What a difference a month makes, huh? When former vice president Joe Biden first announced his candidacy, every media pundit said he was the shoe-in. He was leading in the polls, even topping lefty favorite Bernie Sanders. Now, his lead is gone and staffers are revealing his true colors behind closed doors.
If you ask me, Biden was a longshot for 2020. Even before he announced his candidacy, information was leaking about his sketchy reputation. Liberal women were accusing him of inappropriate behavior and touching. It was as if someone in the DNC knew he was about to run and tried to stop him. Something tells me the liberal elite never wanted Biden’s hat in the ring.
Despite the rumors of “Creepy Joe,” Biden still announced his candidacy, making the focus of his campaign mostly about attacking Donald Trump. A good strategy, if you’re trying to pander to left-wing nutjobs suffering from TDS. But apparently, that kind of tactic doesn’t work for very long.
You see, when your target has helped create the greatest economy in American history, you have to have something better to hit him with.
A few weeks and a debate later, Biden’s lead is completely gone. Even do-nothings like Kamala Harris are doing better than Obama’s vice president. That’s pretty bad. Perhaps it’s because, along with the creepy touching, liberal voters know about his connections with China. He did, after all, help win China favors from the U.S.—just as his son was cashing in from Chinese businesses.
Conflict of interest? YUP.
Now, as his campaign is all but done, more really bad news has come out. Seems like the easy-going Biden we think we know is just an illusion. According to staff, he’s a tyrant behind closed doors. When he’s not totally fragile.
Former Vice President Joe Biden may appear to promote an easy-going public image, but it’s reportedly a front to hide an explosive temper that frequently manifests itself in emotional outbursts…
“Everyone who works for him has been screamed at,” an unnamed former staffer told The New Yorker.
A former White House aide told the magazine, “When I asked members of Biden’s staff whether they discussed their concerns with the Vice-President, several of them said that they had been too intimidated to do so.” [Source: Daily Wire]
Wow, that’s pretty bad. Do you want the next president to have a wild temper? Or for his staff to be too scared to tell him something he needs to know? Details had already leaked that he refused to take the advice of his handlers during the debate. Seems like many of them have just stopped trying to communicate with him—because he’d just scream at them.
I’m getting flashbacks of 2016, when stories came out of what Hillary did to her people (hint: it involved throwing lamps).
More than that, some staffers are constantly worried about hurting Joe’s feelings. Insane.
Reportedly, other staffers don’t want to talk about potential communication issues because Biden’s feelings are easily bruised. A New Yorker source who conducts business with Biden says it’s always a gamble to raise any family issues relating to the former Vice President because he can remember on one occasion Biden “got deeply melancholy, which, to me, is more painful than if someone yelled and screamed at me.”
“It’s like you’ve hurt him terribly. That was always my fear, that I would be really touching a very fragile part of him,” the source said. [Source: Daily Wire]
Uh, what? Should we be calling him “Snowflake Joe”? Is this man on prescribed medication for emotional instability?
So, some staffers are afraid Biden will blow up at them, others are afraid of bruising his feelings. It’s like a preschooler is running for president!
Keep in mind, this is a man who once served as vice president. A man that many liberals in the media want to be sitting behind the desk in the Oval Office. Yet he is so emotionally fragile, that the people closest to him can’t even tell him the truth.
Hmm… that’s a really bad sign. But then again, I can’t think of one Democrat candidate that has a better reputation.
Maybe America should just stick with Trump.