Joe Biden Flubs COVID-19 Deaths: ‘it’s estimated that 200 million people have died’

Democrat presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden goofed again on the campaign trail regarding COVID-19 deaths, saying “it’s estimated that 200 million people have died” due to the virus.

Biden made the flub while speaking at an event in Philadelphia over the weekend.

In June, Biden also had the number of COVID-19 deaths wrong.

The New York Post reports:

“Now we have over 120 million dead from COVID,” Biden continued before correcting himself to say “120,000,” which was not captured by the pool cameraman.

That’s not all Biden flubbed in Philadelphia.

Biden claimed President Trump wanted him to release the names of potential Supreme Court justice nominees following the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday, however, President Trump had previously made the request to Biden.

Critics responded on social media.

Biden also didn’t take questions following his remarks in Philadelphia.

The media is beginning to question Biden’s go-slow campaign strategy.

A CBS reporter questioned why Biden wasn’t out in the public campaigning more following the announcement of no public events over the weekend.

Comments responding to the reporter were posted on social media.

Biden, along with his running mate Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) didn’t take questions when they appeared together after he announced his vp pick and you can hear the media getting rushed out of the room.

Considering the flubs and mistakes made by Biden on the campaign trail, his handlers don’t want to expose him to the media because they have no idea what he might say next.