This morning MSNBC exclusive with Joe Biden revealed something just as interesting as the would-be Democratic Party nominee’s response to his alleged extra-curricular sexual activities.
Biden declared this morning:
…the fact is that there’s a lot of things, of speeches I’ve made, positions I’ve taken, interviews that I did overseas with people, all of those things relating to my job, and the idea that they would all be made public in the fact while I was running for public office, they could be really taken out of context. They’re papers or position papers, they are documents that existed and that — when I met, for example, when I met with Putin or when I met with whomever, and all of that could be fodder in a campaign at this time.
That’s a candidate for President of the United States asserting he doesn’t want his records as a representative of the public (a Senator) released into the public record, because they “could be taken out of context”.
Maybe, he’s nervous about the fact that over the years, Biden has kowtowed to a number of America’s foreign adversaries. Or maybe there’s some Tara Reade stuff buried in the University of Delaware archives after all.
All credit to MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski. She didn’t let him off the hook.
And Biden’s protests reminded us at the War Room: Pandemic show of a clip we found back during the impeachment saga.
Remember Biden’s bragging about getting the Ukrainian prosecutor fired?
Well at that same Council on Foreign Relations event, Biden boasted of “25 hours” of private meetings he had with President Xi Jinping – the dictator in charge of China and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
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In addition to Biden voluntarily bringing up meetings with Vladimir Putin (wild, and potentially a red herring) – who knows what else the records contain of Biden’s activities as a Senator for Delaware?
Have a listen for yourself:
Watch the full clip from War Room: Pandemic, below: