For the Second Week in a Row Joe Biden Hints He Will Run in 2020

Creepy Uncle Joe Biden still has a lost puppy that he would like you to help him find… and he may or may not be running for president again! It seems like it was only yesterday in 1984 when Biden first ran for president. Sadly, Biden dropped out of the 1984 race when he was caught plagiarizing a speech by a socialist Democrat, the Baron Neil Kinnock of Great Britain. “Oppo” researchers had to really know their stuff back in those days before the internet!

Biden is best known for making female Secret Service agents on his detail want to stick their guns in their mouths. Being on a 24-hour protective detail just isn’t as fun when the “protectee” insists on swimming in the nude… every day. Not that that’s weird or anything.

Mr. Biden is also recognized as being incredibly hands-on with the wives and daughters of Members of Congress on picture day. And for sniffing their hair. One of the all-time greatest videos of a picture day at Congress was the time when Biden tried to lay hands on Sen. Jeff Sessions’ (R-LA) granddaughter — and Sessions swatted Biden’s hand away. Good times.

Today Biden has the liberal media in a tailspin because he may or may not be running for president. The reason for all the confusion, as usual, is that Biden can’t seem to spit out a straight answer. Watch as Biden delivered a speech over the weekend, when he slipped up in typical fashion and caused the media to melt down with speculation.

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