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Video: Biden Can Put the ‘World Back Together,’ Says Failed POTUS Candidate John Kerry

Oh, is that right?

John Salvatore

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John Kerry failed as a presidential candidate and was arguably the worst secretary of state in modern times. That being said, Joe Biden apparently loves the guy. Go figure.

At a recent event in Iowa, Kerry said something that nobody should say about any person – ever. Kerry said Biden can put the “world back together.” And yes, he was absolutely dead serious.

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John Kerry: “Iowa, when you caucus in February, don’t just send a message. Send us a president. Send us a man who can put the world back together. Send us Joe Biden.”

Kerry clearly takes “stupid is as stupid does” to an entirely different level. The guy is just…I don’t know. It’s comical.

From earlier that day…

Question: “Mr. Vice President, how does it feel to have your friend with you?”

Joe Biden: “It feels great to have my friend with me, I can’t think of anybody I’d rather have.”

John Kerry: “I’m thrilled to be back in Iowa. I love it.”

If Biden is committing a gaffe, he’s not breathing. The guy thrives on making mistakes.

The former VP recently did his best to explain the Second Amendment to his incredibly uninformed fanbase.

He blabbered, “I believe in the second amendment but nobody says you can have a rounds — a magazine with a hundred clips in it — a hundred bullets in it. We protect geese more that we protect, no joke, you can only have three shotgun shells when you go shoot for geese. But, guess what, we protect geese better than we do our kids.

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[email protected] in New Hampshire: “We don’t have the courage to take on the NRA? We protect geese more than we protect, no joke you can only have 3 shotgun shells when you go shooting for geese, we protect geese more than our kids”

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So biden is proposing a law on how many shotgun shells you can use to hunt kids….. bold. Brave. Ecologically sound. I like it joe!

I don’t think the second amendment was to protect us against geese.

@JoeBiden , what is a round… a magazine with a hundred clips in it?

You will never be president.

He’s just not very bright is he.

Sure lets go the way of mexico! Ware the crimnals control the country! Idiots …

That’s a nonsensical comparison: goose hunting is legal; hunting kids is not – no matter how many shells you have on you.

Save conservative media!

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New Reports Say Number Of NY Nursing Home Deaths Much Higher Than Reported

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Coronavirus Relief Negotiations Hit Yet Another Snag, This Time The Obstacle Is State Aid

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Trump administration officials and leaders within the Democratic Party continue to remain at a stalemate when it comes to negotiating another coronavirus relief package, as money for state and local governments appears as yet another snag in the negotiations. Of course, the left has also been trying to politicize this relief package and use it to get some wish list items of their passed into law, which is also not helping things. As of now, both sides in the debate over the relief package are bickering about whether or not states should receive more funding in the next round of emergency funding, and if so, how much is appropriate. Here’s more on this from Fox News: Negotiators are trying to close the divide between the Senate Republicans’ $1 trillion HEALS Act, which includes no new funding for states, and the House’s $3.4 trillion HEROES Act, which allocates about $1 trillion in new funding for state and local governments. The stalemate puts at risk potentially trillions of dollars in aid for families, businesses and the U.S. economy, including a fresh round of $1,200 stimulus checks, extra unemployment aid for millions of out-of-work Americans, $100 billion to help reopen schools and relief for cash-strapped state and local governments. There were no signs of a détente on Monday, with each party blaming the other for the stalled-out discussions. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, one of the lead negotiators in the relief package, referred to the Democrats’ request for $1 trillion for state aid “an absurd number,” stating there’s “plenty” of cash available already for the governments. “We’re not going to give a trillion dollars for state and local,” he said in an interview with CNBC. “That’s just not a reasonable approach.” President Trump has also made his feelings clear on this number, and as…

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