Biden Lets the Secret Part About Kamala Slip During Speech (VIDEO)

Joe Biden was giving a speech recently to a room filled with mask-wearing Democrats when he had another slip of the tongue.

Biden stumbling over himself during speeches is nothing new, but this time he stated that Kamala would be president in the not too distant future.

Biden went on to talk of his two daughters and how he has preached to them that a woman can do anything a man can do. Biden drew a parallel to the difference between telling women this statement and for the women and little girls to actually see progress in real life for women. Biden said there is a big difference between being told something and seeing it, and in that moment it becomes a reality.

Biden was attempting to make a point to the bystanders that his granddaughters and all women are waiting to see the first female President of the United States, and that's when Biden had a slip of the tongue. Biden said that the reason he had a current female VP in Kamala Harris, was a sign of the times to come and there would be a female president "pretty soon". This may have been Sleepy Joe's way of hinting at a Kamala for president run in the coming 2024 election or worse, that she'll be taking over for him pretty soon because it's unlikely that he's going to be around for four years at the rate he's going.

“My two daughters were born, that you can do anything a man do. It’s one thing for somebody say that and keep pounding that in the head of your five granddaughters as well, but to, guess what, until they see it until they watch, it becomes real then.”

“That’s why we have a female Vice President of the United States of America, who’s gonna be, we’re gonna have some [female] presidents pretty soon.”

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