Former Vice President Joe Biden just completely surrendered. He finally did it and there is no turning back now — his campaign could be finished. President Donald Trump is heading toward a landslide re-election victory.
During an interview with WGAL News 8 in Pennsylvania, Biden finally responded to pressure from the Trump campaign and at least somewhat condemned Antifa’s violence, but then he also called out “the far-right folks” for “using violence.”
This is how it happened. “Do you condemn Antifa?” WGAL reporter Barbara Barr asked Biden, and he responded, “Yes, I do, violence no matter who it is.” But just before this point he thought it would be a good idea to make a political dig.
“The president still hasn’t condemned the far-right folks coming out and protesting and using violence,” said Biden. So, let’s get this straight: Antifa is causing mass destruction in U.S. cities on a nightly basis, and Biden is worried about “far-right folks”?
He never seemed to go into detail on who those people are that Trump should condemn. In the past, he has repeatedly told the lie that Trump didn’t condemn the neo-Nazis and white supremacists at the Charlottesville rally in August of 2017.
Does Biden wrongly identify those people “far-right”? Because Trump condemned the racists at that rally and the violence that took place. Americans should take note, perhaps, that Biden confuses actual conservatives with white supremacists.
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