Joe Biden has done it again. I think he’s said more stupid stuff already during his campaign for the Democratic nomination than George Bush did during his entire tenure as President of the United States.
Biden made an absurd statement citing that his proposed tax cut of $8000 for childcare per child would put 720 million women back in the workforce.
Biden said, “You get a tax break for a race horse. Why in God’s name couldn’t we provide an $8,000 tax credit for everybody who has childcare costs? It would put 720 million women back in the workforce. It would increase the GDP—to sound like a wonk here—by about eight-tenths of one percent. It would grow the economy.”
There are many problems with this, but the one that stands out like a sore thumb is the fact that there are only just under 330 million people living in the U.S. right now.
President Trump’s re-election campaign put out a phenomenal video highlighting Joe Biden’s gaffes.
Biden’s gaffes have recently been targeted by the Trump campaign in a new video questioning his fitness to lead.
The web video, tweeted Tuesday morning by campaign manager Brad Parscale and shared first with Fox News, stitches together everything from his recent debate-stage musing about “record players” to his statement that “poor kids” are just as talented as “white kids.” Interspersed with the clips of the 76-year-old Biden‘s comments are those of pundits wondering about his stumbles, shakiness, mental and physical stamina, whether he’s “lost a step” and whether he’s “equipped for a very grueling campaign.”
The former vice president’s age and mental acuity have been questioned ever since he launched his 2020 presidential campaign in late April. Last week, the front-runner in the Democratic nomination race faced repeated attacks from rivals over his memory. (Fox News)