Team Biden Still Doesn't Get It, Targets 'Convicted Felon' Trump in Huge Ad Blitz Prior to First Debate

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Poor Team Biden, bless their hearts. 

Wouldn't you have thought the Biden White House would have by now figured out that the more they attack former President Donald Trump, the more his popularity grows with voters and the more resolute their resolve becomes?


 Wait—no. Of course you wouldn't have thought that. Me neither.

Reason being, we've seen the devastating effects of out-of-control Trump Derangement Syndrome on the Democrat brain since Donald and Melania rode down the "golden escalator" in Trump Tower in June 2015 to announce Donald's 2016 presidential campaign.

This brings us to today's episode of Stupid Stuff Team Biden Does to Make Trump Even Stronger...

With the first presidential debate scheduled to be held on June 27, the Biden campaign on Monday launched a $50 million ad blitz, predictably targeting "convicted felon" Trump. 

Related: If Democrats Think the 'Convicted Felon' Trope Is Going to Help Them Beat Trump, They Deserve to Lose

The new ad, titled "Character Matters," highlights the verdict in New York v. Trump, when a jury found the former president and presumptive Republican nominee guilty on all 34 counts of falsifying business records in the first degree. Trump pleaded not guilty to the charges and has vowed to appeal the decision. 

Melodramatic as hell, right?

The faux dramatic ad, which highlights Trump’s legal challenges and says Biden has been focusing on "lowering health care costs and making big corporations pay their fair share," says, in part:


This election is between a convicted criminal who is only out for himself, and a president who is fighting for your family. 

Biden campaign communications director Michael Tyler predictably told Fox News: 

Trump approaches the first debate as a convicted felon who continues to prove that he will do anything and harm anyone if it means more power and vengeance for Donald Trump. That’s why he was convicted, that’s why he encouraged a violent mob to storm the Capitol on January 6, and it's why his entire campaign is an exercise in revenge and retribution; because that man is blind to the people a president should be serving and will do absolutely anything for his own personal gain and for his own power.

In other words, a long worn-out run-through of baseless Democrat talking points about the former president. And, ironically as hell, Tyler stressed to Fox, with a straight face, mind you:

Character matters, and the president of the United States should be someone who understands that the highest office in the land is about you and your family — not a vehicle to enrich yourself. 

Tyler then went full-blown stand-up comic as he waxed idiotic about Biden.

That is the ethos Joe Biden puts into the job every day: to fight for safer communities, for the middle class, and to ensure that corporations are paying their fair share. It’s a stark contrast, and it’s one that matters deeply to the American people. And it’s why we will make sure that every single day we are reminding voters about how Joe Biden is fighting for them, while Donald Trump runs a campaign focused on one man and one man only: himself.


After we stop laughing, where should we start? 

First, Joe Biden has been caught in lies upon lies throughout his Pinocchio-esque life. He has been caught plagiarizing major speeches—many times. And he has continued to lie, apparently without conscience, throughout his miserable presidency, virtually every time he opens his mumbling mouth in public. 

Or, we could start with "The Big Guy" enriching himself through the nefarious business dealings of his former crackhead son Hunter Biden, and Joe's brother, James Biden. 

House Introduces Bi-Partisan 'Presidential Ethics Reform Act,' Biden Family Unavailable for Comment

Shouldn't Joe Biden's "character bank account" be way overdrawn by now?



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