Joe Biden Quit 1988 Presidential Race After Admitting Law School Plagiarism (Details)

Joe Biden is a cheater, therefore he was probably perfectly okay with having the 2020 election rigged in his favor.

The former vice president admitted to plagiarism while in law school, which caused him to drop from the 1988 presidential race.



And one more, for good measure:

What are the odds the mainstream media touches this one? Zero. There’s roughly a zero percent chance the MSM will ever cover this story.

Maybe even less than that.


The MSM and far-left Hollywood elites will do everything in their power to protect Joe’s image.

Here’s something the LGBT community might be interested in, though…

From Free Beacon:

Former vice president Joe Biden once told a group of constituents in Delaware he viewed homosexuals working for the federal government as “security risks,” according to an archived local news report dug up by the Washington Free Beacon.


In his first year as a U.S. senator, however, Biden appeared unwilling to accept members of the gay community as federal employees.

The article from the Morning News, a Wilmington, Delaware-based paper no longer in circulation, covered a September 24, 1973, meeting Biden held with members of the North Star Civic Association. One of the members, a gay-rights activist, asked Biden questions on job discrimination at the U.S. Civil Service and in the military.

Biden noted, “My gut reaction is that they (homosexuals) are security risks, but I must admit I haven’t given this much thought … I’ll be darned.

If there was one politician over the past few decades known for making gaffes, it’s Biden.

*Originally published May 2019*

Notice: This article may contain commentary that reflects the author's opinion.

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