Joe Biden Keeps Telling People Not to Vote for Him

The people running the bizarre and incredible “No Malarkey” “Locked in the Basement” Joe Biden 2020 campaign have adopted a curious reverse psychology strategy. Sleepy, Creepy Joe has been repeatedly caught on camera telling people NOT to vote for him. Wouldn’t you love to see the science behind that strategy?

Maybe there’s some research out there that a certain demographic of Americans is likely to fall for this interesting reverse psychology. When they see Joe Biden saying, “Don’t vote for me!” they think, “Why doesn’t Joe Biden want me to vote for him? Well, I’ll show him! I’m voting for Joe Biden now!”

It doesn’t even matter where Joe is, he’s happy to tell voters to not vote for him. He’s been recorded saying it at campaign speeches, town hall meetings and even from his basement coronavirus bunker-slash-campaign headquarters. It will be interesting to see how this strategy pays off in the long run.

 

Or… wait… here’s a thought. What if Joe Biden really means it? What if this is a cry for help from Sleepy, Creepy Joe?

Some people have suggested that Biden is blinking “Save me” in Morse code during many of his podcasts and interviews that have been recorded from the dungeon that he is currently locked in. And let’s not forget that time that Biden actually said, “I’m locked in the basement here.”

Perhaps a part of Joe Biden is still cognizant of the fact that he is being viciously used as a stand-in until the DNC can find a more suitable presidential nominee. Maybe Biden just wants to be rescued from his current situation so he can go feed the ducks at the park and do other things that extremely old people enjoy!

Anyway, check out this super-cut of Joe Biden telling people not to vote for him! And then let us know what you think: Is this a cry for help?


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