At one time, former Vice President Joe Biden was in a position to be the frontrunner for the Democratic Presidential nomination in 2020. As an experienced “moderate” in what is so far a weak Democratic field, Biden had just as good a chance as any Democrat to win the nomination. All of that changed, however, when reports of Joe Biden’s creepy behavior towards women and young girls began to surface once again.
The testimonies from women who were made deeply uncomfortable by Biden’s actions combined with the videos showing Biden grazing young girls’ breasts, sniffing their hair, kissing them on top of the head, and more have been nothing short of damning for Biden’s chances of winning the Presidency. Suddenly, the entire narrative surrounding Biden’s campaign changed dramatically. Almost overnight, Biden’s image as a likable moderate morphed into an image of a creepy old man who uses his position of power to touch women in inappropriate ways.
Now that this is the new narrative of Biden’s entire campaign, does he still stand a chance at winning the Presidency? The answer to this question isn’t so clear given that American voters may choose to overlook these actions in the same way that they overlooked Trump’s comments regarding women. However, it’s certainly safe to say that Biden now faces a much tougher battle than he did before.
Ben Shapiro and Dennis Miller discuss Biden’s prospects and the future of the Democratic Party below.
~ Liberty Video News