Today, Joe Biden, the frontrunner for president in the Democrat Party attempted to show his youthful vigor at a tiny rally in South Carolina, after President Trump recently gave him the nickname of “Sleepy Joe.” Anything’s better than the “Creepy Joe” nickname the American public has given him, after mutliple videos and photos emerged of Biden innapropriately kissing, sniffing and touching little girls, teenagers and unsuspecting women during U.S. Senate swearing in ceremonies.
Biden can be seen jogging into what appears to be a small elementary school gym to a very small group of supporters. The camera is very careful not to show too much of the crowd as Joe enthusiastically greets them.
Standing room only…
— 🇺🇸 Patriot 24/7 🇺🇸 (@FlipitRed2020) May 5, 2019
The Daily Mail reported on Biden’s day filled with gaffes- Biden told donors in South Carolina that he knows Trump is ‘going to go after me and my family’ but pledged to answer the president ‘directly’ without name-calling.
Then he called him ‘a clown,’ and later added ‘no-good S.O.B.,’ while hinting that there are more nicknames to come.
Biden also flubbed an attack on Trump’s foreign policy performance, beginning to announce that Margaret Thatcher had invited him to speak in the United Kingdom about American foreign policy – before correcting himself and correctly naming Theresa May as the British prime minister.
‘Margaret Thatcher – um, excuse me, Margaret Thatcher, Freudian slip,’ Biden said as laughter rang out. ‘But I knew her too.’
After a moment to think, the 76-year-old Democrat continued: ‘The Prime Minister of Great Britain Theresa May.’
Thatcher died in 2013, more than two decades after leaving office.
His first run at the White House, in 1988, ended in disaster after critics found that he had plagiarized portions of a speech from Neil Kinnock, the British Labour Party leader who was Thatcher’s most outspoken domestic foe at the time.
Biden thanked the woman introducing him by reaching around and kissing her neck.
This hilarious clip shows Joe Biden struggling to put together coherant sentences at his first rally in Pittsburgh, PA.
Biden really nailed it today. [Supercut!] pic.twitter.com/kC49kEnGqT
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) April 29, 2019