Joe Biden called President Clinton's impeachment a "partisan lynching."

WATCH: Joe Biden’s Lynching Video Surfaces

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Hey, remember waaaay back that other time (Tuesday to be exact) when former Vice President Joe Biden condemned President Donald Trump’s use of the term “lynching” to describe the House’s impeachment inquiry? Get this: Biden has a love for the word himself! In fact, Biden used the SAME term back in 1998 to describe former President Bill Clinton’s impeachment.

President Donald Trump, referring to his impeachment inquiry, caught heat on Tuesday for stating on Twitter that “All Republicans must remember what they are witnessing here – a lynching.”

Opportunistic Biden jumped on that s*** like a fat kid on a Big Mac.

“Impeachment is not ‘lynching,’ it is part of our Constitution,” Biden wrote. “Our country has a dark, shameful history with lynching, and to even think about making this comparison is abhorrent. It’s despicable.”

That’s right. Joe Biden finds the use of the term impeachment “abhorrent.” It’s “despicable.” Trump is “despicable” and there is no excuse for his careless use of that term – PERIOD. 


Biden, caught with pants at knees ONCE AGAIN, responded to the incident in a tweet, apologizing for his choice of words.

“This wasn’t the right word to use and I’m sorry about that,” Biden tweeted. “Trump, on the other hand, chose his words deliberately today in his use of the word lynching and continues to stoke racial divides in this country daily.”

No need for apologies, Joe – especially NON-apologetic, hypocritical apologies. You’re a Democrat after all. You get a pass. Go forth and sin no more. 

Also, what’s the deal with that “mullet stage” you were going through in the 90s? Was that like a mid-life crisis kind of thing?

Vice President Joe Biden's infamous mullet

The Chicks on the Right have more on Uncle Joe’s latest slip-up in the clip below.


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