Joe Biden is a real Renaissance Man. And if he has to turn into a Cherokee woman to have a shot against Hillary, he will do it.
Vice President Joe Biden appeared at a closed-door fundraiser in South Carolina on Friday, where he took a shot at former President Bill Clinton’s tenure, according to a CNN report.
Mr. Biden gave what one attendee called “an Elizabeth Warren-type speech,” focusing mostly on the economic woes of the middle class. But one of his most notable comments came when he set his sights on the latter half of Mr. Clinton’s presidency.
Mr. Biden said the fraying of middle-class economic security did not begin during President George W. Bush’s terms, but earlier, in the “later years of the Clinton administration,” CNN reported, citing three sources.
So who was the target audience for Biden’s speech on the woes of the middle class?
“He said we have some of the most productive workers in the world, but corporations are more concerned about their stockholders than they are about their employees,” one attendee said. “He talked about how the fruits of labor go to stockholders, rather than to the people who are producing it. That the people making the money in this country are the corporations.”
He spoke for more than 30 minutes at the fundraiser, stepping away from the podium and delivering remarks while standing among the “mostly VIP crowd” of prominent local attorneys, Democratic activists and a range of current and former elected officials.
So… a politician who has never worked for a living delivered a speech about the woes of the middle class… to a room full of politicians who have never worked for a living.
It’s not just a joke. It’s also the Democratic Party.
Can we talk about how much of the fruits of the labor go to parasites like these?
Biden touted the Obama administration’s record on the economy, multiple Democrats in the room told CNN, but he also painted a picture of a middle class still struggling while the nation’s top earners continue to line their pockets.
The Vice President by the way makes $230,000. His job consists of doing nothing except lining his pockets.