Joe Biden’s campaign comes to awkward end as music cuts in, drowns out his final pitch

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Joe Biden suffered another embarrassing mishap on the campaign trail when loud music played over him as he meekly tried to say “one last thing” at his final stop—an anemic drive-in rally in Philadelphia.

The Trump campaign reacted by comically observing: “Not even Joe Biden’s supporters want to listen to him!”

The hilarity unfolded in Democrat-run Philadelphia on Monday, where pop star Lady Gaga stumped for Biden.

As Joe was making his final pitch to voters, he stammered that he had “one last thing” to say to them.

That’s when Biden was essentially bum-rushed off the stage by loud music, which drowned out his last words. A frustrated Joe then left the podium without finishing his sentence.


Twitter users reacted by saying the incident perfectly encapsulated Biden’s entire disastrous campaign.

“Exactly how I pictured his closing argument going,” one guy remarked.

Another Twitter user joked: “The DJ is a freaking legend for turning up the music as soon as Sleepy was about to speak.”

Another laughed that Biden’s nonstop gaffes is “the gift that keeps on giving.”

Check out this other Biden malfunction from yesterday: “Joe Biden nearly falls over after being startled by Jill. Then he got angry.”

Reminder: Lady Gaga and an army of left-wing “celebrities” also endorsed and stumped for two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in 2016.

And Hillary still got crushed in the Electoral College, suggesting that the gimmick of using entertainers to influence voters is not nearly as effective as some people think.

While Lady Gaga (real name: Stefani Germanotta) is an outspoken leftist, her father’s political leanings are not as clearcut.  Gaga’s father, Joe Germanotta, is the owner of a restaurant on Manhattan’s left-wing Upper West Side.

In September, Germanotta joined 450 NYC restaurant owners who filed a $2 billion lawsuit against New York’s Democrat governor Andrew Cuomo and NYC’s left-wing mayor Bill de Blasio for banning indoor dining inside Manhattan eateries despite allowing the rest of New York State to allow indoor dining at 50% capacity.

Germanotta said his fellow restaurateurs were being forced to shutter their businesses due to the draconian left-wing Covid shutdowns.

While Biden has repeatedly addressed tiny gatherings on the campaign trail, President Trump spoke to massive, enthusiastic crowds at 10 MAGA Victory Rallies in his final two days before the election.

At a raucous Miami rally on Nov. 1, three Cuban-American immigrants who make up the singing trio Los 3 de La Habana performed before a fired-up crowd.

The trio said they wrote their cheerful tune “Canción de Trump” (“Trump Song”) to express their love and support of President Trump:  “We did it because we wanted to. We didn’t get a penny for it. Nobody commissioned it. We didn’t know it would be so well-received.”

In their song, German Pinelli, Ana Paez, and Tirso Luis proudly declare:

Oh my God, I will vote!  ♫ ♪
I will vote for Donald Trump.
If you want to keep America great,
Vote for Trump. Vote for Trump!

(Source: Los 3 de la Habana)


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