Joe Biden held a virtual town hall on Facebook live while talking into a cellphone. It was like watching Grandpa skype with the grandkids.
He seems quite confused about when the election will take place — two years, one year, January, whenever.
In Joe Biden’s virtual town hall, he gets the time frame between now and November WRONG by well over a year.
“I can’t do that for another two year, actually another year between now and November.” pic.twitter.com/fAX3CNQfL4
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) March 13, 2020
This is the entire clown show, complete with constant technical problems, allegedly. What really appears to have happened is Biden wandered off and they had to cover it up with the sign.
PLAGIARIZING TRUMP’S PLAN
The Trump campaign accused Biden of plagiarizing Donald Trump’s Coronavirus plan, and it looks like he did. When we heard his speech, it did sound like an echo.
“Joe Biden’s Coronavirus remarks today sounded awfully familiar. Listening to him, we felt a sense of déjà vu,” Trump’s camp said. “Here’s why: Biden blatantly ripped off President Trump, and bizarrely called on him to do things he has in fact already done.”
Biden said he’d get private labs and universities to rapidly expand testing which the President already did. Joe Biden said that small businesses will need relief from coronavirus’s economic impact. The President is providing $50 billion for small business owners. Biden talked about free testing and the President already did that. He said he would accelerate the development of a vaccine, and the President did that too.
Lastly, he said people should steer clear of large gatherings. The President has talked about that at length too.
It’s painful listening to Joe Biden and watching him with his new ‘presidential’ posture, especially knowing how senile he is. He’s very rehearsed.
Biden went right into the politics when discussing Coronavirus, claiming he’s listening to science, suggesting without evidence the President isn’t. Never mind that the President is constantly surrounded by medical experts.
Then he went into the gibberish that calling it a ‘foreign virus,’ which is what it is, is xenophobia.
Finally, he told Americans to stop shaking hands and hugging. One must wonder if he will follow his own advice. He’s always in peoples’ spaces, rubbing shoulders, putting his nose into peoples’ hair — literally.