With Many Dead and Over 100 Still Missing, Tone-Deaf Biden Finds ‘Silver Lining’ in Florida Tragedy: ‘You Know What’s Good About This?’

Leave it to President Joe Biden to turn a national tragedy into an opportunity for self-adulation.

The tragedy occurred early on the morning of June 24, when a portion of a shorefront condominium located in a Miami, Florida, suburb collapsed — leaving over 100 people dead or missing — according to WPLG-TV.

As of Thursday afternoon, 18 people have been confirmed dead in the wreckage and 145 remain unaccounted for, ABC News reported. The outlet noted that 139 people who were living or staying in the building at the time of the collapse have been accounted for and are safe.

When asked to comment on the emergency situation on June 24, Biden had to be reminded about the tragedy even though it had just occurred that morning.

Such behavior is par for the course for someone that has repeatedly exhibited dementia symptoms.

“Oh, yes, I apologize … yes, thank you …,” Biden stumbled, when reporters threw out questions concerning the federal response to the building collapse.

After first chuckling about his inability to remember the horrific tragedy, the best Biden could offer when actually in Florida one week later was an incredibly tone-deaf rhetorical question.

“You know what’s good about this?” Biden asked as he sat among state leaders during a briefing on the situation.

“It lets the nation know we can cooperate. That’s really important,” the president slurred.

In contrast, GOP Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, the man Biden may face off with in the 2024 presidential race, reacted as a politician should.