Biden Cusses Out American Voters
Does Biden hate American voters? Sure seems like it.
On Tuesday, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre asserted that President Biden refrains from insulting voters, despite evidence of him making disparaging remarks on multiple occasions.
Jean-Pierre stated, “One thing that the president does not do is insult voters or the American people.” However, Biden has a history of questionable comments directed at voters and media representatives.
During his presidential campaign in December 2019, Biden engaged in a tense exchange with a voter at an Iowa town hall. The man criticized Biden’s age and questioned his son Hunter’s involvement with the gas company Burisma in Ukraine. Biden vehemently denied the claims, calling the man a “damn liar” and expressing awareness that the voter wouldn’t support him due to his age.
In May 2020, Biden appeared on “The Breakfast Club” radio show, suggesting that individuals considering voting for him or Trump “ain’t Black.” This comment came after the host proposed another interview in New York.
Three months later, in August 2020, Biden reacted defensively to a reporter’s question about taking a cognitive test, asking if the reporter was “a junkie” and dismissing the idea of taking such a test. The exchange included a remark about cocaine, turning the question back on the reporter.
During a campaign event in September 2020, Biden confronted an autoworker, asserting that the man “doesn’t work for him” and referring to him as a “horse’s a–.”
In 2022, a hot mic captured Biden calling Fox News correspondent Peter Doocy a “stupid son of a bi—” after Doocy asked a question about inflation.
These incidents raise questions about the consistency of Jean-Pierre’s claim that President Biden does not insult voters or the American people, considering the documented instances of contentious interactions and derogatory remarks.