The following article, Flashback: Joe Biden Says He’ll Be A President For the ‘Chumps’ Who Don’t Vote for Him, was first published on Flag And Cross.
*Originally published in 2020* Joe Biden and the left claim to be all about unity, but they very clearly don’t understand what the term means. In no way, whatsoever, is the Democrat Party a big tent.
Joe proved that on Saturday during a speech in Pennsylvania.
You can’t call people “chumps” and still say you’ll have their best interests in mind. It doesn’t work that way.
WATCH: Joe Biden insults Pennsylvanians who don’t support him, calls them “chumps” pic.twitter.com/QvHgk7nppH
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) October 24, 2020
If you watched President Trump’s Thursday night town hall on NBC, you probably noticed that POTUS was pretty much debating host Savannah Guthrie. If you tuned in to ABC’s town hall with Joe, you saw the former VP field softball questions and get away with whatever he wanted.
Both of those outcomes should’ve been expected, though. That’s how things work in 2020.
Check out Biden’s response to this question on transgender kids.
The idea that an 8 year old child or a 10 year old decides “You know I wanna be transgender,” should be zero discrimination.
Joe Biden encourages child transgenderism?? pic.twitter.com/2jev6H7Mlp
— MRCTV (@mrctv) October 16, 2020
Parents—Joe Biden & the Dems’ radical stance on young children deciding upon gender transition will come at the expense of your care and authority as parents. Under the Equality Act & a packed SCOTUS, you can kiss parental rights goodbye. https://t.co/96hrpWuAyY
— Allie Beth Stuckey (@conservmillen) October 16, 2020
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Author: John Salvatore
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