Bernie Sanders Says Joe Biden Isn’t Corrupt – What a Relief!
Well, it is official, Joe Biden isn’t corrupt! How do we know? Easy, all we had to do was ask Bernie Sanders. Whew, what a relief.
This revelation of Joe Biden’s character was revealed in one story covering these assurances from our trusted source, Vermont Senator (D), Bernie Sanders. In that story, Sanders was quoted as saying, “… it is absolutely not my view that Joe is corrupt in any way.” Well, that settles it then.
Now we can lay to rest those glaring ties between Joe and his son hunter and all that Ukraine business. It means all of those allegations of inappropriate behavior can finally be put to rest.
And even our aforementioned story, in which Bernie Sanders was responding to the suggestions from a prominent Sanders’ supporter, that Joe Biden “has a big corruption problem and it makes him a weak candidate,” can, at last, be answered.
Hey, it was the unblemished, infallible, always charismatic and… Wait – what’s that you say? Senator Sanders also has serious issues regarding his character?
There is a shock! These are certainly just nit-picking and minor issues, like being on the wrong side of a topic, right? No? These are serious allegations you say? In fact, another story recently reported on some of those very serious allegations of misusing and funneling taxpayer funds.
Yes, you know where (or to whom) he funneled those funds to.
These weren’t peanuts, or even bags of peanuts for that matter, this was serious money. The story reporting those allegations, citing the book Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America’s Progressive Elite said, “they funneled $83 million through this media-buying company…” referencing Sanders’ 2016 run for Office.
Of course, these aren’t the only question marks in the Senator’s curious and questionable career as a politician, so it doesn’t really bode well for his endorsement of Biden as a decent human being either. One criminal vowing for the character and integrity of another criminal somehow doesn’t instill confidence, does it?
This story and these two men contending with their own scandals, however, may have more than a few interesting scenarios brewing between them. While Bernie stood up for Joe, it begs the question, what will Joe do when the time comes because they are chasing the same crown, after all.
It is also evident that at least Sanders has some appreciation for the former Vice President, even saying, “Joe Biden is a friend of mine. I’ve known him for many, many years. He’s a very decent guy.” And, let’s not forget that Sanders used emphatic words to defend Biden when saying his pal was not “corrupt in any way.”
Those are strong words. So when his buddy and opponent, Joe Biden, has the opportunity to discuss Bernie Sanders… ?
In an already muddled field with no-favorites, no true front runner but a slew of front runners, drawing closer to your competition may not be an advisable move. Not if winning is your goal, but they are friends – “partners in crime” – right?
(Sorry, that pun was too obvious to pass up!)
That also makes it difficult to take much of what either of these candidates has to say seriously, and that includes the endorsement of another candidate. When we get to the finish line, however, regardless of who is left standing, it may not matter.
Barring the miracle of the Democrat’s only real plan to win the Presidency, namely that circus on the Hill to remove Trump, there isn’t a Democratic candidate strong enough to win. There is nobody currently in the ranks of a fractured and far-left leaning Party that is strong enough to beat the President.
Of course, that smoke and mirrors show up there in D.C. will pass, and the show in Washington will go on. Then the Democrats will be exactly where they are today, a year from now, trying to figure it out.
The good news is that Bernie Sanders has a friend, at least we think he does, but time will tell!