Biden prais­es Con­gres­sion­al Black Cau­cus at His­pan­ic Cau­cus event

Pres­i­dent Joe Biden turned heads at a Con­gres­sion­al His­pan­ic Cau­cus event after mis­tak­ing one cau­cus for anoth­er, the lat­est in a series of recent speak­ing sna­fus.
Biden com­pli­ment­ed the integri­ty of the Con­gres­sion­al Black Cau­cus dur­ing a speech at the Con­gres­sion­al His­pan­ic Cau­cus Insti­tute’s 46th Annu­al Awards Gala in Wash­ing­ton. He spoke in hon­or of gala award recip­i­ent Sis­ter Nor­ma Pimentel, exec­u­tive direc­tor of Catholic Char­i­ties of the Rio Grande Val­ley.
“I know Sis­ter Nor­ma lives the lessons nuns taught me grow­ing up. Lessons based on the Gospel of Matthew: feed the hun­gry, care for the sick, wel­come strangers,” Biden said on Thurs­day. “They echo what my dad taught me, and I mean this sin­cere­ly. My dad used to say, ‘Every­one, every­one is enti­tled to be treat­ed with dig­ni­ty and respect.’ The Con­gres­sion­al Black Cau­cus embod­ies all those val­ues.”

The pres­i­dent did not cor­rect him­self, as he some­times does after a slip-up in a speech, and con­tin­ued to praise the cau­cus on its mer­its.
“Just think of the work we’ve done togeth­er on civ­il rights, labor rights, health­care, edu­ca­tion,” Biden said. “Folks, we’ve fun­da­men­tal­ly changed the direc­tion of our econ­o­my to grow it from the mid­dle out and the bot­tom up.”
This is Biden’s lat­est blun­der after he appeared to snub Br …