If you frequent this website, or listen to a word Joe Biden says, you already know that Biden is a complete trainwreck.
You are also aware that he is a known liar who has always tilted his politics towards whatever he believes will make him popular in the moment.
if you really want to hear what a phony Biden is, take it from Rudy Giuliani.
Giuliani blasted Joe Biden in a video interview with Newsmax.
During the interview, Giuliani called out Biden for his hypocrisy in calling the US “systemically racist” while also having a history of making racist comments himself.
Among many things, Giuliani said of Biden:
“You’re a damn phony and you’re a crook.”
Giuliani is right on the money.
Joe Biden has a histroy of being a liar and a racist.
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Rudy really went hard after Biden when discussing the recent racist comments made by his son, Hunter.
Giuliani at one point talked about the history of racist behavior that exists in the Biden family.
This comes as new details have emerged of Hunter Biden using racist anti-black slurs in multiple messages to his lawyer.
Giuliani makes the point that Hunter probably learned such racist behavior from his father.
The New York Post has more on that revelation:
First son Hunter Biden repeatedly called his white attorney the N-word in a pair of bizarre and occasionally lewd text conversations late in 2018 and early 2019, according to newly unearthed messages.
In an exchange on Dec. 13, 2018, taken from Hunter’s abandoned laptop and first reported by DailyMail.com, the younger Biden asked Chicago-based corporate attorney George Mesires, “How much money do I owe you” before adding, “Becaause [sic] n—a you better not be charging me Hennessy rates.”
“That made me snarf my coffee,” replied Mesires, who is white.
“I just made that phrase up, by the way,” Biden responded, adding, “I should have [h]ad your lineage.”
“Apparently you do,” answered Mesires, before Biden responded: “That’s what I’m saying ni …”
A month later, the Mail reported, a second, more serious exchange between Hunter and Mesires was interrupted by attempts at banter.
“Where do you find unconditional love then George,” Hunter asked, to which Mesires replied: “God loves unconditionally. Beau loves you unconditionally. Children are too young to understand what it means. But you will show them.
“There are ideals of unconditional love that serve as proxies,” Mesires continued. “I don’t have many. You. God.”
“OMG n—a,” Hunter responded before rambling on, “did you just a fictional character from the imagination of the collective frightened and my dead brothers unconditional love is what I should rely on and my kids aren’t children George.”
“My parents was conditioned,” Mesires answered, seemingly ignoring Hunter’s response.
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