!! OMG, Biden lashes out at Trump: ‘His narcissism has become more important than the nation’s well-being’ !!

Joe Biden has made an appearance to state the obvious about Donald Trump. Check out what he had to say above.

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24 Comments on "OMG, Biden lashes out at Trump: ‘His narcissism has become more important than the nation’s well-being’"

  1. The Obamas and Clintons are just getting by.

    • If by just getting by are you referring to Obama stepping up and addressing Americans during the protests and being the leader that they don’t have?
      Your comment doesn’t even make sense. Did you use Google translate? Maybe what you’re trying to say means something different in your language…Russian.
      Why you are even bringing them up is beyond me…this post is about Biden.

  2. Gomorrah Jones | June 3, 2020 at 6:35 pm | Reply

    Trump: I’m not a real president, but I play one on TV.

    Trump was not elected by the people, he was selected by the elite. The reason he was selected is because he is untouchable, allowing them to force any agenda on us that they choose. Trump has committed so many crimes, and yet he’s still in the WH…untouchable. They have been slowly stripping us of our rights and like the frog on a slow boil, we have no idea whats coming.
    Trump was placed in the WH to cause chaos and division, because the last thing they want is for us to come together. If we the people ever did come together, they know this would be the end of them. This is why they continue to pit us against each other and this is why Biden has no chance of being elected in November. Trump has already been selected. The only question is will it be through another fake election or will it be due to him calling off the election? Yes, there is a chance that could happen and he would get away with it…like he gets away with everything..Untouchable…and if you protest, well, as he warned us, he’s got the bullets ready.
    Our elite masters have played their TRUMP card…and its game over for all of us.

  3. Here are several examples of Joe Biden’s record of being squarely against people of color.

    In the 1970s, Joe Biden opposed busing. Busing was the policy of sending school buses into poor largely African American neighborhoods to bus kids to suburban largely white schools. Much like today, inner city schools were failing minority students. Joe Biden opposed giving black children the ability to get a better education in better suburban schools.

    In the 1990s Joe Biden wrote legislation establishing the war on drugs and creating the office of the drug czar. As many have pointed out, the war on drugs has led to mass incarceration of people of color and has disproportionately impacted minorities over whites. In addition, Biden wrote the Clinton Crime bill that led to aggressive policing of inner cities and also led to the mass incarceration of people of color as well as negatively affecting community relations with police.

    As the Senator from Delaware, home of many large credit card companies, Joe Biden championed bankruptcy reform that made it harder for poor people to discharge credit card debts in bankruptcy. In addition, Joe Biden supported legislation allowing credit card companies to charge confiscatory interest rates which disproportionately are paid by people of color.

    For all of you who think Joe Biden is a great healer for African Americans, you need to look at his record of hurting people of color.

    • Why are you so hell bent on making OMG your anti Biden platform? I’ve noticed Biden is the only thing you comment about. Are you hoping to convince us gay folks that Trump is the better choice? Trump who is trying to take away the rights of the LGBTQ community. The very first thing Trump did in office was to place a ban on trans people in the military.
      Joe Biden may not be perfect, but he isn’t on Twitter at this very moment threatening to shoot US citizens who are protesting because they are angry about a white cop killing yet another black man. I’m sure if the KKK was out protesting segregation, Trump would Tweet his support and tell us what nice people they were. Dude, no one says white supremacists are nice people…No one but another white supremacists.
      Lets not forget that last year Trump defended white supremacists after one of them drove into a crowd of protesters and killed one them.
      Anyone that stand by Trump is a racist and homophobic monster.

      • B.S. Name a policy by Donald Trump that has been racist and homophobic. You can’t. Until COVID, African American unemployment reached historically low levels and wages for African Americans reached historically high levels. Trump has been fighting for African Americans by fighting against illegal immigration which suppresses wages for poor people. Biden’s policies have demonstrably hurt black people. You cannot deny this.

        • Anti-Transgender and Anti-LGBTQ Actions under the rule of Trump:

          May 15, 2020: The Department of Education issued a letter declaring that the federal Title IX rule requires school to ban transgender students from participating in school sports, and threatening to withhold funding from Connecticut schools if they do not comply.

          May 8, 2020: The Department of Health and Human Services published a final rule eliminating collection of sexual orientation data on foster youth and foster and adoptive parents and guardians and rejecting proposals to collect gender identity data.

          May 6, 2020: The Department of Education published a final rule encouraging schools to dramatically weaken protections for student survivors of sexual violence and harassment, and eliminating a provision that encouraged religiously-affiliated schools to notify the Department and the public of their intent to discriminate on the basis of sex under a Title IX waiver.

          March 26, 2020: The Department of Justice filed a court brief in the District of Connecticut in opposition to a Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference policy that allows transgender athletes to play sports with their peers.

          February 27, 2020: The Department of Justice filed another court brief, this time in the Western District of Kentucky, expressing the view of the United States that anti-LGBTQ discrimination is not “a sufficient government interest” to overcome the objections of private businesses who want to deny “expressive” services such as photography services to LGBTQ people, and that these businesses must be permitted to opt out of complying with local nondiscrimination laws.

          January 16, 2020: Nine federal agencies – Departments of Agriculture, Education, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, Justice, Labor, and Veterans Affairs, and the U.S. Agency on International Development – all proposed rule changes that would eliminate the rights of people receiving help from federal programs to request a referral if they have a concern or problem with a faith-based provider and to receive written notice of their rights; and that would encourage agencies to claim religious exemptions to deny help to certain people while receiving federal funds.

          November 5, 2019: The Department of Labor proposed to exempt the TRICARE health care program for military dependents and retirees from requirements not to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. It is not immediately apparent whether TRICARE intends to make any changes in its benefits policies. Currently, TRICARE covers hormone therapy and counseling for transgender retirees and dependents, but DOD interprets the TRICARE statute to exclude transition-related surgery regardless of medical necessity.=

          November 1, 2019: the Department of Health and Human Services announced it would not enforce, and planned to repeal, regulations prohibiting discrimination based on gender identity, sexual orientation, and religion in all HHS grant programs. These include programs to address the HIV, opioid, and youth homelessness epidemics, as well as hundreds of billions of dollars in other health and human service programs.

          November 1, 2019: the Department of Education published final regulations permitting religious schools to ignore nondiscrimination standards set by accrediting agencies.

          September 19, 2019: The Department of Health and Human Services cancelled a plan to explicitly prohibit hospitals from discriminating against LGBTQ patients as a requirement of Medicare and Medicaid funds.

          August 16, 2019: The Department of Justice filed a brief in the U.S. Supreme Court arguing that federal law “does not prohibit discrimination against transgender persons based on their transgender status.”

          August 14, 2019: The Department of Labor announced a proposed rule that would radically expand the ability of federal contractors to exempt themselves from equal employment opportunity requirements, allowing for-profit and non-profit employers to impose “religious criteria” on employees that could include barring LGBTQ employees.

          July 15, 2019: The Departments of Justice and Homeland Security announced an interim final rule that would block the vast majority of asylum-seekers from entering the United States, with deadly consequences for those fleeing anti-LGBTQ violence.

          July 8, 2019: The Department of State established a “Commission on Unalienable Rights” aimed at narrowing our country’s human rights advocacy to fit with the “natural law” and “natural rights” views of social conservatives, stating it would seek to “be vigilant that human rights discourse not be corrupted or hijacked or used for dubious or malignant purposes.” (Shortly thereafter, the State Department official tasked with coordinating the new commission was fired for “abusive” management including homophobic remarks.)

          July 3, 2019: The Department of Housing and Urban Development removed requirements that applicants for homelessness funding maintain anti-discrimination policies and demonstrate efforts to serve LGBT people and their families, who are more likely to be homeless.

          May 24, 2019: The Department of Health and Human Services published a proposed rule that would remove all recognition that federal law prohibits transgender patients from discrimination in health care. Courts across the nation have ruled otherwise.

          May 22, 2019: The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced a plan to gut regulations prohibiting discrimination against transgender people in HUD-funded homeless shelters.

          May 14, 2019: President Trump announced his opposition to the Equality Act (H.R. 5), the federal legislation that would confirm and strengthen civil rights protections for LGBTQ Americans and others.

          May 2, 2019: The Department of Health and Human Services published a final rule encouraging hospital officials, staff, and insurance companies to deny care to patients, including transgender patients, based on religious or moral beliefs. This vague and broad rule was immediately challenged in court.

          April 19, 2019: The Department of Health and Human Service announced a proposed rule to abandon data collection on sexual orientation of foster youth and foster and adoptive parents and guardians.

          April 12, 2019: The Department of Defense put President Trump’s ban on transgender service members into effect, putting service members at risk of discharge if they come out or are found out to be transgender.

          March 13, 2019: The Department of Defense laid out its plans for implementing its ban on transgender troops, giving an official implementation date of April 12.

          January 23, 2019: The Department of Health & Human Services’ Office of Civil Rights granted an exemption to adoption and foster care agencies in South Carolina, allowing religiously-affiliated services to discriminate against current and aspiring LGBTQ caregivers.

          November 23, 2018: The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) erased critical guidance that helped federal agency managers understand how to support transgender federal workers and respect their rights, replacing clear and specific guidance reflecting applicable law and regulations with vaguely worded guidance hostile to transgender workers. While this guidance change did not change the rights of transgender federal workers under applicable law, regulations, Executive Orders, and case law, it is likely to cause confusion and promote discrimination within the nation’s largest employer.

          November 19, 2018: The Department of State appealed a court order directing it to issue a passport with a gender-neutral designation to a non-binary, intersex applicant.

          October 25, 2018: U.S. representatives at the United Nations worked to remove references to transgender people in UN human rights documents.

          October 24, 2018: The Department of Justice submitted a brief to the Supreme Court aruging that it is legal to discriminate against transgender employee, contradicting court rulings that say protections under Title VII in the workplace don’t extend to transgender workers.

          October 21, 2018: The New York Times reported that the Department of Health and Human Services proposed in a memo to change the legal definition of sex under Title IX, which would would leave transgender people vulnerable to discrimination.

          August 10, 2018: The Department of Labor released a new directive for Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) staff encouraging them to grant broad religious exemptions to federal contractors with religious-based objections to complying with nondiscrimination laws. It also deleted material from an OFCCP FAQ on LGBT nondiscrimination protections that previously clarified the limited scope of allowable religious exemptions.

          June 11, 2018: Attorney General Jeff Sessions ruled that the federal government would no longer recognized gang violence or domestic violence as grounds for asylum, adopting a legal interpretation that could lead to rejecting most LGBT asylum-seekers.

          May 11, 2018: The Bureau of Prisons in the Department of Justice adopted an illegal policy of almost entirely housing transgender people in federal prison facilities that match their sex assigned at birth, rolling back existing protections.

          April 11, 2018: The Department of Justice proposed to strip data collection on sexual orientation and gender identity of teens from the National Crime Victimization Survey.

          March 23, 2018: The Trump Administration announced an implementation plan for its discriminatory ban on transgender military service members.

          March 20, 2018: The Department of Education reiterated that the Trump administration would refuse to allow transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms based on their gender identity, countering multiple court rulings reaffirming that transgender students are protected under Title IX.

          March 5, 2018: The Department Housing and Urban Development Secretary announced a change to its official mission statement by removing its commitment of inclusive and discrimination-free communities from the statement.

          February 18, 2018: The Department of Education announced it will summarily dismiss complaints from transgender students involving exclusion from school facilities and other claims based solely on gender identity discrimination.

          January 26, 2018: The Department of Health and Human Services proposed a rule that encourages medical providers to use religious grounds to deny treatment to transgender people, people who need reproductive care, and others.

          January 18, 2018: The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Civil Rights opened a “Conscience and Religious Freedom Division” that will promote discrimination by health care providers who can cite religious or moral reasons for denying care.

          December 29, 2017: President Trump fired the White House Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS. The transgender community is disproportionately affected by HIV.

          December 20, 2017: President Trump nominated Gordon P. Giampietro to serve as a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. Giampietro called marriage equality “an assault on nature.” Giampietro’s nomination was eventually withdrawn.

          December 14, 2017: Staff at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were instructed not to use the words “transgender,” “vulnerable,” “entitlement,” “diversity,” “fetus,” “evidence-based,” and “science-based” in official documents.

          October 6, 2017: The Justice Department released a sweeping “license to discriminate” allowing federal agencies, government contractors, government grantees, and even private businesses to engage in illegal discrimination, as long as they can cite religious reasons for doing so.

          October 5, 2017: The Justice Department released a memo instructing Department of Justice attorneys to take the legal position that federal law does not protect transgender workers from discrimination.

          October 2, 2017: President Trump nominated Kyle Duncan to serve as a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Duncan has dedicated his career to limiting the rights of transgender people, and even defended the anti-trans parties in the North Carolina’s infamous HB2 debacle and the school district that discriminated against Gavin Grimm.

          September 7, 2017: The Justice Department filed a legal brief on behalf of the United States in the U.S. Supreme Court, arguing for a constitutional right for businesses to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation and, implicitly, gender identity.

          September 7, 2017: President Trump nominated Gregory G. Katsas to serve as a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Katsas played a central role in helping Trump ban qualified transgender people serving in the miiltary.

          September 7, 2017: President Trump nominated Matthew J. Kacsmaryk to serve as a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas. Kacsmaryk opposes LGBTQ protections in housing, employment, & and health care, and called transgender people a “delusion.”

          September 7, 2017: President Trump nominated Jeff Mateer to become a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. Mateer called transgender children part of “Satan’s plan” and openly supported debunked and dangerous “conversion therapy.” Mateer’s nomination was eventually withdrawn.

          August 25, 2017: President Trump released a memo directing Defense Department to move forward with developing a plan to discharge transgender military service members and to maintain a ban on recruitment.

          July 26, 2017: President Trump announced, via Twitter, that “the United States Government will not accept or allow Transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military.”

          July 26, 2017: The Justice Department filed a legal brief on behalf of the United States in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, arguing that the 1964 Civil Rights Act does not prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation or, implicitly, gender identity.

          July 13, 2017: President Trump nominated Mark Norris to the United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee. Norris has worked to make it easier to discriminate against LGBTQ people, and even worked to discriminate specifically against transgender kids.

          June 14, 2017: The Department of Education withdrew its finding that an Ohio school district discriminated against a transgender girl. The Department gave no explanation for withdrawing the finding, which a federal judge upheld.

          May 2, 2017: The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced a plan to roll back regulations interpreting the Affordable Care Act’s nondiscrimination provisions to protect transgender people.

          April 14, 2017: The Justice Department abandoned its historic lawsuit challenging North Carolina’s anti-transgender law. It did so after North Carolina replaced HB2 with a different anti-transgender law known as “HB 2.0.”

          April 4, 2017: The Departments of Justice and Labor cancelled quarterly conference calls with LGBT organizations; on these calls, which had happened for years, government attorneys shared information on employment laws and cases.

          March 31, 2017: The Justice Department announced it would review (and likely seek to scale back) numerous civil rights settlement agreements with police departments. These settlements were put in places where police departments were determined to be engaging in discriminatory and abusive policing, including racial and other profiling. Many of these agreements include critical protections for LGBT people.

          March 2017: The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) removed links to four key resource documents from its website, which informed emergency shelters on best practices for serving transgender people facing homelessness and complying with HUD regulations.

          March 28, 2017: The Census Bureau retracted a proposal to collect demographic information on LGBT people in the 2020 Census.

          March 24, 2017: The Justice Department cancelled a long-planned National Institute of Corrections broadcast on “Transgender Persons in Custody: The Legal Landscape.”

          March 13, 2017: The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced that its national survey of older adults, and the services they need, would no longer collect information on LGBT participants. HHS initially falsely claimed in its Federal Register announcement that it was making “no changes” to the survey.

          March 13, 2017: The State Department announced the official U.S. delegation to the UN’s 61st annual Commission on the Status of Women conference would include two outspoken anti-LGBT organizations, including a representative of the Center for Family and Human Rights (C-FAM): an organization designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

          March 10, 2017: The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced it would withdraw two important agency-proposed policies designed to protect LGBT people experiencing homelessness. One proposed policy would have required HUD-funded emergency shelters to put up a poster or “notice” to residents of their right to be free from anti-LGBT discrimination under HUD regulations.

          The other announced a survey to evaluate the impact of the LGBTQ Youth Homelessness Prevention Initiative, implemented by HUD and other agencies over the last three years. This multi-year project should be evaluated, and with this withdrawal, we may never learn what worked best in the project to help homeless LGBTQ youth.

          March 8, 2017: Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) removed demographic questions about LGBT people that Centers for Independent Living must fill out each year in their Annual Program Performance Report. This report helps HHS evaluate programs that serve people with disabilities.

          March 2, 2017: The Department of Justice abandoned its request for a preliminary injunction against North Carolina’s anti-transgender House Bill 2, which prevented North Carolina from enforcing HB 2. This was an early sign that the Administration was giving up defending trans people (later, on April 14, it withdrew the lawsuit completely).

          March 1, 2017: The Department of Justice took the highly unusual step of declining to appeal a nationwide preliminary court order temporarily halting enforcement of the Affordable Care Act’s nondiscrimination protections for transgender people. The injunction prevents HHS from taking any action to enforce transgender people’s rights from health care discrimination.

          February 22, 2017: The Departments of Justice and Education withdrew landmark 2016 guidance explaining how schools must protect transgender students under the federal Title IX law.

          January 31, 2017: President Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Gorsuch has a history of anti-transgender rulings.

          January 20, 2017: On President Trump’s inauguration day, the adminstration scrubbed all mentions of LGBTQ people from the websites of the White House, Department of State, and Department of Labor.

        • Executive Order 13769…also known as the Muslim ban. 99.9% of Muslims are normal people that don’t go around killing people, so banning Muslims from entering America is racism.
          Trumps housing proposal that would allow landlords to discriminate against minorities: https://www.cbpp.org/research/housing/trump-administrations-proposed-rule-would-perpetuate-racist-and-discriminatory

          Bring it on comrade bot…I can counter anything you say and show you how Trump is ten times worse than Biden.

        • By the way, she mentioned in her comment about Trumps ban on Trans people in the military…and yet follow up by saying.”Name a policy by Donald Trump that has been racist and homophobic. You can’t”
          That shows how delusional his fans are.
          I’m so glad you brought up covid-19…why is that America has the highest death rate and most cases of covid…oh right, Trump ignored the warnings from WHO and said it was fake news…AND he disbanded Obama’s pandemic response team.

  4. Joe Biden has his own shameless history with racist comments and pushing for policies that hurt black communities. You people who think he is this great guy because he blasts Trump need to look into Biden’s past. Look at his support for the Clinton crime bill and aggressive policing in the 1990s. Look at his support for segregationist Senators. It’s a shame that people hate Trump so much you will give someone who really has hurt African Americans a pass.

  5. It would be nice to have a REAL president running America again…and not a D list reality TV hasbeen pretending to be one.

  6. Just like Hillary and Obama, take away the teleprompter and what do you got?

    • Someone who can speak in actual sentences, unlike the wilted word salad your guy keeps dishing out.

      • Actual sentences like:

        “When I decided to decide, when I made the decision, Jill and I, it was Jill and I made the decision… I made the decision that it was important that there would be a woman Vice President…”

        “Look, um, one of the things, that um, uh, that I think is really important, is that we somehow… uh… Put that back on!.”

        “The President put me in charge of getting out the recovery money, which was 800… No, no, no, Excuse me… It was 80, uh, almost 89 billion dollars, I guess it came to 84.”

        “Um, you know there’s a, uh, during World War II, uh, you know, where Roosevelt came up with a thing, that uh, you know, was totally different, than a, than the, he called it the, you know, the WWII, he had the War Production Board.”

        “We gotta, it’s just that… We gotta, we gotta reassure, Look, My Message is this.”

        And all of this gibberish was within the last month.

        • You’re funny, comrade bot. You are actually going to try and convince us that Biden is less competent than Trump based on his gibberish? LMFAO! Trump doesn’t even sound competent when he reads from a teleprompter, because he can’t stay on script because he has the attention span of a five year old.
          Trump: “So I asked Bill a question some of you are thinking of if you’re into that world, which I find to be pretty interesting. So, supposing we hit the body with a tremendous, whether its ultraviolet or just very powerful light, and I think you said, that hasn’t been checked but you’re gonna test it. And then I said, supposing it brought the light inside the body, which you can either do either through the skin or some other way, and I think you said you’re gonna test that too, sounds interesting. And I then I see the disinfectant, where it knocks it out in one minute, and is there a way you can do something like that by injection inside, or almost a cleaning. Because you see it gets in the lungs, and it does a tremendous number on the lungs. So it’d be interesting to check that. So you’re going to have to use medical doctors, but it sounds interesting to me, so we’ll see. But the whole concept of the light, the way it goes in one minute, that’s pretty powerful.”
          There is an endless supply of these quotes…so bring on your worst, comrade.

          • You and Gemma seem like fun people.

          • Oh Canada | June 4, 2020 at 9:53 am |

            There have been so many times where Trump has said something so completely idiotic, that I’ve thought, Well this is it, his followers will finally see what a moron he is. But guess what…they still stand by him! Not only do they stand by him, but just like Trump, they will twist what he said or try to deny that he said it, even though its on tape! Then there’s the most desperate thing of all…they try to blame the “liberal media” for making their president look bad. All the so called liberal media is doing is reporting exactly what Trump says…he himself is the only one making him look bad.

    • Both Clinton and Obama are well known for being intelligent and well educated speakers. This is why the far right doesn’t like them and prefers Trump. Donald speaks to them on their level, so they wrongly believe he is one of them. Too bad they don’t have the intelligence to see that they are being manipulated. Trump is a billionaire elitist working for the billionaire elitists. Lets not forget the first thing he did when he got into the White House was give himself and his rich pals a tax cut. He claimed it would trickle down…almost four years later and his base is still waiting for that trickle.

  7. Biden 2020 all the way!

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