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Biden makes BIZARRE pandering speech to Puerto Ricans — and even 'breakfast tacos' Jill is embarrassed for him


'Jill didn't school her face for a second when he said that'

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During his visit to storm-ravaged Puerto Rico, President Joe Biden awkwardly attempted to connect with his audience by making the bizarre claim that he "was sort of raised in the Puerto Rican community, at home, politically," which had something to do with Delaware's supposed "very large" Puerto Rican population back in the 1950s and '60s.

"Let me start off by saying that Jill and I ... we're anxious to be here. You know, I come from a little state, the little state of Delaware. It's not like the congresswoman from New York. She's from a big state," Biden told the enthralled audience.

"But we have a very — in relative terms — large Puerto Rican population in Delaware, relative to our population. We have the eighth-largest black population in the country. And between all minorities, we have 20% of our state is minority. And so, I was sort of raised in the Puerto Rican community at home, politically," he claimed.

According to the 1970 U.S. Census, Delaware's Puerto Rican community actually accounted for less than .4% of the state's total population back when our now 79-year-old commander in chief was being "raised."

People on social media were quick to react to the president's latest pandering attempt:

Sadly for Biden, the social media mockery continued when he made the following nonsensical statement later in the same speech:

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