Democrat presidential candidate, Joe Biden is having a couple of very bad weeks. Last week, he was denied holy communion at a Catholic church in Florence, S.C., where he was visiting for a political rally.

During his rally in Florence, South Carolina, he boasted that he got started at an “HBCU” aka Historically Black Colleges and Universities.  The problem is that he wasn’t telling the truth. Biden attended the Archmere Academy in Claymont, Delaware and attended the University of Delaware.

This week, Creepy Joe’s in Iowa. During a disturbing interview today, former Vice President Joe Biden suggested that he thinks he’s still current Vice President Joe Biden, telling an Iowa reporter about environmental tax credits that ‘the president and I’ jointly want to put in place.

The Daily Mail reports – Rattling off a litany of green initiatives he wants to see rural America embrace, Biden said offering federal tax incentives would help nudge the nation toward a carbon-neutral future.

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‘It would also help people with housing if you were able to continue to have what we propose, and I propose, what the president and I—’ he said, before stopping himself.

He continued a second later, saying Americans should ‘have, you know, tax credits for insulating homes, tax credits for making all businesses – all buildings, you know – energy contained, et cetera.’

A Republican operative in Iowa reacted Friday afternoon, saying: ‘Poor Joe. He thinks he still has Mike Pence’s job! He’s definitely not getting Donald Trump’s.’

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The former VP is now in fourth place in the Democratic primary contest, according to a New York Times Upshot/Siena College poll released Friday.

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is leading the field with 24 percent, followed by Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders with 19 and South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg with 18. Biden has 17 percent backing among likely Iowa Democratic caucusgoers.


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