Joe Biden is too stupid to win the nomination (#1) & (#2)


Spammer Hammer
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June 5, 2019
Joe Biden is too stupid to win the nomination (#1)
By Thomas Lifson

The purported frontrunner of the Democrats' presidential field is certain to self-destruct before the Democratic National Convention votes on a nominee more than a year from now, because he loves to talk and is too stupid to avoid making fatal mistakes. Exactly a month ago, I predicted he would not get the party's nod, and I stand by that. But secretly, I hope I am wrong, because he would fall apart when faced with Donald Trump.

The latest example of Biden's stupidity: downplaying China's threat to us on the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen massacre. No, I am not kidding! Only 30 seconds of your life are required to savor the stupidity. Biden ends with "What are we worried about?" That's uncomfortably close to "What, me worry?"
[ame=""]Biden Again Downplays China Threat: “What Are We Worried About” From Countries In Asia - YouTube[/ame]
This statement is all the worse, given his son Hunter's financial involvement with China, a can of worms Biden would be well advised to leave unopened. But the problem is that he has a microphone in his hand and an inability to filter what comes out of his mouth with anything approaching good judgment.

Correction made: The Tienamen massacre was 30 years ago, not 20. How time flies when you're having fun.


Spammer Hammer
GOLD Site Supporter
June 5, 2019
Joe Biden is too stupid to win the nomination (#2)
By Thomas Lifson

Since plagiarism killed an earlier Biden run at the presidency and dogged him in law school, the first rule of a rational Biden campaign this time would be: nothing that even vaguely looks like plagiarism. But evidently, the subject never came up when Joe Biden assembled his presidential campaign staff. But it looks as though the Biden campaign panicked when Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted that his lack of a radical plan to restructure our thriving economy so as to emit less CO2 was a "dealbreaker."

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
This is a dealbreaker.

There is no “middle ground” w/ climate denial & delay.

Blaming “blue collar” Americans as the main opponents to bold climate policy is gas lobbyist 101.

We’re not going to solve the climate crisis w/ this lack of leadership. Our kids’ lives are at stake.
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Naomi Klein
· May 10
No Joe, there is no "middle ground" on climate breakdown - there is bold, transformative action or there is sinking ground, burning ground and churning ground. "Presidential hopeful Biden looking for ‘middle ground’ climate policy" (link:
5:15 PM · May 10, 2019 · Twitter for iPhone

But with almost four weeks to work on something, the best the campaign could come up with was copying and pasting, and in some cases re-wording, the work of others on similar "Green New Deal" proposals to produce the "Biden Plan."

Of course, as anyone with a triple-digit IQ could predict, people noticed right away. The Washington Post:

Joe Biden's presidential campaign lifted language without credit, at times word for word, when crafting its education and climate plans, incidents the campaign acknowledged and said were inadvertent.

The incidents appeared to be staff errors when detailing Biden's policies, and they underscored how hastily his campaign was attempting to put out specific proposals. But the issue was a particularly sensitive one for Biden, whose 1988 campaign was derailed after he plagiarized, in speeches, rhetoric used by British politician Neil Kinnock.

Reports also emerged that he used lines from two Democrats, Robert F. Kennedy and Hubert H. Humphrey, without attribution. Biden had also been cited for plagiarism in a paper during law school, an error he blamed on not knowing how to properly cite sources.

He quit the campaign shortly after the flurry of uses were reported.

Biden's campaign said Tuesday that it would update his policy plans online to properly attribute the sources of information, which in the case of his environmental plan included a coal industry entity. But the controversy nonetheless threatened to overshadow the policies themselves — and, for some liberal advocates, it was a sign that the policies were not taken seriously by the campaign or the candidate.

What kind of presidency would Biden conduct? One with key staff too stupid to avoid obvious issues — the kind that have come up again and again. The criticism of President Trump as impulsive and undisciplined pale in comparison to Biden's recklessness and lack of prudence. Ultimately, Biden's pander failed to persuade Ocasio-Cortez:

Ocasio-Cortez told The Hill that she prefers Inslee's plan our of all this that have been introduced thus far: "I do think that Jay Inslee's plan is a phenomenal blueprint and example of where we need to go. It's got the scale, the jobs and justice," she said.

An utter and complete failure. Imagine this clown as president.


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Leftists like Biden are just simply pathetic creatures. The entire point of the leftist insanity is the total destruction of Western Civilization. Democrats like Biden are nihilists. They're greatly stimulated by the excitement of Armageddon-level destruction. The left's plan is to pick through the ashes of civilization for shiny beads once they accomplish total decimation of millennia of civilization. They import third world people and third world mentality to facilitate their goals.