Biden’s Sleepy “New World Order” Gaffe
“All conspiracy theorists are owed a huge apology,” reads a retort on YouTube. “Unbelievable.” The writer is commenting what we can only think is President Biden going off-script during an address to the Business Roundtable. “Now is a time when things are shifting,” Joe spaketh. “We’re going to — there’s going to be a new world order out there, and we’ve got to lead it.” Now, it’s not really a shocking statement, is it? Unless, it simply reveals the president himself is a conspiracy theorist. The way he said it, too, was odd, like it’s a foregone conclusion. You might think he’d be emphatic about a mission to lead the new order, but what came out was more of a mumble; like the prospect of a New World Order is, well, boring.
“We’re at an inflection point in the world economy,” the President prefaced the comment, “not just in the economy, in the world.” Then, channeling our Session with Mark Moss, “one that occurs every three or four generations.” Biden then references a “secure” meeting with one of the top military “people” during which he was reminded that “60 million people died between 1900 and 1946.” Ho, hum.