90 Miles From Tyranny : Joe Biden Is Not A Good Person

Sunday, October 18, 2020

Joe Biden Is Not A Good Person

None of us know Joe Biden, but we know enough about him to see, plain as day, that his “aw shucks, I’m just your average middle-class guy” routine is one of the greatest frauds ever attempted in American political history. In reality, he’s a wildly insecure man who covers it with arrogance. In adulthood, he’s never held a private-sector job for more than a few months but somehow managed to amass a fortune and houses larger than some warehouses. He’s not the affable lug he plays on TV; he’s a man with a short temper and a history of lying. He, Joe Biden, is not a good man.

The coverage of Joe Biden throughout his campaign has been liberally peppered with declarations of just how “normal” and “nice” he is, and he is to a media Biden needs and a media that is desperate to get Biden elected. Like the life of any elected official, he’s spent every day in office surrounded by people who never tell him “no.” Why would they? How would they? Their livelihood depends on him. Who tells anyone in that position they’re wrong or they can’t do something?

Biden has been an elected official since 1969, the year after he graduated law school. Elected to his town council at 27, he won his first Senate race at 29. Aside from his one summer as a lifeguard -- the summer he claimed a “bad dude” named “Corn Pop” was going to beat him up and a summer where Biden enjoyed young black children petting his leg hair and bouncing on his lap -- Biden has never had to shower from a day’s work, only in preparation for one. The only work he’s done with his hands is shaking other people's hands, creepily rubbing the shoulders of young women, and collecting money.

When he has been challenged by voters, he’s snapped back quickly and nastily. Calling some voters “fat” and a variety of other names. He’s challenged out of shape voters to push-up contests and foot races. And, in the tradition of someone riddled with insecurities about their intelligence, IQ tests.

In his first run for the White House, way back in 1987, a voter in New Hampshire asked Joe a simple question about his academic record. Angry and insecure even then, and in clear view of news cameras, he famously snapped back, "I think I probably have a much higher IQ than you do, I suspect. I went to law school on a full academic scholarship, the only one in my class to have a full academic scholarship. In the first year in law school, I decided I didn’t want to be in law school and ended up in the bottom two-thirds in my class. Then, I decided I wanted to stay, went back to law school and, in fact, ended up in the top half of my class. I won the International Moot Court Competition. I was the ‘Outstanding Student’ in the Political Science department at the end of my year. I graduated with three degrees from undergraduate school and 165 credits, only needed 123 credits, and I’d be delighted to sit down and compare my IQ to yours, if you’d like, frankly."

Everything Joe Biden said there was untrue. For example, his scholarship was based on need, not academics. He did not receive multiple degrees or win awards, and he graduated 76th in his law school class of 85.

If he were recounting stories from someone else’s life, being wrong would be understandable. But he was talking about his own life. He’s claimed to be a college professor, but he’s never taught a class. He’s claimed he was actively involved in...

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