Video: During The Thanksgiving Turkey Pardon Biden Shows How Fast He Can Move When He Is Going To Fill His Pants

President Biden pardoned two lucky turkeys Monday to mark the 76th anniversary of the National Thanksgiving Turkey Ceremony, one of the time-honored, albeit quirky, White House traditions.

“I hereby pardon Liberty and Bell! Alright,” the president said, to applause. “Congratulations, birds! Congratulations.”

“These birds have a new appreciation of the word, ‘let freedom ring,'” Mr. Biden said.

This year’s turkey pardon ceremony happens to fall on Mr. Biden’s 81st birthday. The president doesn’t have any other plans on his public schedule.

However, he had to abruptly leave his turkey pardon ceremony, in a video he can be seen running back inside and the internet went wild because Biden Biden revealed to the world how fast he can move when he is going to fill his pants.

Video below:

Here are some of the comments:

Well, that’s what the American public implicates of what was POTUS doing today!

He also he mistakenly referred to Britney Spears instead of Taylor Swift.

Biden was in the midst of pardoning two turkeys, Liberty and Bell, when he mistakenly used the name Britney in an apparent reference to Swift’s current international tour.

“Just to get here, Liberty and Bell had to beat some tough odds and competition. They had to work hard, to show patience, and be willing to travel over 1,000 miles,” Biden said. “You could say it’s even harder than getting a ticket to the Renaissance tour or, or Britney’s tour. She’s down, it’s kind of warm in Brazil right now.”

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