Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. announced Thursday his bid for the Democratic nomination to challenge President Trump in 2020, asking Democrats to put the task of defeating Mr. Trump above all their other ambitions.
In a three-and-a-half minute video that focused on condemning President Trump, Biden presented himself as a moral leader for the soul of the country. Biden avoided almost any talk of policy or ideology, inferring that he believes voters will accept him as a figure of moral stability and maturity.
Discussing why he wanted to run for president, Biden pointed to the white supremacist march in Charlottesville and Mr. Trump’s comment that there were “very fine people on both sides.” Mr. Biden said in the video, “I knew the threat to our nation was unlike any I’d ever seen in my lifetime.”
Biden's propaganda for the democratic presidential nomination for 2020 presents him as morally superior to Trump. Yet, he's come under server scrutiny for inappropriate touching of women and little girls. The Me Too movement has remain mostly quite about his habit outside diminishing his tendency to the "touchy-feely-guy" we all know.
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The NY Times goes as far as , "What Men—and Women—Can Learn From Joe Biden’s Inappropriate Touching." In an obvious double standard, this is far from the reactions we've seen from the Me Too movement and the left's responses to any question of inappropriate behavior of anyone on he right.
Watch the video below and you decide how appropriate his interactions are with women and little girls.
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