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Biden Staffers Get PHYSICAL — Forcibly Block Reporters From Asking Joe Any Questions

You scared, bro?

John Salvatore

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If this isn’t a clear indicator that Joe Biden is worried about embarrassing himself in public with one of his legendary gaffes, than nothing is.

Members of Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign are apparently physically blocking reporters from asking the former vice president any questions.

Sounds like a typical leftist move, doesn’t it?

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A freelance reporter covering Joe Biden’s presidential campaign launch says the campaign has gotten physical in its attempts to block the press from questioning the former vice president.

Marcus DiPaola, a videographer who was on the trail with Biden Wednesday night in Iowa, used his Twitter account to voice complaints from multiple members of the press regarding poor treatment from campaign staff, which was reportedly blocking reporters from asking questions and taking photographs of anyone who objected.

A reporter approached @JoeBiden to ask a question and a member of his staff told the reporter to leave, and when the reporter explained that they were just doing their job, the staffer said she was too. The staffer then took a photo of the reporter.

A different reporter just told me that yesterday a staff member physically put their body between the reporter and @JoeBiden. The reporter said they weren’t even that close and that there were several supporters between the reporter and Biden.

This second reporter tells me the staffer physically invaded their space to the point that the reporter could smell the staffer’s ponytail.

A THIRD reporter just told me that a staff member physically put their body between @JoeBiden and the reporter, moments ago at this rally in Des Moines.

This third reporter just told me that the @JoeBiden staffer blocked his camera shot by putting up her hands.

@JoeBiden staffers just tried to remove us from what appears to be a public lot, said we could not ask questions.

While getting the video I just shot of Biden calling for Barr to resign, a @JoeBiden staffer physically placed her body between me and the candidate, causing me to bump into her.

I cannot express how difficult it was to get this video. @JoeBiden staff moved his motorcade THREE TIMES to avoid us, and he eventually went through what appeared to be a TUNNEL to a nearby Jimmy John’s to dodge our questions.

“Antifa” has to single-handedly be the most ironic group in America today.

The “anti-fascists” do nothing but promote fascism by refusing to let the other side, conservatives, speak.

Biden praised Antifa.

From Daily Caller:

Former Vice President Joe Biden endorsed Antifa in a video announcing his presidential bid Thursday, characterizing the group as “courageous” and saying it’s wrong to draw a moral equivalence between white nationalist groups and those opposing them.

The violent methods of Antifa are well documented. The nebulous group often uses these violent means against peaceful conservative speakers, benign free speech advocates, and even journalists.

In a retelling of the events at a 2017 white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., Biden describes the white nationalists as having “crazed faces, illuminated by torches, veins bulging and baring the fangs of racism,” but describes the Antifa members who engaged violently with them as “a courageous group of Americans.”

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