Another Biden Gaffe: Bobby Kennedy And MLK Assassinated “In The Late 70s”

“Just like in my generation, when I got out of school, when Bobby Kennedy and Dr. King had been assassinated in the ’70s — the late ’70s — I got engaged.”

But both men were assassinated within months of each other in 1968.

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“Up to that time, remember, none of you women will remember this, but a couple men will remember it. That was the time in the early to late ’60s, in the early ’60s, the ’60s, where it was, ‘Drop out, go to Haight-Ashbury, don’t get engaged, don’t trust anyone over 30.’”

Breitbart:

Joe Biden continued his string of public gaffes while campaigning in Iowa Tuesday, inaccurately claiming that Robert F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr. were assassinated in the 1970s.

The former vice president, who has worried even his staunchest allies in recent weeks for often confusing times and places, made the slip-up during a campaign appearance in Urbandale, Iowa. MORE

There is something seriously wrong with Joe Biden.

This is the best the super-intelligent, most woke, exceedingly moral left has to offer? The Democrat candidates are a laughing stock to the entire planet.

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