Joe Biden Gaffe On Stopping Violence Against Women: We Need To Keep ‘Punching At It’ | MSNBC

Joe Biden Gaffe On Stopping Violence Against Women: We Need To Keep ‘Punching At It’ | MSNBC


100 thoughts on “Joe Biden Gaffe On Stopping Violence Against Women: We Need To Keep ‘Punching At It’ | MSNBC”

  1. Interesting, this coming from MSNBC. So does this signal they are now completely behind Mayo Pete – and his long list of fake black endorsements – as the great centrist savior?

  2. It's easy to criticize Biden's gaffes and verbal stumbles from the anonymous safety of your computer. There are many sound reasons why he's still the front runner in national polls. Engaged and informed voters know that solving the severe crises (one of which sits in the White House) we face as a nation, is far more important than scoring ( or pwning) with clever and cute attacks. It turns out that Biden was born with a stammering disorder: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2020/01/joe-biden-stutter-profile/602401/

  3. cringeworthy, dropout joe..for the good of the nation, not yourself..he rambles nonsensically…and doesn't even catch his gffe..god, he's mess…and you are so out of touch and corp owned…go away…me-too covers you sniffing women

  4. I'm constantly surprised at how devoid of substance and empty of content Joe's answers are.
    "How would you stop violence against women?"
    "Change the culture."
    "…okay? How do we do that?"
    "Keep punching at it."
    🤦‍♀️

  5. I laughed so hard I drooled a bit. Like you can't make this stuff up. If Biden is the Dem's guy…Trump will win again. Bernie is the only chance they have.

  6. He wants women to be treat like scratch and sniff stickers, here let let scratch on your shoulders with my gropey hands and stick my nose in your ear and sniff! Creepy sleepy crazy sniffy joe!

  7. Jose A. Ramirez Moya

    Honestly, I don't think age matters but Biden just literally feels too old. He's fumbling way too much, can't make a clear sentence and overall looks low-energy. I really think he should retire.

  8. 😁😁How is he still ahead of everybody? I'm telling you, Joe Biden should be a doctor because he gives me my best medicine… Laughter (well, I'm not as funny Joe, but I doubt anyone would want to be funny as him. It's like being as funny as a clown).

  9. Listen I always like Biden and at one time would have defiantly voted for him..
    But this is not the Biden we know, need or want. We love ya joe but it’s time to sit down.

  10. This is the dems best guy? 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  11. Benghali In Platforms

    If he keeps this up I might have to vote for him despite the corruption. Keep punching them Joe, when they want a paternity test, WHAM, when she asks about your illegitimate grandson, THUMP! Dinner is late SMASH

  12. Besides the obvious poor choice of words, what he's saying is utter nonsense. Where in our culture is wife beating encouraged or even tolerated? On college campuses, the wokest places on earth?

  13. In jest, and with love, what we really need to do is execute a plan to end the death penalty. Jk- love you Joe- keep up the good work you do for women ❤ Also, please be careful with what you say. This sort of thing is really not helping you 😕

  14. IT’S “ABOUT A LOCAL FREE MARKET ECONOMY STUPID”

    Andrew Yang's Use Case Modeling for a Trickle-up Local Community-based Free Market Economy
    By Mountainview2.CA
    It's interesting don’t you think, that other democratic presidential candidates (except Andrew Yang) are promising to adhere to the ‘Manufacturing Consent’ of incremental (business as usual) bureaucratic government-control over the economic self-determination of trickle-up capitalism of local (i.e., Appalachian-American, African American, and Hispanic-American) community-based free-market economies. On the other hand Andrew Yang (Taiwan-American) – a parent, patriot, and (humorously) an Asian who likes Math – is proposing a trickle-up free-market economy – by rewriting the rules of our 21st Century local, county and or regional economies, so that they work for your family.

    Background:
    What is a Use Case Model?
    A use-case model is a model of how different types of users interact with the system (Universal Basic Income (UBI)/ Freed Dividend (FD)) to solve a problem. As such, it describes the goals of the users (or community citizens), the interactions between the users (community citizens) and a coordinating system (of leadership; Mayor, Etc.), and the required (overall) behavior within a system (Trickle-up economic strategy) in satisfying these goals.

    Use Case Model for Trickle-up Community-based Capitalism:
    Date: November 9th, 2020; Democratic Nominee Andrew Yang Wins the general election and becomes the 2020 President-Elect.
    Date: February 21, 2021; Freedom Dividend HRxx bill is enacted into law, and because of the ease of implementation (IRS will distribute the $1000 Freedom Dividend starting April 1, 2021.

    Community Action Strategies Across the Nation:
    Date: February 22, 2021; Mayors, Commissioners, and or Community leaders of three communities (Appalachian-American, African American, and Hispanic- American) having a population of one thousand adults (age 18 and up) in each respective community began holding town meetings strategies with 90% (900) participation out of a population of 1000 adults.

    How a Trickle-up Community-based Free-Market Strategy Might Work?
    Planning Scenario:
    In trickle-up community-based capitalism, there are numerous free-market pathways to build or rebuild a trickled-up economy, such as through enterprise resource planning (ERP). In an ERP use-case scenario, participating community adults voluntarily strategize with their respective community leaders (Mayor, Commissioner, Etc.) on how to strengthen their ‘dwindling small businesses by rewriting the rules of their local economy to improve their free-market community economics and quality of life.

    Rewriting the Rules of Our Local Economies To Work for Us:
    Through a memorandum of understanding the respective community focuses their free-market consumer spending of $900,000 (monthly) or $10,800,000 (annually) to support existing local small businesses and local start-ups and hiring those within the local community as their economy grows exponentially. Thus, re-writing the rules of a ‘trickle-up’ community-based economy that locally, regionally works for them.

    Economic Prognosis:
    Date: April 1, 2021, Trickle-up Appalachian-American, African-American, and Hispanic-American economic self-determination (based on humanitarian capitalism) is rolled out across the nation.

    Question: What is your community population? What might work for your local community of a population of 1000-10,000?

    Come on THINK HARDER!

  15. He's in severe cognitive decline. Both him and Bernie will be well into their eighties after their first term if they get elected. Yeah no.

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