In Iowa, the King of Gaffes, Joe Biden, lashed out at the media for being mean to him as they report on his constant verbal flubs on the 2020 campaign trail.
Biden slammed a reporter and carped that the media is “going after me no matter what” he does or says.
No, Joe. The media is only reporting your stupid gaffes. YOU are the problem, here.
Biden’s lashing came during a press availability in Iowa as the former vice president was talking about the small crowds he is suffering on the campaign, Breitbart News reported.
“What I’m trying to do is go around from town to town. And I’m drawing as big of crowds — bigger than anybody,” the gaffe-laden Democrat said. “Have you seen anybody draw bigger crowds than me here in this state?”
But Fox News’ Peter Doocy replied, “yes,” that he HAD seen more people at Democrat rallies for other candidates.
Then Biden went off on Doocy.
“I mean, I know you, I know you’re going to go after me no matter what I’ve got,” Biden said. “Yeah, you, and it’s okay. Good. I’m a big boy. I can handle it.”
Oh, poor, poor Joey.
Biden has lied day in and day out on the campaign trail. Just last week he claimed that he was still vice president when a gunman shot up a Florida high school, and that he met with the victims as Obama’s VP. Only, the shooting occurred just over a year after Joe left office.
There are at least six other times Biden made claims like this were he insisted he was in the middle of some historic situation in which he was not involved.
Even left-wing Time Magazine has a list of at least ten Biden gaffes.
Just yesterday, Biden exclaimed that Martin Luther King, Jr., and Bobby Kennedy were assassinated in the “late 1970s.”
He only missed that by a decade since both lost their lives in 1968.
Does Biden even know what decade he is in?
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