Joe Biden Lets Everyone Know When It’s Appropriate To Hit A Woman During Debate
The fifth Democratic presidential debate was held this week and of course, they focused on President Trump and the absurd impeachment hearings right away.
But the debate at least got amusing when Joe Biden started talking about hitting women.
One of the moderators asked Biden, “Vice President Biden, the #MeToo movement has forced a cultural reckoning around the issue of sexual violence and harrassment against women in America. Are there specific actions that you would take early in your administration to address this problem?”
Biden responded in a way that only Joe Biden can respond,
“Yes, and by the way, it’s one of the reasons the first thing I would do is make sure we pass the Violence Against Women Act re-authorization. The fact is, what happens now is we, in fact, have to fundamentally change the culture, the culture of how women are treated. That’s why as Vice President, I asked the president if I could start the movement on the college campuses to say it’s on us, it’s everyone’s responsibility.”
“No man has a right to raise a hand to a woman in anger other than in self-defense, and that rarely ever occurs.”
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) November 21, 2019
Biden was very eager for Wednesday’s debate so that he could let you know when to hit a woman. So much so that he sent out an email saying that he had just finished the debate…6 hours too early!
According to The Daily Wire,
Biden’s campaign stumbled heading into the debate on Wednesday as the campaign “accidentally sent out a fundraising email celebrating his performance at Wednesday’s Democratic debate – hours before the event had even begun,” Fox News reported. “The message was sent out to Biden supporters several minutes after 3 p.m. ET, nearly six hours prior to the start time.”
“I’m leaving the fifth Democratic debate now,” the email stated. “I hope I made you proud out there and I hope I made it clear to the world why our campaign is so important.”
An hour later, the Biden campaign sent out a follow-up email, stating: “You might have just gotten an email from Joe about just getting off of the debate stage. That’s our bad, team. We know Joe is going to make us proud tonight. We were just so excited for it that we accidentally hit send too soon.”