Dem candidate’s wife suggests we ‘swallow a bit’ and vote for hubby


If there is one message that the democratic candidates for 2020 can agree on, it’s that their opponents are all flawed.

Such has been the case for the entirety of the already tiresome 2020 campaign.  What began as a slew of sorta-somebodies quickly found themselves in the shadow of a former Vice President named Joe Biden, the new de facto frontrunner.

Since that moment, the Biden camp has attempted to quell voters’ concerns regarding Joe’s advanced age and affinity for fits of podium gibberish – not to mention his longtime record as a Senator during an era whose social rules were unfortunately still ill-informed.

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Now, even his wife can’t seem to fire up the democratic base as it pertains to ‘Sleepy Joe”.

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Speaking at a bookstore in Manchester, N.H., Dr. Jill Biden urged voters on Monday to consider the “electability” of her husband, former Vice President Joe Biden, ahead of the 2020 Democratic primaries, and how they may have to “swallow a little bit” with the Democratic front-runner in order to defeat President Trump.

“I know that not all of you are committed to my husband, and I respect that, but I want you to think about your candidate, his or her electability, and who’s going to win this race,” Dr. Biden said.

“And so if you’re looking at that you’ve got to look at the polls,” Biden said. “If they’re consistent and they’re consistently saying the same thing, I think you can’t dismiss that.”

Not exactly the ringing endorsement we have come to expect from a candidate’s significant other, is it?

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