Jill Biden Sends Supportive Message To Socialist Country

(RepublicanInformer.com)- It would be best if Jill Biden stuck to speaking English.

On Thursday, Nurse Jill left on a trip around South and Central America in order to highlight the United States’ continued commitment to the region.

Jill Biden began her tour on Thursday in Ecuador and will go to Panama and Costa Rica on Friday.

During her speech in Ecuador, the First Lady made an effort to communicate in Spanish to curry favor with the so-called “Latinx” community members.

Jill yelled “buenas tardes!” (which translates to “good afternoon”) on behalf of both her husband and the people of the United States.

The people of the United States would be honored to know that Jill yelled “good afternoon” to Ecuadorians on their behalf.

The gathered crowd politely applauded.

On Cesar Chavez Day, the first lady tried her hand at “hispandering” and butchered the phrase “Si Se Puede,” which is translated from Spanish as “Yes, it is possible” or “Yes, we can.”

The blunder took place when the first lady made an appearance at an event for farmworkers in Delano, California, alongside the governor of California, Gavin Newsom. The event honors the late Latin American civil rights activist César Chávez.

During her speech to a socially diverse audience, Jill Biden began by remarking that Chavez “knew that no matter the difficulties, when people join together unified in a purpose, everything is possible.”

After that, while wrapping up her speech, Biden stated with a lot of enthusiasm, “So say it with me, ‘Se se pwaud-way,’ the future is ours.” Thank you.”
She then gave a quick wave as she stepped away from the microphone. Newsom and Jill left the stage and were sent off with some small polite applause.

In the 1970s, Chavez and his United Farm Workers utilized the slogan “S se puede” as their motto, which roughly translates to “Yes we can.” This phrase became widespread as a result of Chavez and his organization.

It’s not that big of an issue, but everyone is old enough to recall when President Trump’s mispronunciations would fill news cycles 24/7.