Watch! Biden Creepily Whispers to Naval Academy’s Class of 2022: 'I Am Your Commander-in-Chief'

On Friday, President Joe Biden addressed the US Naval Academy's Class of 2022 graduation and commissioning ceremony in Annapolis, Maryland.

Our geriatric so-called leader trashed Russian President Vladimir Putin and blamed the Russia for the world's current problems

“He NATO-ized all of Europe,” Biden claimed of Putin.

Perhaps the most embarrassing and puzzling part of all was when Biden leaned forward and creepily whispered to the crowd, “I’m your Commander-in-Chief."

He added, “So don’t ask me too tough a question, okay?”

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If he can't handle the "tough" questions then he does not need to be running an entire country! We are literally the laughing stock of the world right now.

During that speech, Biden also falsely claimed he applied to the Naval Academy in 1965, which is the same year he graduated from the University of Delaware at the bottom of his class.

“I was told the Class of ’72 is here. I was appointed to the academy in 1965 by a senator who I was running against in 1972 — never planned it that way. I wasn’t old enough to be sworn in. I was only 29 years old when I was running,” he lied.

Biden rambled, “He was a fine man. His name is J. Caleb Boggs. I didn’t come to the academy because I wanted to be a football star. And you had a guy named [Roger] Staubach and [Joe] Bellino here. So I went to Bellino and Staubach are the only two Navy football players to win the Heisman Trophy as the best college football players in America. Bellino won the award in 1960, while Staubach did so in 1963.”

“But all kidding aside,” he added, “the best line of the debate was after it’s all over, the announcer, the questioner — who was a good guy, but supported my opponent, who was a good man as well, I might add — and he said, ‘Sen. Boggs, is there anything else you want to say?’ And he said, ‘Yes, just one thing.’ And he took the microphone. He said, ‘You know, Joe, if you accepted my commission to the — my appointment to the academy,’ he said, ‘you’d still have one year and three months’ active duty and I’d have no problems right now.’”

This never happened.