Biden Gaffe: Speaks On ‘Honor Of The Holocaust’ Rather Than ‘Horror Of The Holocaust’

On Wednesday, President Biden arrived in Israel to begin a tour of the Middle East. During his arrival speech, he completely failed to pronounce the name of the Jerusalem Holocaust museum Yad Vashem and accidentally said that we must “keep alive the truth and honor of the Holocaust” rather than the “horror of the Holocaust.”

“Later today, I will once more return to the hallowed ground of Yad Sh- — Vashem to honor the 6 million Jewish lives that were stolen in a genocide and continue — which we must do every, every day — continue to bear witness, to keep alive the truth and honor of the Holocaust — horror of the Holocaust, honor those we lost so that we never, ever forget that lesson, you know, and to continue our shared, unending work to fight the poison of anti-Semitism wherever it raises its ugly head.  Wherever we find it in the world, we make real on the promise of ‘never again’ by taking it on,” Biden said. “We have a full agenda over the next two days, because the relationship between Israel and the United States covers every issue that matters to our mutual futures.”

“We’re united in our shared values and are our shared vision.  I’m looking forward to our time together over the next few days,” Biden added. “May Israel and the United States continue to grow and prosper together for the benefit of the entire world.  And I mean that: for the benefit of the entire world.”

The speech came shortly after a confused Biden asked the group he was with, “What am I doing now?” and had to be shown which direction to walk while on a red carpet from the plane that only went one direction.

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