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Elizabeth Warren Drops the Ball on Biden’s Corruption

So the Left is really clever, right? They’ve got this whole Donald Trump problem on lock, fo shoozy.

Alright, let’s break it down. Imagine someone accused you of slapping a baby in a bank. You get arrested, spend a night in jail and are immediately exonerated when bank surveillance video shows you making goo-goo faces at the baby and not even touching her. Then, the same person who accused you falsely goes to the same judge, and says that you have been stealing old women’s shoes and selling them to illegal Mexican border crossers. Investigators go and talk to the supposed victims of your shoe-robbing scheme, and you are immediately exonerated. Then, the same accuser comes along and claims that you have been caught offering quid pro quo deals to a foreign power to get them to investigate your political rivals.

The point is, after everything the Democrats have tried to hang Trump on has been proven false and failed, why on God’s gray earth would anyone take this new accusation seriously?

It’s goofy, and everyone knows it. Not only that, but it’s shed light on the corruption of Joe Biden — the same kind of corruption that Trump is being falsely accused of.

All of this is as annoying as it is tiresome. But at least the Dems have the decency to trip over their own hems in an amusing way as they throw everything they can imagine at the invulnerable Trump.

Here’s Jimmy Dore with the latest antics of Elizabeth Warren.


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