Biden ‘angry’ some Democrats ‘don’t understand’ working class voters, jabs Paul Ryan for reading ‘Too Much Ayn Rand’
Former Vice President Joe Biden said on Tuesday he was “angry” that some leading Democrats “just don’t understand” when it comes to understanding the dignity of work and the concerns of Americans. working class.
Biden was in Pennsylvania campaigning for Democrat Conor Lamb, a Congressional candidate in next week’s special election in Pennsylvania’s 18th District. The former vice president told the crowd that he grew up “watching aunts, uncles, friends” and neighbors lose their jobs, and that his father told him that a job was about “dignity”, “respect” and “and your place in your community.”
” They do not understand. Some people in my party don’t even understand. This is our pride. It is about our dignity. It’s about who the hell we are and what we’ve done, ”he said. “It annoys me. It annoys me.”
Biden also slammed Republicans for threatening to cut Social Security and Medicare, telling the crowd, “You paid for it. You paid for it.
“A sacred promise has been made,” he said. “You paid for it.”
Last year, Biden also hit Democrats for not speaking out about the concerns of working-class Americans.
“When was the last time you heard from us about these people? He asked then.
Biden also hit out at Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) – who ironically worked with New York White House Democrat Gary Cohn (before the Globalist announced his resignation on Tuesday night) to try to make changing President Donald Trump’s mind on steel tariffs – like a “decent guy” who “just read too much Ayn Rand.”
Biden plans to challenge Trump in 2020, and Trump tore him apart during his Gridiron speech this weekend to elite DC reporters, claiming he would “kick his ass” and Biden “didn’t. luck ” :
We’re talking about Joe Biden, Sleepy Joe, entering the race. You know what he said, ‘I want to take him behind the barn.’ … Believe me, I would kick his ass. … Boy, would it be easy. Oh, how easy would it be. … But Joe, give me a break. Does the guy who keeps making outrageous statements think he has a chance at being president? Guy makes outrageous statements. … Is he going to be president? He doesn’t have a shot.