Thoughts about Harris/Biden victory speeches

I’ll start this post off by saying it is my intention to always refer to the Democrat executive duo as Harris/Biden (listing Harris first) because most of America can see the writing on the wall: If elected, it’s only a matter of time until Kamala Harris becomes President. And I’m not saying it’ll be in 4 years when election season rolls around again. Joe Biden’s even said he will just be a transitional President (whatever that means) and won’t serve more than a single term. Not talking about that at all. I think Harris will be on tap to take over by summer 2021, whether Joe Biden knows that or not.

Last week, the potential President-Elect Harris and her friend Joe Biden interrupted college football to officially start the Democrats’ celebration with a speech lasting 10 minutes, 45 seconds. She basically said everything her party and supporters wanted to hear. Then Biden… not sure what to call him because he won’t be VP when Harris takes over… future former President? Anyway, he spoke yelled for 14 minutes, 59 seconds and basically said the same thing Harris did. A few awkward and crooked smiles later, and as always a verbal fumble or five, he was done and the entire group on stage were startled by fireworks.

The speeches didn’t go unnoticed by those who oppose the pair of candidates. In fact, the election isn’t even over yet but the mainstream media thought it was time to declare a winner so speeches is what we were shown on television. Once the speeches ended, people all over the country gathered together in what the left would call superspreader events (if it were anything related to Trump, that is). For now, though, they are just being referred to as celebrations.

Does anyone know if Tulsi Gabbard has dropped out of the race yet?

Biden’s verbal miscues were as follows, and please note I am not making fun at all of his stuttering. In my opinion these do not come from a stutter, but from his mental and physical decline.

To only have a few mistakes is a victory in itself for Biden, who said: Prejudent, creamier of demonization, 230 million thousand.

Not bad for the gaffe-prone future former President. He also referenced the Bible and Christian ideals multiple times. It baffles me that when other candidates, celebrities, or you and me talk about God or the Bible it’s close-minded and unacceptable… but when a Democrat does it everything is fine. Weird, huh?

-Out of the Wilderness

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