by Maxwell Paddington
SPRINGFIELD, MA — Merriam-Webster updated its definition and usage guidelines of the term “gaffe” to say its use is “widely offensive” after an October 24, 2020 statement by Biden that his campaign had created “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics,”
The change was made a day prior to Biden’s muddling of Trump’s name with “George” [presumably Bush] during an October 25th interview. Consequently, it is considered “widely offensive” to label that, or any other future misstatements, a Biden gaffe.
“Joe has reshaped the national discourse of this country,” said Biden campaign manager, Geppetto S. Marionette. “He’s a true maverick who continually casts aside antiquated assumptions of coherent dialogue and re-defines what it means to speak English.”
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