A Reading From The Book Of Palms

Alleged president-elect and super-mega-awesome “Catholic” Joe Biden gave a Thanksgiving address for some reason – no you aren’t president yet, douchebag – and while doing so, showed the world how his Catholic faith is molds his decisions. Or something.

Democrat Joe Biden gave a Thanksgiving address on Wednesday where he, an allegedly devout Catholic, appeared to not know how to pronounce one of the most famous books in the Bible.

Biden said, “And if we do, and I’m sure we can, we can proclaim the palmist (ph), with the palmist (ph) who wrote these following words, ‘The Lord is my strength and my shield…’”

Biden was quoting Psalms 28:7. In his prepared remarks, it shows that Biden was, in fact, quoting from the book of Psalms when he referenced the “Psalmist.” The “p” in Psalms is silent.

Now before you start trashing Slow Joe, I would argue Biden is equally as reverent about Catholicism and the Bible as, say, the vehemently pious Nancy “Kill All The Babies” Pelosi or John “Marry Her For The Money” Kerry.

11 thoughts on “A Reading From The Book Of Palms

  1. There was a while when I thought Trump might be in the same boat, when he referenced “Two Corinthians”, which most of us American church goers call Second Corinthians. Until one day, I was listening to a Scottish radio preacher out of the Cleveland area, pronounce it exactly the same way. Go figure!
    “By their fruits ye shall know them”. Still. I’d rather be sitting in church next to Trump than to Biden, if the church roof were to fall in!

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  2. I can’t fault Old Joe from quoting the book of Palms. Don’t forget the potential future President is riddled with dementia. Kind makes it all okay, right?

    Oh, and if he can be President Elect, so can I.

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  3. Mike AKA Proof – Agreed. Trump is by no means perfect, but I would vote for him for Benevolent Dictator if he chose to do so. Still leaps and bounds better than any Democrat.

    RG – We’re all President-Elect now!

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