President Biden was pardoning turkeys at the White House Monday and he made a bizarre comment.
The Democrat president asked the owner of “Chocolate” and “Chip,” both from North Carolina, how many turkeys he had.
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“Nine and a half million turkeys, I tell you what, that’s like some of the countries I’ve been to,” Biden said.
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NOW – Biden: "Nine and a half million turkeys, I tell you what, that's like some of the countries I've been to." pic.twitter.com/kQM3ujqlmL— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) November 21, 2022
He joked about “ballot stuffing” and a “red wave” before presenting the two turkeys.
“There’s no ballot stuffing, there’s no ‘fowl’ play,” Biden said. “The only red wave this season is going to be if our German shepherd Commander knocks over the cranberry sauce on our table.”
BIDEN PARDONS TURKEY: "The votes are in. They've been counted and verified. There’s no ballot stuffing, there’s no 'fowl' play — the only 'red wave' this season is going to be German Shepherd, Commander, that knocks over the cranberry sauce on our table." pic.twitter.com/c9fNHUu7bz— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) November 21, 2022
Biden also falsely claimed his home state has the most turkeys.
From Fox News:
The president also claimed his home state of Delaware has “more chickens than anybody in the nation,” which is false. The poultry industry plays a significant role in Delaware, but the state is not even in the top ten for chicken populations.
Hunter Biden, the first son under federal investigation for possible tax fraud, illegal foreign lobbying, money-laundering and lying on a federal gun purchase form, was also in attendance.
White House chief of staff Ron Klein attempted to celebrate gas prices as Americans travel for Thanksgiving this year:
“As you hit the road for Thanksgiving, some good news: gas prices are falling in most parts of the country, sharply,” he tweeted. “— 1 in 10 pumps are below $2.89 — Several states down from Thanksgiving 2021 — Most common price is $3.29.”
But the New York Post points out this isn’t the case:
Klain did not mention that the current average price of a gallon of gas stood at $3.66 as of Monday, according to AAA — more than 25 cents higher than last year at this time.
Meanwhile, Thanksgiving food prices are expected to be significantly higher, according to the Farm Bureau. The average cost to prepare a holiday meal for 10 people is more than $64 this year, the bureau said — up $10.74, or 20%, in the past year.
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