29 years old when I was running,” Biden told the graduating class of midshipmen. Biden continued his babbling, “He was a fine man. His name is J. Caleb Boggs. I didn’t come to the academy because I wanted to be a football star. And you had a guy named [Roger] Staubach and [Joe] Bellino here. So I went to Bellino and Staubach are the only two Navy football players to win the Heisman Trophy as the best college football players in America. Bellino won the award in 1960, while Staubach did so in 1963", he added.
Tune in as I address the United States Naval Academy’s Class of 2022 graduation and commissioning ceremony. https://t.co/tp5scdwgNh— President Biden (@POTUS) May 27, 2022
“But all kidding aside,” Biden continued, “the best line of the debate was after it’s all over, the announcer, the questioner — who was a good guy, but supported my opponent, who was a good man as well, I might add — and he said, ‘Sen. Boggs, is there anything else you want to say?’ And he said, ‘Yes, just one thing.’ And he took the microphone. He said, ‘You know, Joe, if you accepted my commission to the — my appointment to the academy,’ he said, ‘you’d still have one year and three months’ active duty and I’d have no problems right now.’”
Joe Biden falsely claimed he “was appointed to the [Naval] Academy in 1965” while speaking to Naval Academy graduates today.— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 27, 2022
Biden graduated from the University of Delaware in 1965, making that impossible. pic.twitter.com/oSTmjeqSLb
"And, by the way, once you’re commissioned, remember: I’m your Commander-in-Chief. So don’t ask me too tough a question, okay?" he added.
Biden Whispers to Naval Academy Graduates: ‘I Am Your Commander-in-Chief’— UngaTheGreat (@UngaTheGreat) May 27, 2022
Biden: “You’ve all got so much to be proud of. You really do. By the way, once you’re commissioned, remember, (whispers) I’m your commander-in-chief. So don’t ask me too tough a question, okay?” pic.twitter.com/baXbeoS6Ee
Earlier on April 2, 2022, while attending the commissioning of the US Navy's latest submarine - the USS Delaware, the president mistakenly said it was Jill Biden who held the post of Vice President. Whereas, everybody knows President Biden served as Barack Obama's Vice President for eight years.
Biden is the legend of his own mind and has a habit of seeking attention from his audience by sharing questionable anecdotes of his personal life and making false claims and because of which he is often trolled for his false claims and gaffes. Political journalists who have covered his many campaigns and his presidency were surprised by Biden's claim that he applied to Annapolis. Also, Biden’s 2008 autobiography 'Promises to Keep' does not mention the Naval Academy. Biden received five student draft deferments during his four years at the University of Delaware and subsequent three years at Syracuse University College of Law.
After Biden graduated law school in 1968, he reportedly was deemed unfit for military service by citing childhood asthma. His memoir doesn’t mention the condition while describing his football exploits or his work as a lifeguard. A report released in November by his doctor also doesn’t mention asthma.
During the 25 minutes speech, Biden slammed Russian President Vladimir Putin over his three-month-old invasion of Ukraine. “The actions taken by Putin were an attempt to — to use my phrase — to Finlandize all of Europe, make it all neutral,” Biden said. “Instead, he NATO-ized all of Europe", he added. The president was speaking about Finland and Sweden applying to join NATO in response to the Russian invasion, which began on February 24.