Joe Biden’s response to Trump after “sh*thole” controversy lights Internet on fire. One tweet put it out immediately.

Joe Biden’s tweet went viral. It had to, after all, if there’s nothing Democrats love more than moral preening, it’s hypocrisy.

Okay, they don’t love hypocrisy. That’s a bit of a malapropism. Let’s just say there’s a fair share of it going around inside the Big Blue Bubble.

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It all started with a “sh*thole” comment. Or so we are to believe after Trump’s off-the-record remarks at a bipartisan DACA meeting with Dems were suddenly made on-the-record. As we all know by now, this ignited a firestorm of biblical proportions in the press. (Think: raining frogs.)

Lead preacher among Democrats was former vice president Joe Biden. Ol’ Joe likes himself some of the gospel, and once he gets to sermonizing — look out.

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After Sh*tholegate broke, Joe Biden dished out his best bit of advice on Oval Office decorum.

Of course, it went mega-viral: Amassing well over 100,000 retweets and 400,000 “loves.”

Then people realized who was tweeting: Joe. Biden.

This guy.

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Same guy.

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Yep. Same guy.


The RebelTV’s John Cardillo had a crushing comeback.

You get that? Here are actual quotes from Joe Biden.

“You cannot go to a 7-11 or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I’m not joking,” Biden said in 2006.

“I mean, you got the first mainstream African-American who is articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy,” Biden said. “I mean, that’s a storybook, man.”

“Gonna put y’all back in chains,” Biden in 2006, referring to Republicans, who freed the slaves.

Democrats don’t even blink at their own leaders’ hypocrisy, history of racist remarks, and creepy lecherous behavior, all the while moralizing to Republicans about their party’s supposedly “evil” politicians.

For a potential 2020 candidate who supposedly could have beaten Trump in this past election, maybe Joe Biden should worry about his own decorum, because it sure appears like he struggled mightily with it when he was in the White House.

Kyle Becker


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