With his 2020 presidential run finally official, Joe Biden is already beginning to look like the rest of his Democratic contenders.
Recently, 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden started his election run with a lengthy video, calling it a “defining moment” in the country’s history.
“It was there on August of 2017 we saw Klansman, and white supremacists and neo-Nazis come out in the open, their crazed faces illuminated by torches, veins bulging, and baring the fangs of racism,” Biden stated.
“That’s when we heard the president of the United States that stunned the world and shocked the conscience of this nation,” Biden said, repeating the hoax that President Trump called neo-Nazis “very fine people.”
He then shifted his focus to President Trump for equivocating between “those spreading hate and those with the courage to stand against it.”
“At that moment, I knew that the threat to this nation was unlike any I had ever seen in my lifetime,” Biden said.
Biden’s campaign advisers have discussed launching his campaign in Charlottesville, but residents expressed concerns about using the tragedy as a campaign backdrop.