Joe Biden feels like the belle of the ball. He made his announcement that he’s taking on Trump, so now he makes the rounds.
The View offered Biden a safe space to start his campaign. Too bad they kept the “cry closet” in the green room, as Creepy Joe let the tears flow on cue.
As The Daily Mail reported,
Biden broke down while discussing his late son Beau Biden, who urged him to run for president before his death from brain cancer at age 46.
‘He said dad promise me, give me your word as a Biden, you will not back away. What he meant was, he knew I would always take care of the family to the best of my knowledge. But he didn’t want me to withdraw from the things that motivated my whole life and trying to get engaged and change things and try to make things better,’ said Biden, who titled a book on the subject, ‘Promise me, Dad.’
Asked if that was why he was running, Biden responded: ‘He’s not why I’m running, But I hope as I’ve – this sounds stupid,’ growing more emotional. ‘When I get up in the morning, I think about, I hope he’s proud of me,’ he continued.
No, Beau isn’t the reason Biden is running.
Biden-the-Elder explained his real reason for running in his creepy middle-of-the-night created video, where Biden explained his outrage of Charlottesville.
In his long-expected presidential announcement video, Biden criticized Trump for saying there were “very fine people on both sides” of the 2017 Charlottesville incident.
“With those words, the president of the United States assigned a moral equivalence between those spreading hate and those with the courage to stand against it,” Biden said. “And in that moment, I knew the threat to this nation was unlike any I’d ever seen in my lifetime.”
There it was. The spark that lit Biden’s fuse.
Funny, he didn’t mention that when asked many times before if he might make go for a third ass-kicking in yet another soon-to-be failed presidential run.
While on the subject, let’s take a peek back at Biden’s two past bids — launched in 1987 and 2007.
Biden’s first campaign was derailed rather quickly in September 1987 after a plagiarism scandal culminated in an admission he lifted — nearly verbatim — a speech originally given by a British politician.
In other words, Biden was too lazy to write his own speech. But he thinks he wants to run a campaign against the hardest working man in politics.
Understand also, the plagiarizing Biden was Biden circa 1987. The Biden of 32 years ago couldn’t compete with Trump. So you know the 2019 version is toast.
In 2007 Biden screwed up even worse than plagiary. He actually misspoke against baby black Jesus.
In his 2007 bid, Biden inartfully described his then-Democratic rival, Sen. Barack Obama, as “the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy.”
Luckily for Biden, Obama recognized just how big an ass Biden could be, and selected him as his running mate.
Simply put, in 2007 Biden couldn’t beat a snake-oil salesman from questionable origins.
Nor could he beat any other braindead moronic Democrat running in either 1987 or 2007.
Biden proves to be his own worst enemy time and again. And this time will be no different. Biden is an anachronism, stuck in yesteryear. His tactic may seem colloquial to him, but they are distasteful to the populace he claims he wants to support.
Democrats see him as the moderate. And compared to the rest of the Neanderthals he most certainly is. But Biden is also quintessentially Biden. The gaffe machine, and let’s not forget Creepy Joe.
What does 2019 forebode for Biden?
He won’t get through the primary. And if he believes crying on The View about his dead son will win him an election, I suggest Biden get ready for a lot more tears.