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Audience Cracks Up Laughing After Biden Breaks Wind At Georgia Democrat Meetup

On May 18, 2024, President Joe Biden visited Mary Mac’s Tea Room in Atlanta, Georgia, for a campaign meeting with primarily African-American voters.
Fox News' Peter Doocy speaks to President Joe Biden at the Arcosa Wind Towers, Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2023, in Belen, N.M. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)(AP)

On May 18, 2024, President Joe Biden visited Mary Mac’s Tea Room in Atlanta, Georgia, for a campaign meeting with primarily African-American voters.

Georgia, traditionally a red state, has become a battleground state, now considered purple, especially after electing two Democratic Senators in 2020. Winning Georgia is crucial for Biden if he aims to defeat Donald Trump in the upcoming election.

Unfortunately for Biden, the meeting took an awkward turn when he unintentionally broke wind, leading to hearty laughter from the audience.

During the meeting, Biden spoke at length about past elections, recalling, “Well, look, it’s good to be back. I was — the last time I was in this room was, I think, 2014, 2015 — in that range. And, you know, as they say in Claymont, Delaware, where I — when we moved from Scranton, Pennsylvania, moved to a little steel town in northern Delaware called Claymont.

And — and you all brung me to the dance. The reason we’re here is because — and all the electeds that are here — and I don’t want to start naming; I’ll leave somebody out — but you really made a gigantic difference. And everybody — it’s easy to forget, but I don’t forget — little elections in January elected two senators— two.”

He continued, “And every- — and re- — I want you all to remember that when we first got elected, we were told that because everything was so close in terms of numbers, we couldn’t get anything big done. We got everything done. Because of you. No, I’m not joking. Because of you. From the Recovery A- — all the way around the horn, all of it. And we’re going to do a lot more.”

Transitioning to the current election, Biden expressed optimism, saying, “You know, I’m — I really appreciate you giving me the opportunity to do this again. And I really mean it when I say — the Congressman knows what I’m talking about — we got a — we got a tight operation. And — and it’s going to be — I think we’re going to do well.”

Addressing poll concerns, he remarked, “I think — and, you know, look, here’s the deal. You hear about how, you know, we’re behind in the polls. Well, so far, the polls haven’t been right once. Now that — look, we’re all — we’re either tie or slightly ahead or slightly behind. But what I look at is actual election results.

And election results are in the primaries. Look at the primaries. Well, Mr. Trump has — he doesn’t have an opponent, but he lost 120,000 votes in Pennsylvania — didn’t vote for him. (Laughter.) They voted for a woman who’s no longer in the race. A hundred th- — I’m — they’re rough numbers; I think it’s 120,000, I think. In — in Indiana, I think it was 100,000 votes.

And my point is that this is — I’m not going to take a lot of time. I want to talk to you individually. But the fact is that this election, a lot is at stake — lots at stake. It’s not about me; it’s about the alternative as well.”

Despite the seriousness of his speech, the atmosphere became comical when Biden broke wind while speaking. The audience’s laughter caused Biden to turn around in surprise, and in a bizarre moment, he saluted the audience, seemingly unaware of the reason for their amusement.


Ben Collis is a freelance journalist for the Trending Politico covering trending human interest/social media stories and the reactions real people have to them. He always seeks to incorporate evidence-based studies, current events, and facts pertinent to these stories to create your not-so-average viral post.
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