By
Ryan E.
|
January 21, 2024

Joe Biden Voiced Concerns About Hillary Clinton In 2016

In 2016, Joe Biden's mental decline had already started a little bit, but he was in nowhere near the decrepit state that he is in 2024.

However, even though Biden's mind and body had already started to fail, he was still capable of making a decent point every now and again back then.

There's one quote of his that might fool you into thinking he's actually wise:

"People just don't like" Hillary Clinton.

Those were the words that allegedly came out of Biden's mouth as he watched the results of the 2016 election roll in.

History aficionados will remember that that was the time of the biggest collapse in Democratic political history.

NOBODY gave Donald Trump a chance.

NOBODY.

If you thought Trump was going to win that matchup based on the numbers, then you were simply crazy.

And then do you know what happened?

Donald Trump won his matchup with Clinton.

Sure, Trump was ABSOLUTELY the right man for the job at the right time, but it's undeniable that he was helped quite a bit by how much America distrusted Clinton.

After all, America learned that they couldn't trust Clinton way back in the nineties when she refused to hold her husband accountable for having sexual relations with a White House intern and then lying to America about it.

Hillary Clinton couldn't leave Bill, because she needed the momentum that the last name would give her.

She thought it would help her chances to keep that last name.

All it did was signal to America was that if she can't keep control of just one specific American, then she's probably not a good enough leader to lead more than 300,000,000 million of us.

Even Joe Biden could see that.

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