In order to assure the American people that we are not getting a man-a-kin Obama in Biden’s bid for President – it has definitely been evident in appearances by Biden – there are two Biden’s at different times. Remember how Obama tricked us and look at what he gave us for two terms – misery.
Biden’s run in my eyes is a illegal third term for the Obama Democrats. We are in the midst of a coup investigation which has proven that the Obama Democrats tried to take over the presidency for four years. Those people who vote for Biden, who is a prop, are voting for Obama Democrats. To clean out the swamp any vote for a Democrat is an illegal vote for to the coup.
President Trump stated that each of them need to take a “drug” test since even Bernie Sanders expresses concerns about Biden campaign.
Biden advisers hit back at campaign criticism.
Even Kamala Harris, who is the VP candidate, in a speech stated: In a Harris administration, etc., not “in a Biden’s administration. What is going on – is Harris trying to tell us something?
Campaign officials for former vice president Joe Biden took to the airwaves to defend the campaign from criticism on Sept. 13.
Which is the real Biden?
By Sean Sullivan
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is privately expressing concerns about Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, according to three people with knowledge of the conversations, and is urging Biden’s team to intensify its focus on pocketbook issues and appeals to liberal voters.
Sanders, the runner-up to Biden in the Democratic primaries, has told associates that Biden is at serious risk of coming up short in the November election if he continues his vaguer, more centrist approach, according to the people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe sensitive talks.
The senator has identified several specific changes he’d like to see, saying Biden should talk more about health care and about his economic plans, and should campaign more with figures popular among young liberals, such as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.).
Asked for comment, Sanders’s team provided a statement from Faiz Shakir, the senator’s campaign manager in the presidential race, saying that Sanders is “working as hard as he can” to get Biden elected but has advised some strategic adjustments.
“Senator Sanders is confident that Joe Biden is in a very strong position to win this election, but nevertheless feels there are areas the campaign can continue to improve upon,” Shakir said. “He has been in direct contact with the Biden team and has urged them to put more emphasis on how they will raise wages, create millions of good paying jobs, lower the cost of prescription drugs and expand health care coverage.”
Shakir said Sanders “also thinks that a stronger outreach to young people, the Latino community and the progressive movement will be of real help to the campaign.”
Sanders urges his supporters to come together to defeat Trump
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Aug. 17 said President Trump is leading the U.S. toward authoritarianism. (The Washington Post)
The Biden campaign declined to comment.