There’s not enough popcorn in the world for the upcoming debates between President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden. Biden has spoken out against Trump where he turned the tables on Trump, admonishing him to “wake up” and “get to work.” I think Sleepy Joe is getting tired of his nickname…

“Mr. President, wake up. Get to work. There’s so much more to be done,” Said Biden in his concluding statements. There’s just one problem. After that final sentence Biden paused, looked down, then literally whispered “thank you” into the microphone indicating that the speech was over. He then closed his notebook, turned, and started walking off the stage, when the audience – finally realizing that was the end – clapped politely. Just like that, speech over. Thanks for coming guys.

During the speech in a Philadelphia suburb, Biden criticized President Trump’s handling of the coronavirus, accusing him of being more concerned with the economy and businesses than the health of the American people. Typical Dem move. 

Biden then tore into the typical spiel about Trump ignoring science relative to the virus and claims he’ll be “ready on day one” to take over office. He called for more stimulus money for businesses and people, and suggested that Trump is more concerned about his ego than working for the people. Also, where exactly would this stimulus money be coming from? The sky?

Biden continues in his speech to talk about the American people resuming their daily lives, businesses needing the support of the federal government, and workers getting assurance that health is his first concern. Of course he had to slip that little government dependency tidbit in there or he wouldn’t be a true liberal. 

CNN then reported that the Biden campaign will be launching its first major ad buy of the general election. The ads will air in battleground states won by Trump in 2016 such as Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. The ads will also air on national cable networks over the next five weeks. 

In the ads, Biden continues to talk about the same “politics of division” rhetoric that former president Barack Obama honed to perfection throughout his eight years in office. “I’ll seek to heal the racial wounds that have long plagued our country, not use them for political gain,” Biden says in the first ad titled “United Us.” Uh-huh, whatever you say Joe. You could argue that America was actually more racially divided after Obama’s time in office and where was Joe all eight years? Nowhere to be seen. Asleep at the wheel.

With that being said, is sleepy Joe really ready to unite a racially divided country? There’s the race traitor remarks that if you don’t vote for him then “you ain’t black” and the Democrat’s political narrative to divide black America against white America. 

Biden should focus on exciting his crowds instead of putting them to sleep instead. That speech epitomized how he got the nickname “Sleepy Joe” perfectly.