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‘Shaky’ Joe Biden Loses It On Live TV – His Short Race Could Be Over

Biden just careened out of control – he even had a ‘Jeb!’ moment.

How sad. After being hyped up by the media, it looks like Joe Biden’s race for the White House is crashing and burning.

In a recent speech, he had more than a few problems—and it’s a pretty amazing watch!

From The American Mirror:

Perhaps “Sleepy” Joe Biden’s new nickname should be “Shaky”.

The Democrat frontrunner — according to polls — delivered what was billed as a foreign policy speech, and delivered what he likely thought was going to be an applause line.

Except no one clapped, only responding with silence.

Wow. This makes Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi’s gaffs appear smooth and sophisticated!

Watch the video. It’s not pretty. Joe Biden had trouble saying words like fascism, progress, nd even Trump.

When he landed a line that he thought would get applause, there was only painful silence.

In a speech where he was supposed to lay out his own policies, he spends most of the time slandering Tump—oo! I mean Trump.

At the end of the speech, he appears confused. He steps back from the podium saying, “What am I doing?”

Yikes. This isn’t a good sign, folks. Is he just having a bad day? Or is this signs that he’s just not up to snuff?

If you’re going to go after Donald Trump, you better have a ton of energy. The president is a juggernaut, full of passion and determination.

Hillary couldn’t cut it. His other rivals in Congress can’t cut it. And it looks like Biden is already running out of steam.

SHARE if you think Biden doesn’t stand a chance against Trump!

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  1. Robert E Malzacher

    July 17, 2019 at 2:45 pm

    I saw this when he first started. I think he has started with dementia or at least is having mini strokes.

    You mean nobody applauded? Out of all the 30 or so people who showed up to listen to this clown?

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