Jesus walked on water and now Biden hilariously thinks he can do the same.
President Biden sparked a wave of online criticism recently when he seemingly disclosed intentions to construct a railway that would span from the Pacific Ocean to the Indian Ocean, catching many by surprise.
In transcript provided by Fox, Biden confidently declared, “We have plans to build a railroad from the Pacific all the way across the Indian Ocean. We have plans to build in Angola, one of the largest solar plants in the world. I could go on, but I’m not. I’m going off script. I’m going to get in trouble.”
Biden’s statement quickly faced doubt and skepticism on social media, with one Twitter user hilariously dubbing the concept as an “ocean train.”
Former GOP Congressman Jason Chaffetz mocked biden and wrote, “Bold initiative, Mr. President.”
Another Conservative mocked Biden’s transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg and said, “Wow. Mayor Pete really does walk on water.”
At the time of the report, the White House had not provided a prompt response to the request for comment.
During the dinner, Biden received notable endorsements for his re-election campaign from four organizations: the League of Conservation Voters Action Fund, NextGen PAC, NRDC Action Fund, and the Sierra Club.
Once more, Biden reiterated his concern regarding the “existential threat” posed by climate change, highlighting his administration’s efforts in initiating what he referred to as the “most ambitious climate and environmental justice campaign in American history.”
BIDEN: “We have plans to build a railroad from the Pacific all the way across the Indian Ocean” pic.twitter.com/p3yvuaupsF
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