According to the failing New York Times, Creepy Joe Biden’s first official campaign rally drew a somewhat less than impressive 6,000 Biden bros and Joe’s hoes.
Nonetheless, the NYT is hedging their bets as only the DNC’s very own Ministry of Propaganda can do;
The audience was smaller than crowds drawn by some of his rivals at similar events, but his campaign suggested it had chosen the venue, with the Philadelphia skyline as a direct backdrop, for its symbolism, rather than for what a campaign official implied was its relatively modest size.
But if you don’t quite believe the Times, you can always fall back on the screamingly liberal PoliticusUSA.com as their headline screamed;
Joe Biden Draws A Huge Crowd In Philly For His Campaign Kickoff
The gushing didn’t stop there. This alleged news portal also published (supposedly with a straight face);
Joe Biden’s standing in the polls is not a fluke. Biden is speaking directly to the American people’s rejection of Trump and hunger for something better. While the rest of the Democratic field has stayed away from discussing Trump, Biden has embraced it, because the contrast with Trump is one of his strongest attributes as a candidate.
Former vice president Biden’s lead may drop, but his popularity and the message that he is delivering are things that voters want to feel and hear.
Joe Biden is running a general election strategy and judging from the crowd in Philly, it’s working like a charm.
To verify PoliticusUSA in fact did wet their panties in good faith, they even took video.
Without offering up anything as proof, evidence, or even a police report, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) accused the Breitbart.com news service, among many others, of wanting to kill the Los Angeles Democrat.
Wednesday at a House Financial Services Committee hearing on lone-wolf and small-scale terrorist attacks, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) lumped Breitbart News in with white nationalists and other people who she claimed were seeking her demise.
Waters said, “I’m worried about these domestic attacks. As a matter of fact, I was forced to focus on it a little bit yesterday when in my office in Los Angeles one of the people opening the mail opened an envelope, and a bunch of powder fell out with a note about me dying and killing Hillary Clinton and on and on and on. This is getting more frequent, and I know that we have privacy concerns and information sharing and all that.”
She continued, “But I’m wondering what can we do to get a handle, a fix on these lone killers, and not simply just say we throw our hands up and we can’t really do anything because of privacy concerns. And I’m wondering particularly in our finical institutes and banks if questionnaires that do not invade privacy but simply ask questions about what the intentions are for the uses of certain money under certain circumstances. And these people can say whatever they want to, and they can respond in whatever way they want to, but if resources are used to go and commit killings they will have lied on the questionnaire and perhaps that can trigger some kind of actions to begin to prevent this kind of domestic terrorism.”
She added, “I think we should focus on domestic terrorism also. So I would like to ask again, given all that you have said about how difficult it is and about privacy concerns, do you have any thoughts about what can we do to begin to deal with the KKK, the white nationalists, the extremists, the alt-right? They’re on the Internet; they’re Breitbart. If you look at the YouTube, you see how much they want to kill me and others. What can we do?”