Jill Biden Believes ‘Empathy is on the Ballot’

With Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden taking some time off to prepare for tonight’s debate, his wife Dr. Jill Biden has stepped back into the stoplight some to carry the load for him.

After appearing on “The View” yesterday, she tweeted out a message today to supporters that she believes “empathy is on the ballot.”

A response to the tweet from “Latinos for Liberty” called out her husband for his time as a Delaware Senator.

“He’s so empathetic his policies have led to mass incarceration of black Americans. Some for the very drug of choice that Hunter Biden uses openly in public places,” they responded.

As the New York Post reported, Dr. Biden was allowed to brush off their bombshell reporting on son Hunter Biden’s business dealings as “smears” and “distractions” in a softball interview on the ABC program, even as evidence mounted that the Democratic nominee, was heavily involved.

The former second lady did not deny the allegations in yesterday’s interview, that her scandal-scarred stepson tried to leverage his family connections to land lucrative deals with overseas executives.

She appeared to struggle for the right words and then said, “You know, as a mother, I don’t like to see my son attacked and certainly I don’t like to see my husband attacked.”

She then made an interesting claim that “This election is not about Joe Biden or Jill Biden or Kamala or Doug. It is about the American people. The American people don’t want to hear these smears against my family.”

“The American people are struggling right now. They’re in the midst of all this chaos. They’re trying to figure out how to put food on the table. They don’t have jobs. They need health care. Americans don’t want to hear this,” she believes, in an attempt to justify the previous statement.

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