Joe Biden Steals Trump's MAGA Slogan For His 2020 Run
Former VP and 2020 hopeless, Joe Biden, pulls a lame and lazy move against Trump by stealing the President's 'Make America Great Again' slogan. I say lazy instead of 'slighted' for two main reasons. If it was a slight, Biden couldn't dig up a little creativity- and that Biden can't be bothered to write down a solid plan for his campaign.
Face it, Biden slept through his entire time in the White House. At least, when he wasn't flashing female agents or pawing young girls. If this was intended to be a jab at Trump, it's a pathetically lazy one.
Biden told a group of liberal suckers in New Hampshire:
“The situation is that I’m running three reasons: I wanna restore the soul of this country and secondly and I wanna quite frankly rebuild the backbone of this country…the middle class, and thirdly what I want to do is…unite the country,”
Yup, it's MAGA but reworded. After all, isn't this everything Trump has been saying since he ran in 2016?
Biden opens up his stump speech in Hampton, NH saying he wants to “unite” the country pic.twitter.com/sCYZpQPXNR
— Stephanie Murray (@stephanie_murr) May 13, 2019
Joe Biden has a healthcare plan, but didn't “have the time to completely lay out all the details.”
He also has a proposal for college debt, but no specifics on that either because “I don’t have time; I don’t want to keep you standing any longer.”
The former vice president’s ideas on climate change and foreign policy? Also works in progress.
Yet there’s time for relatively lengthy anecdotes about how his dad long ago was unable to secure a loan to help send him to a school he wanted to attend.
To top it off, Creepy Joe has tried to contain the spreading brush fire as four women have accused him of inappropriate touching. He released a video saying that he knows more change and will be more mindful of personal space, even while defending his approach by saying he thought it was about “connecting with people.” Biden may have hesitated, worried about fanning the flames until he felt he had no choice.