Stimulate Your Senses? Twitterians Mock President Joe Biden for Mispronouncing Vaccine Site Name

In this March 30, 2021, President Joe Biden speaks after signing the PPP Extension Act of 2021, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. Biden wants $2 trillion to reengineer America???s infrastructure and expects the nation???s corporations to pay for it. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

by Evgeny Mikhaylov

Biden, who has been dealing with a stutter his entire life, has made several explosive gaffes over the last few years, like saying that he had been in the Senate “for 120 years”, calling his Vice President Kamala Harris “president-elect”, or forgetting Donald Trump’s name.

US President Joe Biden had yet another mishap during a Tuesday speech, misprounouncing the name of the website dedicated to COVID-19 vaccinations, calling it “vaccines.gum” instead of “”.

“We’re going to make it easier than ever to get vaccinated. Visit vaccines.gum – .gov, vaccines.gum – or text to, text your zip code to 438829”, Biden said, as he tried to correct himself, but said the wrong name once again.

President Biden tells everyone to visit “vaccines.gum” for information on how to get vaccinated.

— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) May 4, 2021

The president also mispronounced the acronym for the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

“I’m asking people to continue to follow the CCD guidance – CDC guidelines”, he said.

As usual, many people didn’t miss the opportunity to mock the president’s gaffe on Twitter.

Vaccine.Bubblacious for grape flavored vaccine.

— Wayne Dwade (@sarahpalindrome) May 5, 2021

We are supposed to believe 80 million voted for this 😂

— Unapologetic (@KneelForNoMan) May 4, 2021

— 🦷Dr.Fixodent-Elect🦷🎅🏼🎄🦇🦴🎃🥂🤤🔞🚬🌬️🥳🤮🤡 (@FixodentElect) May 4, 2021

The internet trolls are off their game today. There’s still nothing there … missed opportunity!

— Robert Craigen (@RCsEvilTwin) May 4, 2021

But Foster Brooks was funny

— Kyvetbiker (@semccane) May 4, 2021



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