Joe Biden says things sometimes that are logical, but politically suicidal.

Several times the Democratic Presidential nominee has encouraged those who don’t think he is the right choice, to vote from someone else.

According to Forbes, Biden has repeatedly told voters not to vote for him, including the following times during his current campaign:

  • August 24, 2019—Biden, 77, responded to voters’ concerns about his age by declaring, “I say if they’re concerned, don’t vote for me,” to a group of reporters in Keene, N.H.
  • November 22, 2019—When Carlos Rojas, an immigration activist, pressed Biden at an event in South Carolina on the issue of deportations during the Obama administration, Biden told Rojas, “you should vote for Trump.”
  • January 29, 2020—Environmental activist Ed Fallon confronted Biden on his climate positions, and Biden responded, “you have to go vote for someone else. You’re not going to vote for me in the primary.”
  • May 14, 2020—Biden said in an MSNBC interview that voters who believe Tara Reade’s allegation that he sexually assaulted her in 1993 “probably shouldn’t vote for me” and should instead “vote their heart,” adding “I wouldn’t vote for me if I believed Tara Reade.”

On Monday during an interview with WKRC-TV in Cincinnati, Joe was asked why those included in a recent Gallup survey that found 56% of registered voters said they were better off than they were four years ago, while just 32 percent said they were worse off, should vote for him.

Joe’s responded that if the 56% believe they are better off now than four years ago; “Well, if they think that, they probably shouldn’t.” vote for him, adding that they have “memory” problems.

President Trump responding to the poll.

This high approval number flies in the face of all the polling out in the market.

Most polls show the president down double digits but this 56% approval is a good sign for the Trump campaign as the economy is the top issue for voters in this election, according to polling.

“With the country in the midst of a recession, nearly eight-in-ten registered voters (79%) say the economy will be very important to them in making their decision about who to vote for in the 2020 presidential election – the top issue of 12 included in the survey,” Pew Research Center reported.

“The economy is consistently a top voting issue. In a survey asking a similar, though not identical, list of issues in June 2016, the economy also was the top voting issue.”

November 3rd will go down as the most unpredictable election nights in my lifetime. As of today, 21 days out, President Trump attracts HUGE crowds to all his events while Joe is lucky to get a dozen or two, yet is supposedly going to a record victory .


Eric Thompson

Conservative Independent Syndicated Political Writer and Talk Show Host.
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