The Democrats seem to be in some serious trouble for the 2020 presidential election, much of which is their own doing.
You see, once again the party has failed to put forth a candidate that can captivate the American populace. They’ve chosen former Vice President Joe Biden as their presumptive nominee in 2020, and his performance on the campaign trail has been completely and utterly lackluster as of late. Not only has he been throwing bizarre temper tantrums at a number of campaign stops, but the career politician has even gone so far as to insinuate that African Americans who are considering voting or incumbent Republican President Donald Trump “ain’t black”.
This absurd and offensive statement came in the midst of a campaign filled with gaffes and word-salad gibberish which has caused a great many Americans to wonder just how mentally fit ol’ Joe is.
President Trump seems to think that he knows the answer to that question, and it’s not what the Democrats are going to want to hear.
When asked during a Sunday interview with WJLA what Biden’s strongest feature was as a political opponent, Trump noted that he could have said experience but explained why he did not think it was appropriate.
“Well, I would have said experience, but he doesn’t really have experience because I don’t think he remembers what he did yesterday,” Trump said. “So how is that experience? He’s been there a long time. He was never known as a smart person.”
But that wasn’t all…
“Biden doesn’t know, I mean, he doesn’t know he’s alive,” Trump continued. “I’m against somebody. Think of it. I’m against somebody that can’t answer simple questions. I’ve never seen anything like it, but here’s what I am against. I’m against a very powerful party, the Democrats, and they can take this glass of water and say that’s your candidate.”
During this global pandemic, Joe Biden has been holding a number of virtual campaign events – none of which have gone off without a hitch.