Hillary Clinton has already said it’s obvious there’s a need to “bring our country together,” and former VP Joe Biden obviously agrees:
This country has to come together. This division, this hatred, this ugliness has to end.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) October 24, 2018
Nice sentiment — but Biden’s past comments show that he’s got a tremendous double standard when it comes to over-the-top rhetoric:
Thanks for your kind words, Joe "They're (Republicans) are going to put y'all back in chains!" Biden.
Kindly stuff it. https://t.co/kHS4RWB8Tu
— RBe (@RBPundit) October 24, 2018
“He is going to put y’all back in chains.” Biden said at a campaign event in Danville, Virginia, please tell us all again about this division, hatred, and ugliness
— Andrewsdale (@SAndrew76) October 24, 2018
Biden should have sat this one out:
They'll put them back in Chains https://t.co/wSLr24oiKC
— John Katsanos (@katmancon) October 24, 2018
You said Republicans want to put black people in chains. Stop pretending you're above it all.
— Moroni (@moroni1180) October 24, 2018
Aren’t you the guy who said Mitt Romney was gonna put African-Americans “back in chains”? If you’re serious (and I don’t think you are), a good start to ending this ugliness would be for you to apologize.
— Todd Stump (@toddwstump) October 24, 2018
Perhaps Biden will continue his anti-harsh rhetoric lecture if he runs for president.