Joe Biden Jumbles Story About His Grandparents in Buffalo Speech (VIDEO)

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Joe Biden on Tuesday traveled to Buffalo, New York to address the community after a mass shooter killed 10 people in a Tops grocery store.

Biden found time to visit Buffalo after a mass shooting, yet he couldn’t visit Waukesha after a black supremacist killed 6 people and injured dozens more when he plowed through a Christmas parade with his SUV last winter.

Biden ranted about white supremacists and blamed Republicans for last weekend’s mass shooting carried out by a leftist in Buffalo.

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“Jill and I bring you this message from deep in our nation’s soul: In America, evil will not win, I promise you. Hate will not prevail. And white supremacy will not have the last word,” Biden said.

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At the end of his speech, Biden told a story about his grandparents and he messed that one up too.

Biden said his grandfather would tell him to ‘keep the faith’ then his grandmother would yell, ‘no, spread the faith.’

“My grandpop used to say when I walked out of his home in Scranton, he’s say, ‘Joey, spread the faith’ – then my grandma would yell, ‘No Joey’ – I mean he said, ‘Keep the faith’ – and my grandma would say, ‘No, Joey, spread the faith,’” Biden said.

This never happened.

VIDEO:

Only 821 people tuned in to watch the demented puppet.

But he totally got 81 million votes.

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