In a speech in western Pennsylvania on Monday, Joe Biden defended his months-long silence on the wave of revolutionary rioting raging across American cities, asking supporters, “Do I look like a radical socialist, with a soft spot for rioters?”
In his remarks about the riots that have made wastelands of several Democrat-run cities, the left’s cognitively-challenged presidential candidate slammed President Trump for “stroking violence,” then pleaded with his supporters, “You know me, you know my heart, you know my story, my family’s story. Do I look like a radical socialist, with a soft spot for rioters?”
Considering that Biden has promised to be the most progressive president in American history, and that he has not sincerely denounced the Marxist left’s violent revolution, then the answer to his question is “yes.”
“I look at this violence and I see lives and communities and the dreams of small businesses being destroyed and the opportunity for real progress on issues of race and police reform and justice being put to the test,” Biden blathered. He would later blame the violence on President Trump’s “incitement.” This was only two days after he promised he would never use the National Guard to intervene in domestic political disputes.