Lazy eyes listen
Donald Trump took aim at Joe Biden’s most recent gaffe during an Ohio rally where the former president said his successor is ‘confused’ and is ‘taking orders from the Easter Bunny.’
‘Our country is being destroyed, our country’s going to hell,’ Trump said to a crowd of thousands of supporters at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in central Ohio on Saturday evening.
‘We’ve never had anything like this and we have a president right now, sadly, who has absolutely no idea what the hell is happening,’ he continued of Biden. ‘He’s shaking hands with the air. He’s walking around, somewhat bewildered. I’d say – it’s no good. And taking orders from the Easter Bunny. You see that one?’
‘You know, the Easter Bunny was a political operative,’ Trump chuckled. ‘He did a good job, actually. We should hire that guy.’
Last week, a person dressed up as the Easter Bunny at the White House Easter Egg Roll was seen moving along a ‘confused’ Biden after he ‘wandered off’ to answer questions and take selfies with kids at the event.
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I wonder whose idea this was pic.twitter.com/KNxtSyhyTk— Dr. Perry Brimah MD., MS. Author, Right Advocate (@DrPerryBrimah) April 18, 2022
Why is the Easter Bunny directing the President of the United States 🥲🥲🥲🥲🥲🥲🥲🥲 pic.twitter.com/9bgXQJ6EXW— Abigail Marone 🇺🇸 (@abigailmarone) April 18, 2022
Trump rambled about several topics during his more than hour-long rally 10 days before the Ohio primary election, including ranting about water pressure and claiming he saved the washing machine industry when he was in office.
He also claimed that the lack of credit he received on COVID vaccines was the fault of his public relations department and not his policies.
‘Now you look at the Biden administration was unable to get the tests done, they created unyielding and unsustainable and totally horrific mandates and radical mask regulations,’ Trump told his supporters.
‘And we did just the opposite and we had far better success in every single category – except for public relations,’ he admitted. ‘You know we were too busy working to think about public relations.’