Functioning Retard Joe Biden speaks out against Trump on a series of T.V. shows. Biden, who thinks he’s a tough guy, thinks he could have run and won the presidency. Biden who never really passed a bill when he was in office, nor did anything of substance. Like Hilary Clinton, he just went through the motions like many people in congress. Biden would get run over by many leaders around the world much like Obama did when he was president.
Former Vice President Joe Biden took fresh jabs at President Donald Trump on Tuesday while speaking at an anti-sexual assault rally, telling students at the University of Miami that he probably would have “beat the hell out” of Trump if they’d attended school together.
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“A guy who ended up becoming our national leader said, ‘I can grab a woman anywhere and she likes it,'” Biden said. “They asked me if I’d like to debate this gentleman, and I said ‘no.’ I said, ‘If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him.'”
“I’ve been in a lot of locker rooms my whole life,” Biden continued. “I’m a pretty damn good athlete. Any guy that talked that way was usually the fattest, ugliest S.O.B. in the room.”
Biden made the comments Tuesday afternoon at the university’s “It’s on Us” rally, an event aiming to change on-campus culture surrounding sexual assault.
The 47th vice president also commended the country on progress it’s made in battling sexual assault, mentioning the success of the #MeToo movement, but he also said there was still a lot of work to be done.
“Sexual assault is about power and the abuse of power more than it is about sex,” he said, before going on to tell women in the audience that they should arm themselves with more resources.
“It’s not just on the men. It’s on you women, as well, on campus,” Biden said. “All the studies show that 95 percent of young women who are abused — the first person they tell is their roommate, their friend, someone on campus. You’ve got to inform yourself as to what facilities are available, what help is available, not just empathize, hug and say, ‘I’m so sorry.’ You have an obligation to be informed.”
Biden, who also headlined a political fundraiser with Latino leaders during his time in South Florida on Tuesday, ended the speech by encouraging students to participate in the Sexual Assault Awareness Month next month and the Day of Action April 3.
The University of Miami thanked Biden in a statement on Twitter, sharing candid images from his appearance, including some where he’s taking selfies with students.
“Today’s @itsonus rally reminded us that we are responsible for creating an environment where sexual assault and gender-based violence is unacceptable,” the university said in a tweet. “Thank you @joebiden for bringing us your legacy of ending violence against women and empowering our students to take action.”
Alleged Austin ‘serial bomber’ kills self with explosive
The man accused of killing two and injuring four by planting explosives in and around Austin, Texas, has killed himself with another bomb after local and federal agents closed in on him early Wednesday morning.
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Police said they could not publicly identify the suspect yet and remain concerned that he may have planted more explosive packages elsewhere.
The confrontation occurred in Round Rock, approximately 20 miles north of Austin, where the string of bomb attacks began almost three weeks ago.
Police zeroed in on the eventual suspect as a person of interest over the last 24 to 36 hours, eventually locating his vehicle with the help of surveillance teams, authorities said at a press conference early Wednesday.
Local and federal authorities took up positions near a hotel where the suspect had stopped his vehicle, awaiting tactical teams to help apprehend him.
The suspect, after beginning to drive away, stopped on the side of the road and as Austin SWAT team members approached he detonated a device while inside his vehicle. One officer was knocked back and suffered minor injuries, and another fired at the suspect.
“We cannot name the suspect at this time because he has not been positively identified yet by the medical examiner, and next of kin have not yet been notified,” Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said. “There will be a lengthy investigation that will take place regarding the officer-involved shooting.”
Authorities confirmed that the suspect was a 24-year-old white male but declined to say where he was from.
Residents of Austin had been on edge ever since the bombings began March 2, killing two people and injuring at least four others.
The first three involved packages left on porches, while the fourth, which injured two men ages 22 and 23 on Sunday night, was detonated by a tripwire tied to an explosive device.
On Tuesday, an unexploded bomb was discovered at a FedEx facility in Austin, two sources told ABC News. That’s the sixth device tied to the serial bomber — five package bombs and the device tethered to the tripwire.
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