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Joe Biden Panders, Apologizes for Working with Segregationist Senators
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Former Vice President and lover of heavenly-scented hair, Joe Biden has now established himself as the leading panderer running for President in 2020.
Appearing before a mostly black crowd in South Carolina, creepy Joe expressed regret for citing his work with segregationists Mississippi Sen. James Eastland and Georgia Sen. Herman Talmadge as an example of his ability to work with others despite differences.
"Now was I wrong a few weeks ago to somehow give the impression to people that I was praising those men who I successfully opposed time and again? Yes, I was," said creepy Joe. "I regret it. I'm sorry for any of the pain or misconception that I caused anybody."
Biden also made allusions to a moment in the Democratic debates last month where fellow presidential candidate Kamala Harris challenged him for his segregationist comments.
"I'm going to let my record stand for itself and not be distorted or smeared."
Facing criticism for not apologizing sooner, Biden stated that Saturday was “the first opportunity we had to do it in a fulsome way.”
The Chicks on the Right discussed Biden's latest attempt at blatant political pandering on Monday's show. Click below to check it out.