Joe Biden Makes Horrific Statement That Could End 2020 Campaign

Former Vice President Joe Biden has been making headlines lately for all of the wrong reasons. When he’s not praising racist Democratic Senators who supported segregation, Biden has been accused by several women of touching them inappropriately without their consent.

Now, the 2020 Democratic hopeful is in hot water again for making a horrific statement that could end his 2020 campaign.

While speaking to voters on Saturday at the Iowa State Fair, Biden claimed that he was the vice president at the time of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

The Parkland shooting occurred in 2018. Biden left office in 2017, almost a full year before the attack.

His mind-blowing comment came when he was discussing gun violence and said that “those kids in Parkland came up to see me when I was vice president.”

Biden’s campaign quickly jumped into damage control and told the media that the former VP was referring to the December 2012 massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, which left 20 young children and six staff members dead.

That’s still not good for Biden.

He apparently forgot what year he left office (2017), claimed he was still the VP when the Parkland shooting occurred (2018), but his campaign says he was actually referring to a shooting that happened many years prior in Connecticut.

This is why so many are questioning whether Biden is mentally fit to hold any public office.

The gaffe is the latest in a string of blunders that has dogged the 2020 Democratic frontrunner.

On Thursday, Biden went full-racist by telling a crowd that “poor kids were just as bright and talented as white kids.”

Earlier this week, Biden mistakenly said the recent mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, took place in Houston and Michigan.

Biden was also accused a few days ago of grabbing a young college student after she asked him at a campaign event how many genders there are.

Needless to say, Biden was not happy about the question and grabbed the reporters arm.

When he’s not suggesting a “shooting war” with the GOP or threatening Trump with violence, Biden has been accused by at least four women in recent months of inappropriately touching them without their consent.

Caitlyn Caruso and D. J. Hill both recalled their experiences with Biden touching them inappropriately and making them feel uncomfortable.

Caruso said Biden rested his hand on her thigh even as she tried to squirm in her seat to signal that she was uncomfortable.

Hill recalled an incident with Biden in 2012, claiming that the then-vice president placed his hand on her shoulder and began to run it down her back, which she said made her “very uncomfortable.”

Former Nevada state lawmaker Lucy Flores published a column and accused Biden of grabbing her shoulders, smelling her hair, and kissing her head without consent at a 2014 campaign event.

Amy Lappos, a former congressional aide to Connecticut Democratic Rep. Jim Himes, claimed that during a fundraising event in 2009, Biden grabbed her head and pulled her in close to rub noses.

Biden’s behavior is so bad that even the mainstream media criticized him after he disgustingly had his hands all over a 10-year-old girl during a campaign stop.

Despite all of this, Biden is still the Democratic frontrunner and darling of the Left.

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