Former Vice President and current 2020 Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden took the stage in Cedar Rapids on Saturday and gave bizarre speech about spaghetti sauce during his speech to 700 Teamsters Union members at the Teamsters Presidential Candidate Forum.
The event occurred at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium and began on Saturday afternoon. Teamsters General President James P. Hoffa introduced the forum saying, “”This time we’re seeing a lot more dialogue (from Democrats). And a lot more interest from the principal candidates.”
There were six Democratic presidential candidates in Iowa at the event.
Biden had a viral moment at the forum when he appeared to lose track of what he was talking about. Newsmax’ John Cardillo tweeted the clip saying, “At this point, it’s just cruelty pretend that Biden is all there.”
I wasn’t planning on voting for Biden but then I heard him talk about stacking spaghetti sauce and I have to admit I like his position on this issue
— Stephe96 (@Stephe96) December 7, 2019
Cardillo followed the post saying, “I wasn’t planning on voting for Biden but then I heard him talk about stacking spaghetti sauce and I have to admit I like his position on this issue.”
Trump formerly mocked the Teamsters Union and said that the some of the members wanted to endorse him instead of Hillary in 2016. The Teamsters endorsed Hillary Clinton three months before the general election.
On Saturday, Hoffa referred to Hillary Clinton as a bad candidate. “You can’t take labor for granted, as Hillary did last time,” Hoffa said. “I think that’s one of the reasons Trump won last time — he talked to workers. He talked about opening up the mines. He talked about opening up steel mills. He talked about what’s going on in America. I think that was avoided (by Democrats).”
Biden has suffered an increasing number of gaffes on the campaign trail during his “No Malarchy” tour. Many have began wondering about his health and mental state. Trump has referred to the Democrat frontrunner as “sleepy” in reference to his strange speeches.