Joe Biden’s relevant political timeline

The Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden, has been in politics for most of his adult life – 47 years. Check out some of the most relevant landmarks of his political career below. I’ve also included parts of his personal life in the timeline, as I would imagine some *Hunter Biden* will pop up during some or all of the debates.

I can die a happy man never having been president of the United States of America. But it doesn’t mean I won’t run.

Joe Biden

November 7, 1972 – wins a seat in the Senate, age 29 years old, sworn in after his 30th birthday

June 17, 1977 – marries Jill Jacobs

June 9, 1987 – declares a run for U.S. President

September 23, 1987 – withdraws Presidential run amid accusations of speech plagiarism

February 1988 – has surgery for first brain aneurysm

May 1988- another surgery for second aneurysm – Jill Biden: “Our doctor told us there was a 50-50 chance Joe wouldn’t survive surgery. He also said that it was even more likely that Joe would have permanent brain damage if he survived. And if any part of his brain would be adversely affected, it would be the area that governed speech.”

January 31, 2007 – declares 2nd run for U.S. President

January 3, 2008 – withdraws Presidential run

August 22, 2008 – named as running mate for Barack Obama

November 4, 2008 – elected Vice President with Obama as President

November 6, 2012 – re-elected as VP with Obama as President

May 2014 – Hunter, Joe’s 2nd son, becomes board member of Burisma Holdings (a Ukraine gas company)

May 2014 – Joe Biden has Ukrainian prosecutor removed from office, possibly related to Burisma Holdings

May 5, 2015 – son Beau dies of brain cancer

October 2015 – decides not to run for U.S. President for election in 2016

January 12, 2017 – presented the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Barak Obama

April 25, 2019 – announces 3rd run for U.S. President

August 11, 2020 – names Kamala Harris as his Vice President

November 3, 2020 – ??

In a couple of months the last date on this timeline will be known, but until then, thanks for stopping by!

-Out of the Wilderness

Who’s administration is it? Biden vs. Harris 2020

Is anyone else confused about what’s going on with the Democrats? At this point, I almost hope this is all just a big mistake… and now that I type that out, I think it definitely IS a big mistake. The thing is, the Democrats don’t see it! Or do they? Surely someone somewhere is running this circus and once final act happens, we’ll all be like, “Ohhhhhh now it all makes sense!”

The problem is, there’s no way any of this makes sense. Here are a couple of clips that surfaced in the last 24 hours. Each clip is just 5 seconds.

What in the world? Are they now dropping the facade to let everyone know what their plan is, or are these genuine gaffes? We have grown to expect them from Biden, but Harris is new to the Democrat gaffe reel.

I sincerely hope these are incompetent politicians who are in over their heads, as opposed to a grander and much more sinister plan from evil people behind the scenes. There are theories out there that Harris is the “President-in-waiting” and once Biden gets elected, he’ll either step down or get Clinton’d (he dead).

Meanwhile, Biden is still the guy who hasn’t really had to own up to his very divisive behavior I’ve mentioned in previous posts. Check out 3 Joe Biden moments no one is talking about. And also, did Joe Biden die in 1988?

The way the Dems can save this sinking ship (or has it already sank?) is to brand the two together has Joe Mama. Get it? Combination of Joe and Mamala Kamala, after Kamala revealed her kids call her “Mama-la”.

In 2020, vote for Joe Mama.

-Out of the Wilderness

Jack Brewer’s powerful message at the Republican National Convention, and why it matters…

“We are not as divided as our politics suggest.”

In a more eloquent way than I ever could, this message from Jack Brewer is a persuasive angle on why Donald Trump is a better choice for President. If you’re on the fence, I believe Mr. Brewer shows us the stark difference between the two choices, Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Or to say it a different way: hope vs. change. Here are is a post about a few differences in the two candidates on some major issues. But now, let’s listen to Mr. Brewer lay it out plainly…

I loved every part of this speech and really quickly, I’d like to show you below what he said about the Black Lives Matter website. It’s absolutely true that the organization wants to disrupt the foundational idea of a family…

BLM website

Curiously, there is not one mention of fathers in their long list of things they care about. Interesting. In his message, Jack Brewer also said this, something his mom always said…

“When the Lord starts blessin’, the Devil starts messin’.”

Isn’t that the truth? What are your thoughts on his speech? Feel free to comment below!

-Out of the Wilderness

Joe Biden now has a VP choice and she’s not African-American…

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Early on I thought Biden’s running mate would be Amy Klobuchar but as of today, August 11, 2020, Biden’s VP selection is Kamala Harris. Here is why I thought it might be Amy K. Her Democratic debate highlights include a constant push to without telling anyone how to spell Klobuchar.

I’m not saying her hard-to-spell last name is what kept her from the VP spot, but I’m also not NOT saying that. Kamala is a little easier to spell, just remember consonant, vowel, consonant, vowel, and keep going till you have it.

In this post I’ve been careful not to imply Biden has personally selected his VP, because I’m not sure at all that he’s the one making the call. Maybe I’m just being sinister (I’m left-handed, after all), but could there be puppet masters running the show over at the Democratic party? I hope (and based on my friends, I can say I know there are some) Democrats do have good intentions but I think the Democrat politician is different than the Democrat civilian.

So now we have a somewhat familiar player in the game… Kamala Harris. She was born in Oakland, California in 1964 to an Indian mother and a Jamaican father. She’ll probably be categorized as the first black woman to run on a major ticket, although it appears as though she’s Indian-Jamaican and as politically incorrect as it is to say, well, American.

How do you feel about the Democratic Vice President selection? Will this help or hurt Biden’s bid for President? Chime in below!

-Out of the Wilderness


Did Joe Biden actually die in 1988?

News broke recently that when Joe Biden was at Walter Reed Hospital he needed nurses to do a few things for him:

  1. Go to his home to get his pillows
  2. Whisper in his ear
  3. Breath into his nose

I’m not a male nurse like Gaylord Focker but don’t those 3 things sound like something a nurse/loved one would do when someone is about to go up to the great Spirit in the Sky? You want the dying person to be comfortable so you get pillows for them. Family and friends whisper things like, “I love you,” “Thank you for being the best dad, son, brother, etc.” Breathing into someone’s nose would be in a CPR situation, although odd, for sure.

The backstory is that Biden was at Walter Reed in 1988 after 2 brain aneurysms. In a 2007 book, he wrote this about his time in the hospital:

“Maybe I should have been frightened at this point, but I felt calm,” he wrote. “In fact, I felt becalmed, like I was floating gently in the wide-open sea.”

Feeling like you’re floating gently in the wide-open sea?? That’s what someone does when they’re crossing over the rainbow bridge, isn’t it? DID BIDEN BITE THE DUST 1988???? Is the pale man we now only see in videos a ghost, or maybe Star-Wars-style hologram? Has 1988 Joe Biden gone “back to the future” for one last chance to not lose a presidential election? All of this might explain when he’s had some major gaffes over the years, and even possibly wearing a “vest posey.”

Where is Doc when you need him?

-Out of the Wilderness