Joe Biden All But Says He Will Run in 2020 in Private Speech to Firefighters Association

Former Vice President Joe Biden has been making the public speaking rounds teasing fellow Democrats that he plans to make a run at the presidency in 2020. While the field of Democrat hopefuls is already overcrowded, recent polls indicate it could be a two-man race for the party’s nod. It may seem ironic that the same liberals that call white males the devil incarnate favor two of the oldest, whitest males in politics today.

In this exclusive news video, Biden made overtures in front of a group of firefighters that he planned to announce his candidacy in the very near future. While his poll numbers are rivaled only by Vermont Sen. “Crazy Ol’” Bernie Sanders, experts say that the former vice president could see a bump should he make his run official. Although Democrats seem to favor the f-bomb dropping politician and shrug off allegations about his past sexual misconduct, could Biden really secure the party’s nomination?

It’s no secret that the far left has seized control of the DNC and socialists such as AOC, fake Native American Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and bigots such as Rep. Ihan Omar are running the show in Washington. Perhaps Biden believes he could once again ride Obama’s popularity coattails into the White House.

Watch firsthand and you decide whether Joe Biden plans to announce after a breaking news source surfaces. It’s all in this video clip from a private speech he gave earlier this week.

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