Texas Governor Greg Abbott usually stays out of the cheap shots on social media, but Joe Biden served up a softball even he could not resist.
Abbott was among the dozens of high-profile Republicans that retweeted a snippet from a recent appearance by Joe Biden…
What in the heck is Biden talking about.
This is truly embarrassing and Biden is oblivious to it. https://t.co/F6s28NXysg
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) December 1, 2019
What the Hell Was That?
If you watched the video, you are more than likely thinking the same thing that I am right now…
What the hell was he talking about?
Surrounded by children, Joe Biden was stammering through a speech talking about children touching his legs at the pool.
Then, for some reason, he said he was familiar with cockroaches, which raised eyebrows considering the minority children that were surrounding him at the time of his speech.
Abbott hit the nail on the head, stating, “This is truly embarrassing and Biden is oblivious to it.”
Best You Got?
It is time for Democrats to truly decide if Joe Biden is the best candidate for their party to put up there against Trump.
Personally, I would love to see him win the nomination because I look forward to Trump sending his campaign down in flames.
Looking at it from the other perspective, though, how can this man be the best you have in the party?
How can millions of Americans somehow deem him to be their choice as the next president of the United States?
The man cannot put two sentences together, has an obvious corrupt past, and he has a deadbeat dad for a son.
Biden is slated to ramp up his appearances leading into February’s caucuses and elections.
If this is a sign of what to come, I personally hope he makes an appearance every day because right now, Biden’s gaffes are gold!
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