It’s starting to look like Joe Biden might be the best shot the Democrats have of taking back the White House in 2020 and even he’s a long shot. Joe Biden has been running around making speeches and he’s been sounding very much like a guy that wants to be president.
Recently, creepy Uncle Joe showed up to present the the Liberty Medal to former President Bush and took a veiled swipe at Trump by calling the current state of politics “demeaning”.
It’s a little weird Biden chose to make that comment. He must be forgetting about his long history of being demeaning.
From The Daily Wire:
It’s amusing to hear Biden, whose partisanship has often taken an ugly tone during his career, lament how “demeaning” American politics has become. Biden’s nastiness dates back to at least 1987, when he served as the chairman of the Judiciary Committee that was considering the nomination of the esteemed judge Robert Bork, an avowed constitutionalist, and permitted his compatriot, Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA), to utter lie after lie in order to derail Bork’s nomination. The process was so partisan and nasty that the term “Borked” entered political consciousness as a description of obstructing someone, especially a candidate for public office, through systematic defamation or vilification.
Radio host Mark Levin said in 2008, “Joe Biden has had his finger in every tawdry hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee in my memory. He has lowered the standard of debate. He has politicized the confirmation process. He has used his position to defame a number of nominees, including Bob Bork and Clarence Thomas, and there’s no road too low that he won’t travel.”
And remember when he said that Republicans want to put black people back in chains?
It’s so strange watching the media pretend that politics got nasty because of Trump. They’ve been nasty a long time. Trump is just the first Republican to punch back and give it to the media and the liberal left without worrying about hurting their feelings. And he sure is hurting their feelings.