After a tornado struck the area on 31st March, Joe Biden incorrectly referred to the town as Rolling Stone. On the internet, people were ecstatic at his pronouncement of the Mississippi's town.
Read on to find out more about Joe Biden's use of Rolling Fork in his address to netizens.
A destructive tornado struck Mississippi, causing many people to flee their homes and livelihoods.
However, later President Joe Biden visited the affected area including the Mississippi's Rolling Fork town, and addressed the local population there. However, the address that Biden delivered at the rolling fork has gone viral on the internet because the president became confused with the name of the town Rolling Fork.
As Joe Biden visited Rolling Fork, a tornado-affected town, he referred to the area's name as Rolling Stone. Yet he corrected that later. In his address, he said, "I'm making sure you get a place to sleep and food to eat, helping you rebuild your lives in Rolling Stone."
He mistakenly called the town Rolling Stone twice. Yet, later in his address, he said "I said Rolling Fork. Rolling Stone." "I got my head going here."
Joe Biden's address at Rolling Fork has gone viral on the internet. Some people on social media have criticized Biden for calling the event a "Rolling Stone."
On social media, others commented on the same. One wrote, "He cares so much he bothered mispronouncing the town name." Another wrote "such an embarrassment" referring to Biden's remarks.
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