If it wasn’t already blatantly obvious, Joe Biden made it abundantly clear on Sunday.
He needs to drop from the 2020 presidential race, even though he just recently declared.
Not only is Joe currently 76-years-old but he can’t remember who is alive and who isn’t.
For example, conservative British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher died six years ago in 2013. And yet, Biden says she recently called him to talk regarding her concerns about President Trump.
Joe, Joe, Joe. SMH.
A donor urged the former vice president to respond with his own nicknames for Trump, but Biden said he’d aim to keep discourse at a higher level. “The only place he has any confidence is in the mud. The only thing he doesn’t know how to respond to is issues and specifics,” he said.Advertisement - story continues below
Even so, at another point in his response to the question, Biden referred to Trump as a “no good S.O.B.” who would likely turn to attacking his children and grandchildren, “the last people I want to go through” what Trump is likely to hurl their way.
Biden also told donors that he’s heard from 14 heads of state from around the world who’ve voiced concerns to him about Trump. That list included Margaret Thatcher, he said, before correcting what he called a “Freudian slip,” that he was actually referring to current British Prime Minister Theresa May.
Just a few hundred people in Columbia, SC waiting to hear what 2020 presidential candidate @JoeBiden has to say in his 1st visit to the palmetto state since officially announcing his candidacy. @FoxNewsMMR pic.twitter.com/CGwOWvaxSA
— Charles Watson (@chuckreports) May 4, 2019
Remember when Barack Obama said you can keep your doctor? How about all the times he said premiums would drop?
Remember when Nancy Pelosi said we’ll have to pass the Affordable Care Act to see what’s in it?
Yeah. How’d that work out for us?
Now, Biden is saying he has an idea for health care but just “doesn’t have the time” to spell it all out for the American people.
From Washington Examiner:
Joe Biden won’t give details on how he plans to offer a public healthcare option for Americans.
Throughout his tour of Iowa and South Carolina, Biden has repeatedly stressed how healthcare is now a “human right” and that he will help finish the job of Obamacare by creating the ability for Americans to buy into Medicare instead of relying on private health insurance.
In South Carolina, Biden spoke again about a Medicare buy-in program, but declined to point to a specific bill. He said in Iowa City last week: “I don’t have time; I don’t want to keep you standing any longer.”
Sure is a good thing he had nothing to do with the last administration attempting to fix healthcare.
Sure is a good thing he had nothing to do with the last administration attempting to fix healthcare. https://t.co/NQ6Zr2UG6o
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) May 5, 2019
he’ll have one as soon as somebody tells him what it is…………..you conservatives are so critical🥳🤣🤣🤣🤣😇
he'll have one as soon as somebody tells him what it is…………..you conservatives are so critical🥳🤣🤣🤣🤣😇 https://t.co/pEr4Vqub5q
— jimgray (@farmergray) May 5, 2019
WTF happened to BFDcare?
WTF happened to BFDcare? https://t.co/EePYjsfn1R
— Son of Dr. Spengler (@spengjr) May 5, 2019
Biden is a low-functioning, empty-headed layabout, all qualities that have made him a prominent Democrat for almost half of a century.
Biden is a low-functioning, empty-headed layabout, all qualities that have made him a prominent Democrat for almost half of a century. https://t.co/itr1PT6e1X
— SFK (@stephenkruiser) May 5, 2019
If we just passed it we’d have enough time to find out what’s in it
If we just passed it we’d have enough time to find out what’s in it https://t.co/uANvJBqRRM
— Hunter (@hdrake97) May 5, 2019
This isn’t the best look for Joe.