Joe Biden drew heat from parents after he invoked a saying that “our nation’s children are all our children,” along with his emphasis that there is “no such thing as someone else’s child.”
The quote, which Biden appeared to approve of, came from Rebecka Peterson, a calculus teacher from Oklahoma who apparently received an award for being the “teacher of the year.”
Well-known conservative political commentator and founder of Turning Point USA Charlie Kirk shared a clip of Biden’s words on Twitter, commenting, “My daughter does not belong to Joe Biden.”
Joe Biden: “There's no such thing as someone else's child. Our nation's children are all our children."
My daughter does not belong to Joe Biden. pic.twitter.com/PKDR7YI8rr
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) April 25, 2023
As BlazeMedia pointed out, Biden seems quick to declare other children his own while simultaneously taking no responsibility for his own grandchild, a 4-year-old who Hunter Biden allegedly helped conceive out of wedlock.
In fact, he recently was caught neglecting to mention the kid once again during an appearance he made for a “Take Your Child to Work” event held White House South Lawn on Thursday.
“I have six grandchildren, and I’m crazy about them. And I speak to them every single day — not a joke,” Biden explained in what ironically may have been a joke at best and a lie at worst. “As a matter of fact, I just got finished going through the calls, and only one of them answered the phone, but at least I got to leave a message.”
Biden then listed six out of seven of his grandchildren, Naomi, Finnegan, Maisy, Natalie, Hunter, and Beau, according to the Washington Examiner. He did not bring up the girl his son Hunter became the dad of in 2018.
He made a statement that some may consider ironic, proclaiming to the crowd, “And guess what, they’re crazy about me because I pay so much attention to them.”
Fox News has reported in the past that DNA proof linking Biden to the ignored grandchild has been released.
At the same event, Biden appeared to experience issues remembering what country he had recently been to.
“The last country I’ve traveled, I’m trying to think of the last one I was in,” Biden said to a group comprised of children, staffers, and members of the media.
“I’ve been to, met with 89 heads of state so far. So, uh, trying to think where was the last place I was; it’s hard to keep track.”
Biden was not able to figure out what the nation was until a child in the crowd correctly shouted out, “Ireland.”
Joe Biden couldn't remember the last country he visited.
A literal child had to remind him. pic.twitter.com/rHToAMSYgy
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) April 27, 2023