For months, Joe Biden has taken critical shots at the devotion and faith of his opponent, President Donald Trump. But then when the behavior is returned, Biden is feigning disbelief.
“The president held up the Bible at St. John’s church yesterday. I just wish he opened it once in a while instead of brandishing it. If he opened it, he could have learned something,” said Biden back in June.
Then later, Biden said that Trump “decided he had to walk across from the White House through a group of peaceful demonstrators, to an Episcopal Church to hold a Bible upside down, which I don’t know how often he reads, and he used the military to do that.” Biden was proved wrong when photo evidence showed Trump did not do as Biden implied.
Recently, Trump said of Biden that he would “hurt the Bible” and “hurt God.”
Biden was furious. In an official statement, Biden lamented “President Trump’s decision today to profane God and to smear my faith in a political attack.”
Apparently, “do as I say, not as I do” is Biden’s new campaign motto.