Joe Biden’s back at it again with putting his foot in his mouth.
Just a day ago, the former vice president and presumptive Democratic nominee for President got confused about when D-Day and Pearl Harbor took place. He stated “We declared our independence on December the 7th, it’s not just D-Day.”
Of course, December 7 isn’t D-Day, it’s the day the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941. D-Day was June 6, 1944. He was also wrong about the day that Delaware celebrates their independence from Pennsylvania, the anniversary of which is June 15, 1776. December 7, 1787 was the day the state ratified the U.S Constitution.
On top of that, he’s also told interviewers he has no problem breaking the law by talking to foreign leaders before his swearing-in. He made a comment that he’d have no problem calling up key European and Asian leaders on the phone when he’s sworn in to tell them America’s back. Nothing like dictating foreign policy on day one. Let me remind you, the entire pretense of the Michael Flynn setup was that he had broken the Logan act by talking to the Russians and now Biden is announcing that he’d break that very law.
And now he’s back, in the middle of rioting, looting, and all American’s asking complex questions about law enforcement and race. By now you’ve probably heard about Biden’s radio interview with Charlamagne tha God, in which he made many racist remarks about black Americans and their obligation to vote Democrat. It was pretty much the only story in the media over Memorial Day weekend.
He couldn’t help himself in a more recent CNN interview with Dana Bash in which he said in blaming Charlamagne “I shouldn’t have been such a wise guy with him, he was being a wise guy and I responded in kind.” This did not help his cause at all with anyone.
Biden later sat down with CNN’s Don Lemon and said Charlamagne was “baiting” him the whole time to say those racist comments.
He said: “I apologized immediately to responding to Charlamagne, who was baiting me. And if you looked at that film, you’ll see that I was smiling at him. I was referring to him; I wasn’t referring to all African Americans. But I should have never said it. I have never, ever, ever, ever, ever taken the African American community for granted. I have been their ally, and they’ve always been mine. And I’ve worked hard to earn every single vote I’ve ever gotten. That’s what I’m trying to do, and that’s what I’m going to continue to do. No one should be taken for granted: based on their race, religion, their background at all.”
Joe has never apologized to anyone, least of all Charlamagne. But again, the Liberal media will brush this one off their shoulders and yelp at President Trump for golfing instead.