Joe Biden has a history of lying (see below) and plagiarism.

He’s getting away with repeatedly lying during his recent campaign appearances because the media protects him.

It’s hard to believe that anyone in their right mind would vote for Biden. Still, when the media lies and spins information about him, it’s more believable that the American people are only seeing what the media wants them to see. This week was a different story…

Biden hadn’t been seen for several days during the coronavirus crisis, but this week he finally made several appearances on different news networks. He was a disaster.

One appearance further revealed he just could not remember specifics or timelines. He said that when he left the Senate, he became a professor. Not true, when he left the Senate, he became VP for eight years. He also claims he was a professor. This is a stretch and is confusing because he never was a professor in the true sense of the word (see below):

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Biden was given a title made just for him called “Benjamin Franklin Presidential Practice Professor.”

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports: “Biden collected $371,159 in 2017 plus $540,484 in 2018 and early 2019 for a vaguely defined role that involved no regular classes and around a dozen public appearances on campus, mostly in big, ticketed events.”

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The Philadelphia Inquirer reported on Biden’s nearly $900,000 salary from Penn. One comment says it all:

“I know that it sounds like a really big salary for not teaching, and that’s right, but even if he were teaching, that’s not the value that Penn is hoping to get from having him associated with them,” said Temple University’s Douglas Webber, who studies the economics of higher education. “They’re wanting prestige, they’re wanting to brag about this to donors. Penn plays with big money donors, and if this moves the needle even a little bit in terms of getting a big donation, then it’s instantly worth the investment.”

CNN’s Jake Tapper was mid-interview with Joe Biden when Biden coughed into his hand.

The topic the two were discussing was the coronavirus pandemic, so Tapper must have thought he could give Biden a little advice about the proper way to cough.

It was an awkward moment…for sure.

Biden came up for air after being absent five days from public view:

Joe Biden was being interviewed by a correspondent from The View today about the coronavirus when he delivered a completely nonsensical answer to this question: “Are you at all concerned, as the president said, that we cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself?”

Biden appeared at a desk at home in Wilmington, Deleware when he said this:

“We have to take care of the cure, that will make the problem worse no matter what. No matter what. We know what has to be done.”

Biden had released his first statement in five days just yesterday. He stumbled through the entire video.

Joe Biden finally made an appearance after he hadn’t been seen for days…

His plea politicizes the coronavirus crisis even though he said, “we can put politics aside.” Yes, we CAN and should put politics aside, but Biden didn’t do that.

In the ad, Biden reads a script in his home library but just can’t get the names right. He confuses Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker’s name and says: “Governor Charlie Parker In Massachusetts.”

The longer video shows a stumbling Biden:

The Democrats are embarrassing themselves by trying to divide Americans and politicize this crisis at a very difficult time for America.

The Democrats put politics over country. Remember in November! Vote Republican!

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