Exactly why is Joe Biden still running at this point?
Most people were backing him because they thought he was the more “electable” one than say someone like Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT). But he’s never won a primary in the three times he’s run for president so how electable is that?
On top of that, he doesn’t seem to know where he is most of the time and all he does is string together things that sound like leftist platitudes.
So here’s chapter number 1,605 on “Joe Biden doesn’t know where he is today.”
“Here in California” – Joe Biden, while in Nevada pic.twitter.com/77zMaSWynG
— Abigail Marone (Text WOKE to 88022) (@abigailmarone) February 16, 2020
If you thought that was bad, then there’s this. I don’t even know how to describe it.
Joe Biden: “I had met Sully and his wife at an event in Los Angeles back in the spring, late fall early – I mean late spring, late winter early fall, early – anyway you know what I mean. Back in California.” pic.twitter.com/7zER0WLp2U
— Tommy Pigott (@TCPigott) February 15, 2020
What’s sad, is that people laugh as though he’s made a joke. But it’s not a joke. He literally has no idea when he met Capt. Sullenberger.
Really, people have said this before, but it’s elder abuse to keep putting him out there.
But as our friends at Twitchy have noted, his not knowing what state he’s in isn’t even the craziest part of what he was talking about in the first video.
He really thinks that solar energy is going to be able to power a port?
Has he ever seen a port? Where are you going to put all of the solar panels? There aren’t just acres and acres of space around major U.S. ports to do this. Does he have any clue what he just proposed? Does he even care? At this point he’s just shouting out lib buzzwords and hoping nobody calls him on it:
Exactly. Not to mention the enormous expenditure involved if you could even begin to do this.
Plus, why is he talking about solar energy for ports in the landlocked state of Nevada?
Biden at this point is just saying anything he thinks that will help him stay in the race.
But if he doesn’t pull out a win in South Carolina, he’s pretty much done and that’ll be a good thing, because honestly, he’s just not up to it.