The Democratic Party is in some serious trouble for 2020.
You see, of all of the multitude of candidates that they were able to gather at one point in the race, they still decided to go with the rich, old, career politician, despite the desperate and voluminous outcry they faced from their constituents.
Barring a true calamity, (which we can’t really rule out this week), former Vice President Joe Biden will be the Democratic Party’s 2020 nominee, despite the fact that he’s told a town hall attendee that he’s “a damn liar” and “fat”. Oh, and then he called another female attendee a “lying, dog-face pony soldier” before this week telling a Detroit auto worker that he was “full of s—“.
And this strange confrontational streak isn’t the only thing that has Democratic voters worried. Biden is also a septuagenarian who consistently says bizarre and untrue things, and remains generally out of touch with reality.
This week was no different in that regard.
Joe Biden has largely been absent from public view for the last several days, but on Friday, he told reporters he’s now heard about this newfangled gizmo that just might help him: teleconferencing.
During a call with reporters, the Democrat frontrunner said he is “desperately” looking to be in contact with Americans, and, “They tell me there’s ways we can do teleconferencing via us all being in different locations.”
Even stranger still – Biden participated in just such an even days ago.
Biden attempted to hold a virtual town hall meeting last Friday via “teleconferencing” with disastrous consequences, as Breitbart News detailed at the time.
Biden’s forthcoming pick for Vice President will likely be a make-or-break moment for the Democratic Party, who is already fighting an uphill battle against incumbent Republican President Donald Trump.
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