It just happened.
The most ridiculous, most out-there, not-gonna-happen campaign promise of all time.
“If I’m elected president, you’re gonna see the single most important thing that changes America is we’re gonna cure cancer.” -Joe Biden, 2019
Sleepy Joe needs to take a course in Realistic Campaign Promises 101.
We can’t wait to see Trump debate him on this one in 2020, assuming Biden makes it that far, which he might not with such blatantly stupid campaign vows like this.
Although, the round of applause Biden received for the pledge might prove otherwise.
Take a look at the clip of Biden’s ambitious promise here:
News of Biden's confident pledge to cure cancer hit Twitter and went viral immediately.
Check it out:
Biden's far-fetched vow spawned a wave of ridicule on Twitter.
Some users questioned the logic behind the statement, pointing out that if Biden believes a cure for cancer is so close, why does it matter if he's president or not for the cure to come to fruition?
Others pointed out the inconsistency of mainstream media's coverage of the news.
Others spoke to the utter foolishness of the promise, a testament to the lunacy of the left.
Breitbart has more to say about Biden jumping the shark:
Former Vice President Joe Biden made a campaign promise to “cure” cancer if elected president in 2020 during an event in the state of Iowa on Monday afternoon.
“I’ve worked so hard in my career, that I promise you, if I’m elected president you’re gonna see the single most important thing that changes America, we’re gonna cure cancer,” Biden told supporters in Ottumwa.
To be fair, Biden has overseen programs with the goal of finding the cure to cancer, but he stepped down from his own organization dedicated to doing so when he announced his bid for 2020.
On this, The Washington Examiner said:
During his stint as vice president, Biden oversaw the "Cancer Moonshot" initiative of the Obama administration. During his final State of the Union address, Obama announced the program that resulted in a report outlining recommendations for funding and areas to focus research.
After his term, Biden oversaw the Biden Cancer Initiative dedicated to cancer prevention and research until he stepped down from the organization immediately after he announced his run for president.
So, I have to ask: is Biden only gonna allow his cancer research to go forward if he wins?
Strange tactic to try to beat Trump, but okay.
If Biden wants to commit political suicide, I won't stand in his way.