Democratic presidential candidate Joe “Yogi” Biden recently opined that “10 to 15 percent” of the American populace are “just not very good people.”
Which 10-15 percent would those be, Joe? Perhaps the rioters who have recently looted and pillaged and burned down countless businesses across the (formerly) United States? No? Didn’t think so.
Hillary Clinton called Trump supporters “deplorables.” Obama lamented those backward folks in fly-over country who “cling to guns or religion.” (Right you are, Barry. Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition.) The preternaturally creepy Peter Strzok was appalled by the unsophisticated smelly Wal-Mart people. Is this not hate speech? After all, progressives consider speech they find offensive to be violence, while burning down cities, attacking business owners and hurling rocks and broken bottles at police officers are not acts of violence in their eyes, but perfectly acceptable methods of making one’s point.
And they claim Trump is dividing America? Who is intolerant and non-inclusive? Who routinely labels and smears people with whom they disagree? Who is marginalizing and who is marginalized?
I can guarantee you that far more than 10 to 15 percent of politicians are not good people. And “journalists.” And entertainers. And professors. And probably a far greater percentage of those comprising the Deep State.
And what of those who’ve made a career out of using their position(s) of power to extort money for themselves and their families, Joe? Possibly even at the expense of their own country?
Confucius say: “An oppressive government is more to be feared than a tiger.” Kind of ironic, isn’t it, Joe?
“China” Joe Biden, the Manchurian Candidate.
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