If you listen to liars long enough, you will eventually hear the truth slip out of them.
I worked for a guy one time when I was in my teens where he was stealing money and misreporting it. Once he ended up telling me how he did it and a couple of other people. He ended up in jail for embezzlement.
Joe Biden is one of those people that is eventually going to get caught, we all knew this, but we didn’t think that it would be THIS quickly.
The rumors that the Democrat establishment has used Joe Biden as a puppet in the 2020 election was confirmed by the former vice president’s very own mouth.
Biden Lets the Secret Slip
Kamala Harris was named the most liberal senator by Gov Track Insider and former Vice President Joe Biden says that he has no major “moral” disagreements with his running mate.
He also said they are both “simpatico” on their philosophy and government and their takes on various issues.
Biden is known for saying crazy things and its obvious live TV does not suit him very well. While appearing on CNN with Harris, he told Jake Tapper that if they got in a disagreement, he would handle it in the same way that he handled disagreements with President Barack Obama when he served as vice president.
President Harris it is Then
If the two had ever had a “fundamental disagreement” on some major “moral principle,” Biden explained that he would have resigned under the pretense of illness rather than continue serving under Obama, and said his relationship with Harris would be the same.
Joe Biden is asked about his disagreements with Kamala Harris on certain issues:
“Like I told Barack, if I reach something where there’s a fundamental disagreement we have based on a moral principle, I’ll develop some disease and say I have to resign.” pic.twitter.com/SLcvrwaPCA
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) December 4, 2020
“We are simpatico on our philosophy of government and simpatico on how we want to approach these issues that we are facing,” Biden told Tapper. “When we disagree, it’ll be just like — so far, it’s been just like when Barack and I did. It’s in private. She’ll say, ‘I think we should do A, B, C, or D,’ and I’ll say, ‘I like A, don’t like B and C. And let’s go, OK.’”