Biden Tries to Mock Trump, Botches Delivery: ‘This Ain’t Your Father’s Republican Party, This Is a MAGA Party Now’

Joe Biden tried to make a few jokes at the expense of President Donald Trump and others in the Republican Party during an Earth Day speech in Auburn, WA at Green River College.

But he botched the delivery something awful. Biden cannot deliver a line. He never was a good speaker but we rarely had to listen to him because, to be blunt, no one cared before what he had to say.

And when he got a national stage, Obama’s people were smart enough to keep him out of the spotlight.

But there’s no hiding Biden now.

“This ain’t your father’s Republican Party. Not a joke. All you got to do is look what’s being played this morning about the tape that was released – anyway,” Biden said about a leaked recording of Kevin McCarthy. (See Video Below)

Biden continued: “All kidding aside, this is a MAGA party now. You’ve got the senator from Texas and others. These guys are a different breed of cat. They’re not like what I served with for so many years.

“And the people who know better are afraid to act correctly because they know they’ll be primaried.”

“We’ve reached the point that the crisis on the environment has become so obvious – with the notable exception of the former president,” Biden said.

Biden also took a swipe at DeSantis at a fundraiser earlier.

He said:

“I respect conservatives.

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“There’s nothing conservative about deciding you’re going to throw Disney out of its present posture because, Mickey Mouse?

“In fact, do you think we should not be able to say, you know, ‘gay’?” Biden said during a fundraiser in Seattle Thursday evening.

“I mean, what’s going on here? What the hell is going on?

“And it’s just, it’s so, I don’t believe it’s where the vast majority of the American people are,” Biden said.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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