VIDEO: Biden mocked for ’embarrassing’ gaffe during speech about Capitol riot

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President Biden honored law enforcement officers and election officials involved in the events surrounding the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot during a Friday ceremony.

Biden honored the election officials and law enforcement officers with the Presidential Citizens Medal, saying that “history will remember” their names.

“You held the line that day and what was on the line was our democracy,” Biden said. “And history will remember your names and remember your courage. But remember your bravery. Remember your extraordinary commitments to your fellow Americans. It’s not hyperbole. That’s a fact. That’s a fact.”

“It’s not exaggeration to say America owes you, owes you all. I really mean this. A debt, a debt of gratitude, one we can never fully repay unless we live up to what you did live up to,” Biden declared to the 14 recipients of the award.

Then Biden made a major gaffe, as he quoted the wrong date of riot at the Capitol.

“If I can halt for a second and just say to you the impact what happened on July 6 had international repercussions beyond what I think any of you can fully understand,” he said.

Biden presented the honor to several Capitol Police officers, and multiple people who played prominent roles in the 2020 election, including former Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers, Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson, and Georgia election workers Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss.

Biden’s gaffe is being mocked on social media, with many asking what happened on July 6?

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