Joe Biden has been delivering gaffe after gaffe during his campaign for president, but his latest comment is his “basket of deplorables” moment.

Hillary Clinton is no match when it comes to outright nastiness from  Joe Biden. He’s gotten into nasty arguments with voters numerous times and has made countless aggressive comments toward President Trump.

Joe Biden has been involved in politics for over 40 years, so he’s had plenty of time to do what he says he wants to do. It’s easy to point fingers, and that’s exactly what Joe Biden has been doing instead of bringing people together.

Biden was mid-interview when he had this to say:

“10 to 15 percent” of Americans Are “Just Not Very Good People.”

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Biden was slammed on social media for his comment with most people saying Biden and politicians are the 10-15%.

-This is ripe coming from the man who opposed bussing because he didn’t want his kids growing up in a “racial jungle.”

-So, by his math, 30 to 50 million people in this country are just not very good. Wow, where are all these people at? That’s like the entire states of TX and Florida population-wise. I don’t think Joe’s very good at math.

-Does that include people like Hunter Biden who :
– takes w his deceased brother’s wife
– refuses to pay child support
– rides his father’s office & power for favorable deals w China & #Burisma in Ukraine

-Trump built his business and then decided to serve the country.

Biden decided to serve his country for the majority of his adult life, leaving an anemic legislative legacy and windfall profits for his brother and drug-addict son.

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