‘Mrs. Biden, Can Joe come out and debate?’ New pro-Trump video leaves Twitter in stitches

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A new video promoting Trump-Pence 2020 features the faces of President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and other notables superimposed on children showing them pleading with “Jill Biden” for “Joe” to come outside.

The meme video from Twitter users Mad Liberals and Jeremy View involves a scene from the 1996 ‘coming of age’ film “Jack,” starring the late Robin Williams.

“Mrs. Biden? Mrs. Biiiiiden,” says a child with President Trump’s face superimposed on a sidewalk in front of a two-story home. “Can Joe come out and debate?”

A mother with Jill Biden’s face comes to the front porch and says, “I’m sorry,” as a child with Joe Biden’s face is seen watching from a window on the second story. “He can’t. But why don’t you try again?”

Next, two kids featuring the faces of Donald Trump Jr. and Fox News host Tucker Carlson come to the house to see if “Joe” can debate.

The Jill Biden character walks back onto the front porch to say, meekly, “He doesn’t want to,” as the scene moves again to the Joe Biden character looking down from the window.

Then, Diamond & Silk, a.k.a., Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, come to the home and ask, “Can Joe come out and debate?”

“Girls, I’m sorry, he doesn’t want to,” Jill responds.

One of the duo’s characters then asks, “Can we at least see him so we’ll know that he’s alive?” as Joe stares out the window.

“I told you — he’s not even alive,” says one of the girls as they walk away.

Then, a group of kids featuring the faces of Pence, David Harris, Dan Bongino, Alex Jones, Pence, and Sean Hannity come up to the house and ask about ‘Joe.’

“Come on out!” One of them says, looking up at the window where ‘Joe’ is staring down at them.

“Yeah, come on out!” says another.

Kiiiids,” ‘Jill’ says, “I’m sorry.”

Next, scores of children show up outside the home, all of them hollering for ‘Joe’ to ‘come out,’ as ‘Joe’ is depicted as dejected and sad with his head on a pillow upstairs in his room.

“Joe, come out and debate!” The kids say in unison a couple of times, as ‘Joe’ sighs in frustration and the ad closes.

The ad comes as the Trump campaign has been attempting to convince the former vice president to agree to additional debates sooner rather than later because early absentee voting is slated to begin soon.

Currently, the first debate is scheduled for Sept. 29, but that’s if it happens. Democrats, along with their media allies, have been pushing Biden not to debate the president giving various reasons.

Late August, for instance, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi stumbled through a press conference in which she said, “Don’t tell anybody I told you this. Especially don’t tell Joe Biden. But I don’t think there should be any debates.”

“I do not think that the president of the United States has comported himself in a way that anybody…has any association with truth, evidence, data and facts,” she stammered.

“I wouldn’t…I wouldn’t legitimize a conversation with him nor a debate, in terms of the presidency of the United States,” she continued.

But others say Democrats are only trying to cover for Biden, who appears to have lost some of his mental capacity since leaving office four years ago.

In mid-July, a poll from Rasmussen Reports found that just over half of Americans — 54 percent — believed Biden is capable of effectively debating the president.

Several people reacted online to the pro-Trump ad.

Jon Dougherty

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Jon is a staff writer for BizPac Review with 30 years' worth of reporting experience, as well as an author and U.S. Army veteran. He has a BA in political science from Ashford University and an MA in national security studies/intelligence analysis from American Military University.
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