Looks like Old Joe is fighting mad!
Anytime Biden claims he can beat a meeting attendee at push-ups, you can tell the argument is going in the wrong direction.
It seems an Iowan was attending a meet and greet with the former VP when he questioned Biden about his actions, helping his son get a Ukraine job with a gas company and not having experience.
Objective reporting for the educated American.
Biden too exception to the topic and called him a damn liar and that’s when it got tense!
Joe Biden, not to be outdone by Nancy Pelosi’s breakdown today, snaps at a voter in Iowa.
The voter had questioned how Sleepy Joe’s son Hunter got hired in the Ukraine for a job he wasn’t qualified for.
This exchange got ugly and aggressive fast.pic.twitter.com/SC4f5RHVeT
— Paul A. Szypula (@Bubblebathgirl) December 5, 2019
Biden’s response prompted the man to push back, saying he heard allegations of impropriety regarding his role in the firing of a Ukrainian prosecutor that was investigating the board of a company Biden’s son, Hunter, was serving on.
“You see it on the TV? I know you do. By the way, that’s why I’m not sedentary … The reason I’m running is that I’ve been around a long time, and I know more than most people know, and I can get things done. That’s why I’m running,” Biden said. “And if you wanna check out my shape on, let’s do push-ups together men, let’s run, let’s do whatever you want to do.”
Biden’s response earned applause from the audience, he then proceeded to deny any allegations that he acted improperly during his time in the White House.
The voter then interjected again, saying he never accused the former vice president of doing anything wrong, which only agitated the voter further.
“You said I set up my son to work in an oil company, isn’t that what you said? Get your word straight, Jack,” Biden said. [Washington Examiner]
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