Biden's Latest Gaffe Is Sure To Make Dems Cringe
Dem Frontrunner Joe Biden is at it again just spouting out words hoping they will form a coherent sentence and he has once again shown us just how bad off he is. This time it was during an interview with a CBS reporter that asked him about Hunter Biden's China connections and whether it was hurting his campaign.
"...And are you vulnerable on this issue at all because of your son's business dealings in China? The CBS reporter asked.
"My son's business dealings [in China] were not anything what everybody that he's talking about, not even remotely, number one," Biden spouted.
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JOE BIDEN: "My son's business dealings [in China] were not anything what everybody that he's talking about, not even remotely, number one."pic.twitter.com/cDhQCgNFLh
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Come on now how can this guy be running for president of the United States? And furthermore, how could Dems actually vote for him? There is something clearly wrong here. It's worse than usual. His gaffes normally are at least semi-decipherable, but this time it appears we are going to need a cipher or decoder ring. I don't even know what he was trying to say. This is why the Biden campaign didn't want more debates with Sanders and likely why they cut back his campaign schedule regardless of the pandemic.
"Biden’s age — he’ll be 78 in November — has been seen by some as a liability ever since he launched his campaign last year. While he has been billed by those around him as the most electable Democrat to take on President Trump this year, some wonder if he has the zeal to compete.
“A lot of people are nervous that he’s lost some of his mojo,” said one major Democratic donor. “They’re getting nervous about him going toe to toe with Trump. But the problem is, there doesn’t seem to be an alternative.”
Dems had plenty of alternatives. Bloomberg even joined the race to give them an alternative to Sanders. But instead, Dems went with bumbling Biden that struggles to remember his own name, where he is, what he is running for, and now he is struggling to form sentences. And they think he can beat Trump...