Joe Biden finally condemned the street violence that’s been happening for 3 months. After CNN noticed that Biden’s poll numbers were tanking, Biden issued his statement.

In a tweet, Biden’s staff said “Once again, a Black man, Jacob Blake, was shot by the police. In front of his children. It makes me sick. Is this the country we want to be? Needless violence won’t heal us. We need to end the violence, and peacefully come together to demand justice.” Way to go, Slow Joe. Where were you when Senate Democrats voted against even starting a debate on police reform? A: Biden was nowhere to be found. Biden was silent about Tim Scott’s police reform. Kamala Harris, his running mate pick, let her actions speak for her:

He noted that Scott “sat down” with Sens. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., Cory Booker, D-N.J., and Harris “and they said, ‘We have 20 problems with your bill.’” “And Tim’s response was, ‘OK, I’ll give you 20 amendments. You have 20 problems, I’ll give you 20 amendments. Let’s see if we can fix this, let’s say goodbye to politics, at least on something as important as the criminal justice system. I’ll give you an amendment for every problem you have with our bill’ and unfortunately, Kamala Harris put her vice presidential aspirations ahead of what is best for this country,” Gowdy continued.

“So don’t blame Tim Scott, blame the people who would not take an amendment for every single problem they had with the bill,” Gowdy said.

There’s a pattern here. Biden didn’t say anything until his polls started tanking. Harris sabotaged Tim Scott’s legislation because she wanted to be Biden’s running mate.

Partisan considerations took a higher priority thank protecting people. That’s proof that Biden-Harris put partisanship ahead of doing what’s right. That alone should disqualify them. Further, Biden offered only empty words:

On Wednesday, he struck a similar tone. “It is needless violence,” Biden said. “Violence that endangers lives and guts businesses and shutters businesses that serve the community. That’s wrong.” Biden said that the country needs to unite, heal, do justice, end violence and end systemic racism. “Needless violence won’t heal us,” Biden tweeted. “We need to end the violence and peacefully come together to demand justice.”

What we’ve seen isn’t “needless violence.” It’s criminal activity. Sugarcoating things like that doesn’t help. Making a video while reading a TelePrompter doesn’t help, either. That’s what he did in this videotaped message:

Watch his eyes throughout. They keep switching back-and-forth. He wasn’t speaking from the heart. He was reading from the TelePrompter.

Biden was silent about street violence for 3 months. When his polls started tanking, he spoke through a TelePrompter. That isn’t leadership. That’s what happens when you hand serious responsibilities to a senile career politician.

One Response to “Joe Biden condemns street violence after 3 months of street violence”

  • Chad Q says:

    Come on Gary, cut Biden some slack. He didn’t know there was rioting for the past 3 months because no one told him.

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