Joe Biden, The Current Leader In The Democratic Primaries Can’t Fill a Living Room At His Latest Rally In Clinton, Iowa (Photo)

Joe Biden the 76-year-old former vice-president and senator from Delaware enters a crowded field of competitors, but polls in recent weeks have consistently shown him leading the pack, perhaps because of his experience and lengthy record in office.

But unlike some of his much younger opponents, it’s his decades in the public eye, and in particular his well-documented history of confusing or downright embarrassing gaffes and misstatements, that may end up working against him.

Beside his mistakes, Biden is the current leader in the Democratic primaries.

Biden has nothing he can really talk about in regard to himself or his successes. The man has been in politics for 17 lifetimes and the only person who has truly benefited from his time in office is his crackhead son Hunter.

Yesterday he suffered another humiliation.

Here is a look at Joe Biden’s latest rally in Clinton, Iowa on Saturday, as a reminder Biden is a current leader in the Democratic primaries.

There were 11 people in that room!

A slate of endangered House Democrats is coalescing behind Joe Biden for president as the Iowa caucuses approach — a surge of support triggered by fears that Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren at the top of the ticket would cost them their seats.

Joe Biden reportedly confused Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden while defending his foreign policy record during a rally in Iowa.

The former Vice President, 77, made the gaffe while responding to a voter who asked whether he could be trusted on foreign policy, given that he voted to authorize the use of military force in Iraq in 2002 and cautioned President Obama against conducting the successful raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound in 2011.

According to Politico, Biden at one point scrambled the two separate incidents in his ‘lengthy response’ by mixing up the former Iraqi president with the one-time leader of al-Qaeda.

The incident occurred last Saturday at a rally in Des Moines – three days before he mixed up Iran and Iraq while speaking at an event in New York.

Two weeks delivered a message that was even worse than Hillary’s basket of Deplorables.

“Anybody who can go down 3,000 feet in a mine can sure as hell learn to program as well,” Biden said at a New Hampshire event Monday. He added later: “Anybody who can throw coal into a furnace can learn how to program, for God’s sake!”

Biden’s adversarial posture toward the coal industry bears similarities to that of 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, who said her administration would “put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business.”

Video below:

Many people doing physical labor would not be happy doing jobs that require a lot of sitting as many desk job individuals would not be happy doing physical labor jobs.

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2 thoughts on “Joe Biden, The Current Leader In The Democratic Primaries Can’t Fill a Living Room At His Latest Rally In Clinton, Iowa (Photo)

  • January 12, 2020 at 5:35 pm
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    Is that Biden in the center, hoping someone shows up to speak in his place? Then, there would be more attendees. Or, is the photographer showing ‘the crowd’ before they get there? Either way, it’s a living room.

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  • January 13, 2020 at 3:44 am
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    Joe is always talking about how easy it is to learn programming. Coding is the easy part. Debugging the code is the hard part. It’s like gaffes. Making them is easy, but explaining them away is the hard part.

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