But Biden’s campaign hit a patch of turbulence.
And now Joe Biden said two words that announced the end of his Presidential campaign.
Biden – as well as his allies in the fake news media – claims Biden’s upbringing in Pennsylvania to a middle-class family meant Biden was well-positioned to win back the working men and women that flocked to Donald Trump and his “Make America Great Again” agenda.
The Biden campaign claimed the former Vice President could deliver the industrial Midwest states that Hillary Clinton lost back into the Democrat Party column.
That assumption was always questionable, to begin with.
And it became downright laughable after a Biden town hall event in New Hampshire.
Despite Biden’s claims of being a “moderate,” Biden is a traditional leftist that buys into myths like so-called “global warming.”
Biden supports a Soviet-style reorganization of the American economy that destroys the energy sector boom and replaces it with command and control policies that prop up failed and unproductive “green” industries that are favored by wacko environmentalists.
During the town hall event, Biden declared that the coal industry should go under and that miners could ‘learn to code’ and become computer programmers.
“Biden riffing on how Obama put him in charge of judging the ‘jobs of the future’ suggests re-training miners as coders. ‘Anybody who can go down 3000 feet in a mine can sure as hell learn to program as well,’” far-left activist and pretend reporter Dave Weigel tweeted from the event.
“Learn to code” became a dismissive meme on the right after so-called “journalists” and the Obama administration suggested 40 and 50-year-old coal miners could change careers and enter the high-tech field as easily as one changed their socks.
In 2016, Hillary Clinton accelerated the pace of blue-collar voters in the Midwest fleeing the Democrat Party when she promised to put every coal miner in America out of work.
“So, for example, I’m the only candidate who has a policy about how to bring economic opportunity using clean renewable energy as the key into coal country. Because we’re going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business…” Clinton declared at a 2016 Democrat Party town hall debate.
These comments helped Donald Trump win rural and working-class communities by historic margins that helped Trump shatter the Democrats’ famed “blue wall” and become the first Republican to win Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin in a generation.
Democrats already worried that Biden was a more senile version of Hillary Clinton.
Biden echoing Clinton’s comments that he would oversee the destruction of hundreds of thousands of good paying jobs in key swing states because of some fantasy that coastal liberals hold as their “religion” only heightens the panic among Democrats that they don’t have any candidates currently running that could beat Donald Trump.
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