Former Vice President Joe Biden spoke with reporters last week on the ongoing Coronavirus crisis; launching a series of incoherent statements and arguments as the nation struggles to contain the contagion.
“He’s moving too slow… The virus is not his fault… But, the response is his response,” said Biden. “President’s ratings have always gone up, but in the, the proof is gonna be in eating the pudding, what’s it going to look like?”
“I forget the exact phrase used, whatever he used, we’re not the delivery service,” he added. “We the people, we hold these truths, etcetera… It sounds corny, but it’s true.”
Watch Biden’s comments above.
BIDEN VS BERNIE: Watch the Democrat Debate LOWLIGHTS Now
Former Vice President Joe Biden squared-off against Senator Bernie Sanders in the first one-on-one Democrat debate of the 2020 election; arguing over a range of issues including Fidel Castro, the War in Iraq, Coronavirus, and more.
“Fortunately, I don’t have any of the underlying conditions,” said Biden on the Coronavirus just seconds before touching his face.
“China is undoubtedly an authoritarian society, but would anybody deny that extreme poverty in China today is much less than what it was 40 or 50 years ago? That’s a fact!” added Sanders.
Watch the Democrat debate LOWLIGHTS above.
BIDEN on VIRUS: 'What is his responsibility? If the... Allocating Responsibility... I'll Let History Do That'
Former Vice President Joe Biden continued his gaffe-filled campaign Wednesday during an interview on MSNBC; trailing off mid-sentence while discussing Donald Trump and the Coronavirus pandemic.
“What is his responsibility… and if it was… what would the…. Allocating responsibility… I’ll let history do that,” said Biden.
WATCH: Joe Biden forgets what he's saying and has to look down at notes during softball MSNBC interview taped with Lyin' Brian Williams. pic.twitter.com/KvGEPLZpxy
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Biden made similar comments in an interview earlier this week.
“In order to avoid those very high numbers we have to do several things. One: We have to depend on what the President is going to do right now. First of all, he has to, tell, wait for all the cases before anything happens. Look, the whole idea is he has to get in place things we’re shortages of,” said Biden.
Sure, that makes sense… 🤦 pic.twitter.com/2AhKT4mAAk
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) March 31, 2020
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo weighed-in on the ongoing Coronavirus crisis Tuesday; saying “disinformation is dangerous” during a global pandemic as the Trump administration works to slow the spread of the disease.
“Every morning I wake up and I read the data set from across the world… We’ve had one of our team members pass away from this, we’ve had 3,000 Americans die. This data set matters. The ability to trust the data is everything,” said Secretary Pompeo.
“This is the reason disinformation is dangerous… I would urge every nation: Do your best to collect the data, do your best to share that information,” he added. “We’re doing that. We’re collecting and sharing.”
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo: "Disinformation is dangerous." pic.twitter.com/SEO4qeD47J
— The Hill (@thehill) March 31, 2020
Watch Secretary Pompeo’s comments above.