One of the things Americans love about Joe Biden is his honesty. His ever-genuine, heartfelt speeches always ring true to the American people. He and Barack were a great team in the White House. They knew how to properly run a country and make their citizens proud to be American.
The Trump Administration, however, does not. And Joe didn’t mince words when it came to his true feelings about the horrible things going on in Washington right now.
During a speech, the former Vice President said of Trump, “We really worry that we’re walking down a very dark path. It’s not alarmist. We’re walking down a very dark path that isolates the United States on the world stage and, as a consequence, endangers — not strengthens — endangers American interests and the American people.”
He couldn’t be more spot on. Americans are feeling this darkness. We are feeling this tension around the world, that only seems to keep building with every bigoted, hate-filled political move that Trump makes.
Joe Biden can see that this will only end in tragedy. And we can only hope that Congress does the right thing and impeaches him as soon as possible.
But that’s not where Joe Biden stopped, he is officially at war with Trump and offered up his strong opinions about Trump mishandling the Vegas shooting.
Recently, former Vice President Joe Biden has begun to raise his voice against the Conduct of the 45th President.
In reaction to the Las Vegas Shooting, he challenged all of Washington to action on Twitter:
How long do we let gun violence tear families apart? Enough. Congress & the WH should act now to save lives. There's no excuse for inaction.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) October 2, 2017
And recently, in a speech on foreign policy, Biden spoke first how the last presidential cycle “churned up some of the ugliest realities that still remain in out country.”
Biden went on to declare, “Civilized discourse and real debate gave way to the coarsest rhetoric stroking our darkest emotions. I thought we had passed the days where it was acceptable for political leaders at local and national levels to bestow legitimate speech and fringe ideology, but the world is changing so rapidly that there are lot of folks out there who are afraid and susceptible to this kind of negative appeal”.
He continued, “the appeal to populism and nationalism is a siren song, a way for charlatans to aggrandize their power, raise themselves up, break down those mechanisms that are designed within our Constitution and internationally to limit the abuse of power and destabilize the world”.
And, Twitter had more to offer:
And we can thank Bannon.He engineered this, he admits darkness is gd.Ppl need to get on his case again,this is why he left,out the spotlight
— J.B (@1993jamesb) October 7, 2017
Trump isn't leading. He's a nihilist sowing chaos & division, pitting Americans against each other & destroying anything Obama accomplished.
— Sheila Roberts (@SROBERTS101A) October 7, 2017
Biden also criticized Trump’s geopolitical conduct and rhetoric speaking against the president’s handling of Russia, Iran and North Korea.
“We are walking down a very dark path. It’s not alarmist,” he said. “The isolation of the United States on the world stage…as a consequence endangers – not strengthens – American interests and the American people.”
Twitter agreed full heartedly:
Walking??? We are going down that dark path on a damn high speed train conducted by Trump himself
— Common Sense (@Radar144) October 6, 2017
And he would be correct………..
— Marci Easton (@marcieaston) October 6, 2017
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