Humiliating: Biden Suffers Major Brain Lapse on Nat’l TV, Gives Up and Says, ‘Uh, Um, What Am I Doing Here?’

Joe Biden suffered a major brain lapse during a softball presidential CNN townhall.

“This might as well have been a campaign rally to sell his agenda and his image,” Western Journal notes.

The moment occurred as a Loyola University student named Anna Hirsch asked a question to Biden.

“Growing up in a small town,” Hirsch began, “I’ve been surrounded by small business owners including my mom, who owns her own interior design business.”

She continued, “With the current supply chain crisis, small businesses are in jeopardy of not being able to get products that they need because priority is given to large businesses.”

She asked, “Does your administration have any policies or plans in place to aid the current supply chain problem and/or to help small businesses that are affected by this?”

Biden acknowledged “we have a significant supply chain problem,” but he attempted to blame “inventory management.”

He responded, “Now that’s a big problem. You can’t — people can’t do it. They want to get out ahead.”

“What I’ve recently done, and people said — or doubted we could get it done, I was able to go to the private portion — 40 percent of all products coming into the United States of America on the West Coast go through Los Angeles and –“

Then Biden paused, said, “Uh, um,” and asked, “What am I doing here?”

Watch the clip:

Here’s a look at some of Biden’s other blunders in just the first 21 days of October.

The month isn’t even over yet, Western Journal notes.