News

WATCH: Did Biden introduce granddaughter as deceased son Beau at Philadelphia rally?

Natalie Biden had to whisper in the ear of her gaffe-prone grandfather to correct him.
Tue Nov 3, 2020 - 6:27 pm EST
Featured Image
Befuddled Joe Biden referred to his granddaughter Natalie as his dead son Beau during an election day rally in Philadelphia. YouTube screenshot

PHILADELPHIA, November 3, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – In what critics are calling another one of Joe Biden’s blunders, the Democrat presidential candidate introduced his granddaughter as his dead son, Beau, during a Philadelphia election day rally.  

“This is my son Beau Biden, who a lot of you helped elect to the senate in Delaware,” he said, after stating that he was going to introduce the crowd to two of his granddaughters.  

The crowd grew quiet as his granddaughter leaned in to whisper in his ear. "This is my, my granddaughter Natalie. No wait, no wait. I got the wrong one,” he self-corrected.  

“This is Natalie. This is Beau’s daughter. And we are out campaigning together.”  

The crowd cheered and Biden went on to introduce a second granddaughter, Finnegan, daughter of Hunter, who goes to school in Philadelphia. 

Joseph “Beau” Biden died five years ago of brain cancer. Despite Biden’s comments today, his son was never a senator, but he did serve two terms as Delaware’s Attorney General. Beau intended to run for governor, but his political career was cut short by his illness and subsequent death.  

— Article continues below Petition —
  Show Petition Text
0 have signed the petition.
Let's get to 1!
Thank you for signing this petition!
Add your signature:
  Show Petition Text
Keep me updated via email on this
petition and related issues.
Keep me updated via email on this petition and related issues.
  Hide Petition Text

  2020 presidential election, beau biden, democrats, finnegan biden, hunter biden, joe biden, natalie biden, philadelphia

Keep this news available to you and millions more

Your gift will spread truth, defeat lies, and save lives


Share this article