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Biden Offers Sympathy to Michigan & Houston After Shootings That Happened In El Paso & Ohio

What a silly, silly man.

John Salvatore

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Joe Biden is highly confused.

Two terrible mass shootings took place over the past few days in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio. But don’t tell Joe that.

He thinks they happened in Houston and Michigan.

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Biden at a fundraiser tonight almost immediately spoke of the two recent mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio, at first referring to them as “the tragic events in Houston today and also in Michigan the day before” but later correcting himself, according to pooler
@LAWinkley

“The American people may be running out of tears, but I pray to God we’re not running out of will. A will to do something about what we’re seeing. You know, we don’t need any more thoughts & prayers out of Washington. What we need…is a strength and resolve that I’ve yet to see”

“This is a lot more than about guns. This is about hatred. That’s not hyperbole,” Biden said. “The fact is, white nationalists, white supremacists, these extreme ideologies is growing, is taking root in America.”

Biden said he had not been this angry before today. “You know what, the President’s words have meaning – no matter who he or she is. They are the face of America…When you give a safe harbor to hate from the oval office, it gives license to extremism all across the country.”

Washington Examiner has more:

Sunday was not the first time that Biden mixed up names on the 2020 campaign trail. In May, Biden confused former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who left office in 1990, with then-Prime Minister Theresa May.

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During a Democratic primary debate last week, Biden misstated his frequent line about eight years of Trump, among other flubs. Biden warned that “eight more years of Trump will change America in a fundamental way,” even though Trump is constitutionally limited to one more four-year term after 2020.

Oh, Joe.

Such a character.

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President Trump Criticizes Democrats After What He Called A ‘Crazy, Chaotic’ Debate

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Schumer Calls Trump Budget Demand To Fight Coronavirus Inadequate, Requests $8.5B

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Senate Democrats don’t feel that President Trump’s $2.5 billion budget request to help fight against the spread of the coronavirus, instead seeking to pull in $8.5 billion. According to a top aide, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer “is preparing a detailed Senate request” to ask Congress for the money. Check out more from The Washington Examiner: “Expect Schumer’s request to be finalized this morning and sent to appropriators,” the aide said. Democrats on Tuesday dismissed the Trump administration’s $2.5 billion emergency funding request as far too low to prepare the nation to combat the virus in an adequate manner, given its spread in several countries. Democrats point out Congress appropriated $7 billion to battle the spread of the H1N1 virus 11 years ago. Congress is preparing to take up the supplemental spending measure soon, but the final number will have to be negotiated between Democrats and Republicans in both chambers. The House, which is currently run by Democrats, hasn’t yet proposed a spending number, but will take up the legislation first as usual. Republicans in the Senate actually agreed with their Democrat counterparts, stating the figure proposed by President Trump might be a bit too low. Regardless of where you stand on spending for this, the bottom line is that the coronavirus is pretty scary stuff and nations around the world need to be taking proper precautions to ensure the spread of this virus is contained until a vaccine and treatment can be created to prevent it from being a worldwide pandemic. The disease’s death toll has risen substantially since the outbreak began in Wuhan, China, and if we want to avoid seeing those kind of numbers here on American soil, it’s going to cost a pretty penny to put all the safety measures in place.

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