Biden Bumbles Way Through Another Natural Disaster – ‘Where Am I Going?’

Joe Biden is bumbling through another natural disaster this week, as nearly 200,000 Americans remain powerless since Hurricane Idalia’s landfall. On Thursday, the 80-year-old President delivered remarks from FEMA’s headquarters, where he cracked jokes, blamed so-called climate deniers for the storm, and asked his handlers for help after getting lost again.

Idalia landed in Florida as a Category 3 hurricane before traveling up the coast to Georgia and the Carolinas. At least three people are confirmed to have died in the storm.

“I don’t know why I’m paying attention to these few guys up here,” Biden joked while preparing his comments. Looking at the crowd of FEMA workers behind him, he added, “All kidding aside, my mother would say, I apologize for my back.”

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Biden dedicated much of his press conference to attacking “deniers” and blaming climate change for causing the hurricane. Biden said that the government will need a “hell of a lot more money” to fight climate change.

“We’re not this engaged this often, but this past couple years with climate change really kicking in, you guys [FEMA] are going 24 hours a day!” he said.

“There are still some deniers out there in terms of whether or not climate change had anything to do with any of this, and we’re gonna need a whole hell of a lot more money!”

After eventually concluding his spiel, Biden turned to walk away but immediately got lost. “Where am I going now?” he asked his handlers.

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“Joe Biden’s most famous quote: ‘Where am I going now?'” Citizen Free Press posted on X, formerly known as Twitter.

“Look. A person that should be in elderly care instead of the most powerful position on earth” said one commenter.

The Thursday press conference is the second occasion in recent weeks that Biden has aimlessly bumbled his way through a natural disaster. When wildfires were tearing through Maui last month, Biden showed little concern for the mounting death toll, as he told one reporter “no comment” while vacationing in Delaware.

After being widely criticized by members of both parties, Biden eventually traveled to Hawaii, where he also cracked jokes in the wake of the tragedy. At one point, he quipped to the press, “That’s some hot ground, man.” He also later addressed survivors at a conference, where he compared their plight to a kitchen fire he once experienced at his Washington home.

Over 110 people were killed in the fires. During a White House briefing on Wednesday, Fox News reporter Peter Doocy asked Karine Jean-Pierre about the government’s response to the recent disasters,

“Did you guys realize that the initial Hawaii wildfire response was not that good?” Doocy asked. “Or is it just easier for people to get help from the White House when the president is not on vacation?”

Jean-Pierre disagreed with Doocy’s question, calling it “flawed in many, many ways.”

Biden is due to visit Florida on Saturday to survey the hurricane damage.

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