Wait, What? Joe Biden Goes Off The Rails, Blames Ann Coulter For Shutdown
Joe Biden is at the end of the day one of those people that seemingly used to know how the political game worked.
He also seemingly used to know how to properly conduct himself without looking like he’s talking in reverse order.
When the government shutdown took effect, there were people on every side of the political spectrum giving their opinions of it in every form of media possible.
From both sides we had people giving their opinion.
Now, as far as I can recall there’s only a few hundred people that can actually decide whether or not a shutdown takes effect.
I was in that building when my son took a field trip there in the eighth grade. Had a big giant dome at the top, they had a really knowledgeable tour guide that gave some very interesting facts about the building itself.
One of those facts is that it never served as a television or radio production facility…So Grandpa Joe needs to think this one over again.
In an interview with CNN Friday, former Vice President Joe Biden accused talk radio giant Rush Limbaugh and “the conservative blonde woman” — an apparent reference to New York Times best-selling author and conservative commentator Ann Coulter — of causing a partial shutdown of the federal government.
“Republicans overwhelmingly voted to keep the government open. Then Rush Limbaugh and the conservative blonde woman says he’s losing his base, and so he’s changed his mind,” Biden, who is said to be mulling a White House run in 2020, said of President Trump’s pledge to secure funding to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Joe Biden: “Republicans overwhelmingly voted to keep the government open. Then Rush Limbaugh and the conservative blonde woman says he’s losing his base, and so he’s changed his mind.” Via CNN pic.twitter.com/5qTS88l5I6
Biden’s eyebrow-raising remark comes after Coulter predicted that President Trump will “fold” on his chief campaign promise to fund the wall, despite expressing to Democrat leaders a willingness to keep the government closed until an agreement is reached on the proposal.
“For one thing, he actually did shut down the government — though don’t worry, he’ll fold in the end,” Coulter told New York radio host Mark Simone.