So besides the latest nuggets of info about The Sniffler Joe Hiding China Biden! First he was BUSTED AGAIN for making another verbal blunder when sleepy Joe Falsely Claimed He ‘Predicted the 9/11 Attack’ on September 10th, 2001 yes folks I kid you not… But also looks like my fellow Floridians are not on the Biden Train! Biden routinely claims that he predicted the September 11th terror attacks just 24 hours before the strikes but video evidence proves he made no such statements and was referring to “biological” terrorism. Why would he do that? Why would he lie about something he can be proven a lie? Something so tragic, and a wound still open in this country from the worst attack we’ve ever had on our land? Fucking PUTZ!
“On Sept. 10, 2001, the then-senator from Delaware gave a foreign policy speech at Washington, DC’s National Press Club in which he complained about the Bush administration’s spending on a missile defense system, warning that an anthrax or other biological attack was more likely,” reports the New York Post. So he lied or is spinning his own words to fit a twisted made up lie? Either way he’s lying.
“The real threat comes to this country in the hold of a ship, the belly of a plane, or smuggled into a city in the middle of the night in a vial in a backpack,” Biden said. But when al Qaeda terrorists hijacked four planes the following morning and killed 2,977 Americans, Biden began claiming he predicted the attack. A totall fabrication of the truth, and during the hour-long speech, Biden mentioned terrorism only three times twice in reference to biological terrorism. But in an interview with ABC News just hours after the Twin Towers fell, Biden, then chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said he warned that planes could be hijacked and flown into buildings like the White House.
“Literally as recently as yesterday, I spoke to the National Press Club and talked about the fact that it is just as easy to fly from National Airport into the White House as it is to, you know, do the same thing in New York,” Biden said. He repeated this claim for years, boasting that he “warned about a massive attack on the United States of America from terrorists,” and that he “wasn’t clairvoyant” but “knew what everybody else knew.” So wait you’re telling us you knew, and did little to nothing to stop it? You let those people die? You got all those souls we lost on 911 on you! So you’re responsible JOE? You and those who knew like you? WOW! “On Sept. 10, the day before the attacks on the towers, I made a speech to the National Press Club where I warned about a massive attack on the United States of America from terrorists, why I thought it would happen and why I thought our priorities were misplaced the day before 9/11,” Biden said on the Senate floor in 2006. He repeated this in another appearance at the National Press Club several months later. “I spoke almost five years ago to the day, the day before 9/11, and indicated what I thought the greatest threat was at that time. To state the obvious, I wasn’t clairvoyant, but I knew what everybody else knew,” the lawmaker said.
The former Psychic VeePee and “underage kids whisperer” presidential hopeful has faced intense scrutiny of his foreign policy record
since announcing his White House bid last April. Biden’s history of making revisionist remarks has also come under fire after he claimed on last year’s primary campaign trail that he was opposed to the Iraq War, which he voted for drawing the ire
of primary opponent Bernie Sanders. In the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks, Biden also questioned whether it was worth going after the Taliban who were sheltering al Qaeda, telling Newsweek in December 2011 they were “not our enemy.” So wait why did you vote for us to go to war then Joe? He even suggested to puzzled staffers that the US send a $200 million “no strings attached” check to Iran as a gesture of good will to the Arab world, per a New Republic report. Biden also flip-flopped on who was responsible for the atrocity, telling PBS
in October 2001 that Islamist terrorism wouldn’t be possible without funding from Saudi Arabia before he and President Barack Obama blocked legislation
in 2016 that would have allowed victims of the attacks to sue Saudi Arabia.
As Obama’s vice president, Biden also repeatedly changed his story on the perilous raid that killed al Qaeda boss Osama bin Laden in 2011, warning his boss against it before claiming he supported it. In the months after bin Laden’s death, Biden told Democratic donors behind closed doors that he had warned Obama to wait another week for better intelligence and recounted how he warned his boss “don’t go,” according to CBS News.
In a 2012 documentary, “The Road We’ve Traveled,” Biden also warned that if Obama had made the wrong move, his presidency would have been “over.” But several months later, the Scranton-born lawmaker said he actually advised Obama to “follow your instincts” omitting the fact that he was opposed to the operation. “I said, ‘Follow your instincts, Mr. President. Your instincts have been close to unerring. Follow your instincts,’” Biden told NBC’s “Meet the Press” in May 2012. “I wanted him to take one more day to do one more test to see if he was there.” By 2015, Biden denied he told Obama not to go in front of other advisers and said he actually encouraged the strike.
“I told him my opinion that I thought he should go but follow his own instincts. But it would’ve been a mistake,” Biden told an audience in Washington, DC. “Imagine if I had said in front of everyone ‘don’t go’ or ‘go’ and his decision was a different decision. It undercuts that relationship,” he added. Biden’s two opposing accounts were noted at the time in various media reports and in an interview with CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell, who squeezed him on the inaccuracies. But Biden said he’d simply “never told the whole story” previously for fear of “self-aggrandizing.” And Obama himself said Biden was opposed to the raid in the 2012 presidential debates, as did then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who wrote Biden was “skeptical” of the raid in her 2014 tome “Hard Choices.”
In a recent exclusive interview with The Post, bin Laden’s niece came out in support of President Trump and lashed the foreign policy of the Obama/Biden administration, warning that another 9/11 could be around the corner if Biden becomes commander-in-chief. “ISIS proliferated under the Obama/Biden administration, leading to them coming to Europe,” said Noor bin Ladin, 33. “Trump has shown he protects America and us by extension from foreign threats by obliterating terrorists at the root and before they get a chance to strike.”
As if things were not getting bad enough for “PLUGS” as Rush likes to call him but as I predicted the numbers are in friends, and Biden loses his Florida lead as Latino voters shift to Trump! Biden has seemingly lost his advantage over President Trump in the crucial swing state of Florida, an NBC News/Marist poll released Tuesday found. A lot of that shift seemingly stems from Florida’s Latino voters, who have gone from resoundingly supporting Hillary Clinton in 2016 to actually tipping in Trump’s favor this time around, the poll showed.
Less than two months before election day, Biden and Trump are tied in Florida with 48 percent support among likely Florida voters. Biden had previously pulled as much as a 13-point lead over Trump in Florida. That dip comes as a majority of Latino respondents say they’re voting for Trump over Biden, 50-46 percent; Latino voters went for Clinton 62-35 in 2016.
A poll from the Miami Herald and Bendixen & Amandi International backed up NBC News’ findings, at least in Miami-Dade County. Biden still has a strong advantage, 55-38 percent, in the heavily Democratic part of the state, the Tuesday poll found. But it’s not the best news considering Clinton won that county by 30 points in 2016 and still lost the state by 1.2 points. In addition, the Miami Herald poll found Trump and Biden are splitting Hispanic voters, 47-46, though there’s a larger margin of error among that smaller subset.
NBC News/Marist surveyed 766 likely Florida voters from Aug. 31–Sept. 6, with a 4.5 percentage point margin of error. The Miami Herald poll surveyed 500 likely Miami-Dade voters from Sept. 1–4, with a margin of error of 4.4 points.