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Gutfeld on Joe Biden’s criticism
The former Vice-President Joe Biden, in front of the criticism of his political opponents makes it hard to feel sorry for him, in the Wake of the attacks of some of the other 2020 democratic hopefuls, according to Greg Gutfeld.
Speaking Friday on “The Five,” Gutfeld noted, Biden is the President of the Trump and the 2012 Republican presidential candidates hitting Mitt Romney on race and therefore he should be immune against criticism of his own language.
“I feel bad for Joe, until I remember that he pulled that repeats the same crap on the Republicans,” Gutfeld said of the former Vice-President taking heat over comments he about racial separation former senators.
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“The smear machine of the left, the crocodile, the eat together, ultimately, all of you, and you think you will be safe, but it will also eat.
“He is the one who does not condemn Trump said white supremacy – if he did it. He also said that Romney was, all He is back in chains” … from his bed with lubricating the machine, and, unfortunately, he has to lie, in this bed.”
Gutfeld noted, Biden condemns Romney during a 2012 stump speech in Danville, Va. – where the criticized then-Vice President of the now-Utah senator, the comments about the loosening of Wall Street regulations.
“He said, in the first 100 days, he is to let the big banks once again write their own rules,” the former Delaware senator said.
“Unchain Wall Street. They’re gonna put y ‘ all back in chains.”
Gutfeld also pointed to the remarks Biden to criticize in April, Trump’s reaction to what has been called a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va. in the year 2017.
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“Said give me a break,” the Democrat. “Enough is enough, man.”
“It is nonsense. The rally was advertised – advertised – as a white supremacist rally. Anti-Semitic chants were clear. Hate was on the March and he knew it.”