Biden Hamulated At His Tiny Rally, Trump Supporters Drown Him Out Completely
The democratic presidential nominee is having a rough campaign week. Just a few days ago he held a rally in Phoenix Arizona that virtually no attended. Then on Monday, he spoke in Toledo, Ohio, about the economy while a large group of Trump supporters shouted him down every time the Democrat mentioned the President's name.
The footage was shared on Twitter by NBC reporter Marianna Sotomayor who noted the crowd only continued to get louder as Biden continues. In the footage, you can barely hear Biden as he speaks to what looks like a handful of parked cars.
Judging by the video I think it's safe to say that more Trump supporters showed up to Biden's even that 'Biden-Harris' supporters.
According to The Blaze, the Trump supporters chanted "Four More Years," "Trump," and "USA" throughout the event whenever Biden mentioned the president.
During the campaign stop, Biden touted his economic recovery plan to "Build Back Better" and slammed the president as "reckless."
"The longer Donald Trump is president, the more reckless he seems to get," Biden said during the speech. "Trump panicked. His reckless personal conduct since his diagnosis has been unconscionable."
Dozens of Trump supporters were loudly chanting a mix of “Four more years,” “Trump” and “USA” throughout the event, growing louder anytime @JoeBiden mentioned the president. pic.twitter.com/7M0iZWdmRf
— Marianna Sotomayor (@MariannaNBCNews) October 12, 2020
The event quickly became Biden's latest embarrassment. The best part is that during all of the noise Biden proudly touted his education again.
This time he claimed that he would be the first president in 80 or 90 years without an Ivy League degree. Fact-checkers pointed out he’d be the first only since Reagan, who served until 1987. Other recent presidents without an Ivy sheepskin: Jimmy Carter, Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson, Dwight Eisenhower and Harry Truman.
Let's take a moment just to reflect on the sheer strangeness of Biden's latest untrue claim. He was basically telling the tiny crowd that he would be the least educated president if elected in almost 100 years. Was that supposed to make him more relatable?