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BIDEN: ‘3 Nanochip, Chips That Are 3 Nano, Any – Y’Know What I’m Saying, Nano-Nono, I Don’t Know’

BIDEN: ‘3 Nanochip, Chips That Are 3 Nano, Any – Y’Know What I’m Saying, Nano-Nono, I Don’t Know’

President Joe Biden committed another trademark gaffe while delivering remarks in Arizona this week, bungling a phrase about “nanochips.”

“It will construct a second fab [sic] in Phoenix to build chips, three nanochips, three nanochip, chips that are three nano,” Biden stuttered. “Any – you know what I’m saying. Nano-nono, I don’t know.”

The 79-year-old President’s gaffe did not receive any attention from the corporate media, was widely noticed on social media.

Biden committed multiple gaffes last week during French President Emmanuel Macron’s official visit to the United States.

In a joint address with Macron, Biden mangled the name of the Marquis de Lafayette, a French military officer  and pivotal figure during the American Revolution in the 1770s.

“From the spirit of Marcus duh L-Lafayette who helped secure the success of our revolution,” Biden mumbled.

“Marquis” is a title, not the French equivalent of the first name “Marcus.”

An official White House transcript of Biden’s remarks had “Marcus” crossed out with a line through it, and “Marquis” written in brackets next to it.

In a later address, Biden went on to call France “Frank,” eliciting a confused expression from Macron.

“France was our first ally, first country to fly the American flag after our revolution,” Biden said. “And Frank hosted the first diplomatic post before – more than anything else –  France has been our first friend.”

Biden also mispronounced Macron’s named as “Macrone,” rhyming with “alone,” multiple times.

Mispronunciations of commonly known words have been plaguing the Biden administration as of late.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre did not appear to know how to correctly pronounce the word “Nobel” in Nobel Prize last month, repeatedly pronouncing it as “noble.”

This news and commentary by Gabriel Keane originally appeared on Valiant News.


  • Gabriel Keane

    A shy gamer who built multiple social media pages totaling hundreds of thousands of followers since 2016, and was one of the first viral content creators to be deplatformed by Big Tech.

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Comments 7

  1. R B says:

    Since the investments for this chip factory in Arizona were set in action by President Trump, it’s interesting to note that once again biden is trying to take credit for the work of others.
    I know this will be prominently listed by biden as one of his accomplishments because biden is always ready to take credit for what others have done but is quick to blame others for screwups he has made.

    • Grayfox41 says:

      That is what incompetent people do. Biden comes from a swamp filled with incompetent politicians from the left side of the isle.

  2. TGP389 says:

    Oh, yeah. 84 million votes. Yeah. I believe that. Right…

    That twit Jean-Pierre is just stupid. The Usurper Bidet is old. Old AND stupid.

    • Emma says:

      He has always been stupid. Not just since the Alzheimer. Delusional, and brainless.the Demorats very best!

  3. Doug Litchfield says:

    Bringing chips and dip to a party now conjures up a whole new menu. Salsa shouldn’t refer to the conical hat wearer in the corner will it?

  4. mm says:

    This is not Biden in the flesh! Where is the real Biden!!

  5. TruthLaser says:

    The truth has been exposed. How could PinocchiJoe be president? He says “Nano-nono” revealing he is not only not American, he is not of this earth any more than Mork from Ork.

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