Chaos erupted during Joe Biden’s victory speech following his unexpected victories in the Democratic primary races on Super Tuesday when two anti-dairy protesters rushed the stage.
Not to be outdone, Joe’s wife, Jill Biden, and his campaign adviser, Symone Sanders, leaped into action by protecting Joe and physically removing one of the vegan protesters from the podium.
Ironically, Biden had uttered these words shortly before being besieged by the protesters: “For those who have been knocked down, counted out, left behind, this is your campaign!”
Shortly afterward, an anti-dairy protester rushed the stage and was promptly removed by a male security guard.
Moments afterward, another vegan protester ran toward Joe on the stage. That’s when Jill Biden pushed the protester to keep her away from her husband.
Biden campaign adviser Symone Sanders channeled an NFL linebacker when she tackled the protester, bear-hugged her, and physically dragged her off the stage.
(Video: Fox News)
Twitter showered both Jill Biden and Symone Sanders with enthusiastic kudos, giving them huge props for protecting Joe by literally putting their bodies on the line for him.
One man tweeted admiringly: “Y’all see Symone Sanders come off the line like a Pro Bowl linebacker.”
Y’all see Symone Sanders come off the line like a pro bowl linebacker. Geesh. pic.twitter.com/2Fib5ZqLoN
— Billy Michael Honor (@BillyMHonor) March 4, 2020
A woman tweeted: “Did you see Symone Sanders take down that anti-dairy protester!? She’s so badass!”
Did you see Symone Sanders take down that anti-dairy protester!? She's so badass!
— Sarah Burris (@SarahBurris) March 4, 2020
One guy remarked: “Amazing Getty photo of Jill Biden fighting off that anti-dairy protester. Symone Sanders is behind her, getting ready to tackle.”
— David Mack (@davidmackau) March 4, 2020
Another Twitter user quipped: “As lunatic protesters rushed the stage tonight, we saw Dr. Jill Biden and Joe’s younger sister surround him without thinking and his senior advisor Symone Sanders literally tackled one. Who needs Secret Service detail when you have a group of powerful women?”
As lunatic protestors rushed the stage tonight, we saw Dr. Jill Biden and Joe’s younger sister surround him without thinking and his senior advisor Symone Sanders literally tackled one. Who needs secret service detail when you have a group of powerful women?
— Ricky Davila (@TheRickyDavila) March 4, 2020
Symone Sanders later joked on Twitter: “I broke a nail.”
I broke a nail. #SuperTuesday
— Symone D. Sanders (@SymoneDSanders) March 4, 2020
Unfortunately for Joe Biden, even a great night was marred by another one of his embarrassing gaffes. While introducing his family to the crowd during his victory speech, Biden confused his sister Valerie for his wife Jill.
Biden stammered while mixing up the two women. “This is my little sister Valerie,” Joe said while holding up his wife’s hand.
(Source: Fox News)
Overall, it was a fantastic night for Biden, who won nine states for a total tally of 566 delegates. Meanwhile, socialist Bernie Sanders — who was the frontrunner coming into Super Tuesday — won four states for a total of 501 delegates.
You need 1,991 delegates to win the Democrat primary, so the race is far from over.
While many pundits had written Biden off in the lead-up to Super Tuesday, his comeback shows that the Democrat Party is not as radical-left as many had feared.
As BizPac Review reported, even though many of Biden’s own supporters confess that they’re worried about his deteriorating mental acuity and unending stream of gaffes, they still support him because they prefer him to Bernie Sanders, whom they consider too radical.
One Biden supporter said: “I wish he was younger, but he’s the best we got. I will never support Bernie Sanders! He’s too old and he’s too far-left.”
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