Category Archives: Joe Biden

November 16, 2017

NY Times Reporter Asks Twitter What It Will do About Videos of Joe Biden Sexually Assaulting Girls

It’s time to talk about former Vice President Joe Biden, the open sexual predator.

New York Times reporter Nicole Perlroth asked Twitter what the site intends to do about reports being tweeted based on C-SPAN videos that former Vice President Biden is a serial child molester.

Perlroth posted several tweets about the matter starting Tuesday in response to a Twitter thread by Richard Armande Mills.

Mills posted a thread on Monday starting with, “It’s time to talk about former Vice President Joe Biden, the open sexual predator. A thread/moment…”, and proceeded to post several C-SPAN video clips of Biden fondling girls.

The Gateway Pundit found those videos independently of Mills and reported on some of the more egregious Biden sex assaults on children in two articles. However Mills deserves the credit for getting people to focus this week on Biden’s behavior.

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Body Language: Creepy Joe Biden (Video)

We look at Joe Biden on his very touchy feely habits. The Why, and the motive. Can you find the easter egg?

October 30, 2016

Biden Admits Democrats Have Turned on White Middle Class in Favor of Elites (Video)

Average Americans are “smarter than we give them credit for.”

In a Hardball exclusive on MSNBC with Chris Matthews, Vice President Joe Biden admitted that the Democrat Party has turned its back on white middle-class voters and preferred latching on to elitists.

Matthews mentioned how in the ‘90s, forty-four percent of the white working class voted for Bill Clinton but in 2012, Democrat support had dropped to just 29% in that demographic and is expected to drop even further this year. Matthews said this is proof that Dems have lost a “gut connection” with these voters and Biden agreed.

“We don’t talk to them anymore,” Biden said. “We don’t associate with their difficulty anymore. It’s almost like somehow they’re in good shape, but they’re not. They can’t figure out how to get their kid to college.”

Biden blamed the Bush administration for starting the middle class’s economic decline, and then he blamed both parties for ignoring them. He also made it clear that Washington D.C. spends most of its time looking down their noses at the rest of us uneducated Americans:

“The fact of the matter is, those people we’re talking about built this country. They built it, and they are smarter than we give them credit for. There’s almost like what’s happened in both parties is there is sort of a yielding to pedigree. The guy who goes to Penn State or the University of Delaware, and the guy who goes to Yale or Penn — well, the guy who goes to Yale or Penn must know more.”

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July 13, 2016

Joe Biden: Obama Tells Cops in White House Meeting Their Police Forces Are Racist

President Barack Obama is trying to muffle politically dangerous opposition from police groups to his support for the radical and violent Black Lives Movement — but he’s also insisting to cops that their careers, colleagues and police forces are ‘institutionally racist.’

Obama met with representatives of several police groups at the White House on Monday, just one day before he attends a commemoration — and gives a speech — in Dallas for five cops who were killed by anti-white, racist African-American.

When the police groups told him that he’s not done enough to support the nation’s popular police forces, Obama quickly rejected their criticism, Vice President Joe Biden told CNN. He “talked about [his support]. He gave a list. He said, ‘I’ll be happy to send you all of these statements that I have made,” Biden said. “I don’t think that the [police groups] heard loudly and clearly, that, he in fact has, repeatedly, been supportive of the police organizations,” Biden insisted.

But Obama then told the police groups that they, their members and their police forces are part of a racist law enforcement system, Biden said.

“And he said, ‘But you also have to recognize that there is still institutional discrimination. That doesn’t just exist in policing. It exists in many other areas, hiring, housing, etc. And you’ — and so, then they started talking, and said, ‘Well, maybe we, the law enforcement organization, should reach out and say, look, we understand why you may be concerned about how we deal with you, but here’s — let’s have a conversation, tell us what it is specifically.”

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October 17, 2015

Ex-Pentagon chief Gates says Syrian program was ‘nuts’

Gates had also criticized Biden, who is mulling a presidential run, in his memoir, calling him “wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades.”

President Obama’s first Defense secretary, Robert Gates, called the administration’s plan to train and equip Syrian rebels “nuts” in a recent news interview.

“I think the idea of training somebody from the outside and sending them in is nuts, it’s just not going to work,” Gates said in an interview with the Fox News Channel’s “Special Report,” according to Agence France-Press.

The $500 million a year program envisioned recruiting and training 5,400 Syrian rebels outside of Syria within the first year and sending them back into fight the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), leading eventually to a force of 15,000 over three years.

Last week, however, President Obama suspended the program after it produced only about 80 rebels in five months.

The first group of 54 disbanded after coming under attack from al Qaeda affiliate the Nusra Front, and some of the next group of 71 turned over their U.S.-provided equipment to the terrorist group in return for safe passage.

Now, the administration said it will distribute weapons and ammunition to anti-ISIS groups it says have been vetted.

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August 25, 2015

Obama gives Joe Biden ‘blessing’ for 2016 bid

CNN: Wanting his Legacy to be carried onward.. Obama gives Joe ?Biden? his ‘blessing’ for 2016 bid.

Vice President Joe Biden received President Barack Obama’s “blessing” to make a 2016 bid for the White House, according to a senior Democrat.

But that’s if Biden chooses to run — the decision is his. While he doesn’t need the President’s permission, of course, a potential presidential candidacy was among the topics of their lunch Monday at the White House. The President made clear he would not stand in his way or counsel him against a run, the senior Democrat said.

The Vice President was expected to huddle at his residence Monday night with Anita Dunn and Bob Bauer, the husband-and-wife team who have been at Obama’s side for much of the last decade, two people familiar with the meeting told CNN. Steve Ricchetti, the Vice President’s chief of staff, was also expected to attend.

“As a general rule, we are not going to confirm the Vice President’s private meetings or provide a readout of them,” an aide to the Vice President told CNN on Monday.

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January 26, 2015

Biden to Doctors: Obamacare Settled It, Health Care is a ‘Right’

Vice President Joe Biden wrapped up his California visit on Friday by telling doctors that the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, had “ended the debate” about whether health care is a privilege or a right, according to the Orange County Register.

Biden was speaking to the Patient Safety, Science & Technology Summit, congratulating doctors on a rapid reduction in the rate of hospital-borne infections in recent years. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton also spoke to the meeting.

There is no provision in the Constitution or in the text of the Obamacare bill that refers to health care as a “right.” Nor are any other necessities–such as food, water, shelter and clothing–“rights” under any federal law or constitutional provision.

President Barack Obama has stated in the past that he believes health care is a right, most recently on the campaign trail in late 2014. However, the White House has not, apparently, made the claim that the debate over that issue has been “settled.”

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January 8, 2015

Texas Congressman to Biden: Mexican Violence ‘Has Ripped Apart Our Way of Life’

Border cities like Matamoros and Reynosa, which used to be safe for Americans to visit, are now the location of extortions, kidnappings, and killings.

A Democrat Texas Congressman wrote a letter to U.S. Vice President Joe Bidden asking him to focus on the worsening security situation in Mexico which “has ripped apart our way of life on the U.S. Mexico Border.”

The letter was written prior to Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto’s meeting with Obama and other officials during the Mexican president’s visit to the White House.

Breitbart Texas obtained a copy of the letter and Congressman Filemon Vela asked government officials to stop drug cartels and provided a glimpse into the harsh reality of the Mexican border cities While Mexico claims they are safe, in fact they are “the location of extortions, kidnappings and killings.”

While in the past the border cities in Mexico were a tourism hub, the escalating violence from drug cartels has drastically diminished recreational tourism to the area. As Breitbart Texas previously reported, in 2014, the FBI investigated 199 kidnappings of Americans in Mexico with a large number of those being in Tamaulipas, a state torn apart by warring drug cartels.

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December 8, 2014

Biden boasts end of Caucasian majority in U.S.

‘Diversity is the reason for our incredible strength’

U.S. taxpayers shelled out nearly a quarter-million dollars in November, so Vice President Joe Biden could trumpet “diversity” to world business leaders in Morocco and boast that in 2017, “for the first time, Caucasians of European descent like me will be in an absolute minority in the United States of America.”

“I’ve … come here to an ancient Muslim nation at the crossroads of Africa, the Arab world and Europe to talk about what it takes for all nations to succeed in the 21st century” the vice president told the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, explaining that educational opportunities, the rule of law and freedom are the key factors to successful entrepreneurship.

Where those factors are absent, Biden said, people flee to where they are present, like the U.S.

“Ladies and gentlemen, in 2017, the United States for the first time, Caucasians of European descent like me will be in an absolute minority in the United States of America,” Biden continued. “The secret that people don’t know is our diversity is the reason for our incredible strength.”

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November 15, 2014

Biden Promises Refugee Status to Central Americans Under 21

On Friday, Vice President Joe Biden promised that the White House would allow an expansion of the United States’ refugee program to offer refugee status to children and young adults from Central America. He made the announcement in a speech at the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, D.C. This announcement comes on the heels of President Obama’s vow to pass additional sweeping immigration reforms by executive order before the end of the year, a move strongly opposed by Republicans in Congress.

Previous U.S. immigration policy included a program that allowed up to 4,000 people a year from Cuba and Columbia to apply for refugee status. The new policy, as described by Biden, would expand that program to people under age 21 from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras who already have a parent in the U.S. legally, to allow them to come and join their parents.

“It provides those seeking asylum a ‘right way’ to come to our country, as opposed to crossing the border illegally,” said Biden about the new policy. “The program will provide a safe, legal, and orderly alternative to the dangerous journey that some children make — and some children don’t ever arrive, don’t ever make.”

The program would begin in December, and according to a statement by the State Department, applications would be initiated in the U.S. by the parent who was legally here. If a second parent still remained with the child in the home country and was legally married to the parent in the U.S., the second parent could also be added to the application.

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