Have You Heard What Biden Said?

jason kraus

by Daveda Gruber:

Former Vice President Joe Biden is the current front runner in the 2020 Democratic primary but this may come to an end as the man clearly has a problem with gaffes.

Biden, who is 76 years old now and will be 77 in November seems to get confused easily. The man, at times, appears to try to cover up his mistakes and sometimes he lets them slide because he may not even know what he said wrong.

Biden appears to be not as left leaning as some of his competitors and that may appeal to some Democrats who lean all the way to the left.

While talking to a group of Asian and Latino Commission in Des Moines, Iowa. Biden said, “We have this notion that somehow if you’re poor, you cannot do it. Poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids.”

At the Iowa State Fair Biden mystified some in the crowd when he said, ” We choose truth over facts.”

Remember that Biden would be 78 years old if he won the Democratic nomination and that may be a little too old to start a term of the presidency if he were even able to win.

Would creepy uncle Joe even have enough stamina to run against President Trump? The campaign trail can be grueling and public speaking appearances and debates need a lot of focus. Does Biden have the intelligence to be on the ball to get through all of this? No, I don’t believe so.

Would we hear more gaffes from him? Probably we would hear more than we need or want to hear. The gaffes are already happening more frequently.

There are two new gaffes that are on video. They are pretty bad ones.

I’d say that Biden is too old and confused to run even in the Democratic primary let alone run against Trump for the presidency but then, that’s only my humble opinion.

See Biden gaffes here:

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