Joe Biden Has Always Been a Bad Person

Joe Biden Has Always Been a Bad Person. By Robert Spencer.

On Oct. 23, 1987, the Senate rejected [Robert] Bork’s nomination to the Supreme Court, largely because of a smear campaign and hysterical false charges that Biden had in great part engineered against the nominee.

This was one day short of a month after Biden’s 1988 presidential campaign foundered on his own lies. Biden had delivered a speech full of what he claimed were his own family experiences. “Why is it that Joe Biden is the first in his family ever to go to a university? Why is it that my wife…is the first in her family to ever go to college? Is it because our fathers and mothers were not bright?… Is it because they didn’t work hard? My ancestors, who worked in the coal mines of northeast Pennsylvania and would come after 12 hours and play football for four hours? It’s because they didn’t have a platform on which to stand.”

This was supposed to sound stirring and probably was to those who go in for class warfare rhetoric, but those weren’t really Biden’s family’s experiences at all. He had lifted it all from a speech by British Labour leader Neil Kinnock. Thirty-four years ago, that was enough to derail a presidential campaign; now the same liar is president, and does anyone actually think that between then and now Biden has become honest and trustworthy? …



[Fox News’ Lisa Boothe] also noted how Biden endlessly exploits the death of his son Beau to play for sympathy and support: “The only reason anyone thinks Joe Biden is a good man is because he has suffered so much loss, and he uses that loss, he uses that grief for political purposes as both a shield and a sword as we saw when he got 13 service members killed and then tried to invoke the death of his late son, who died of cancer. He did not die in the line of duty.”

And it isn’t just Beau: for years, Biden cravenly claimed that the accident that took the life of his first wife Neilia was the fault of a drunk driver. The real story was that Neilia drove into the path of the oncoming truck. Biden’s repeated lies drove the driver of the truck into a deep depression; the driver’s daughter repeatedly asked Biden to apologize for lying about her father, but of course, Biden never deigned to respond to her.

When a man like Joe Biden becomes president, he is still the same man he always was: a serial liar, a man who doesn’t hesitate to manipulate the truth and exploit other human beings for his own purposes.

If so many Americans had never believed the 1990s [Clinton era] mantra about how character didn’t matter, we might have been spared the Biden presidency. But given the man’s character, no one can say that the dumpster fire that the Biden presidency has turned out to be is any surprise.

Character is destiny.

His son is the subject of an upcoming movie based on the publicly-known facts:

hat-tip Stephen Neil