Recently on ‘The View”, the left-leaning women opined over who they think for Vice President Joe Biden should pick for his running mate if he becomes the Democrat’s nominee to run against President Trump in November. Many have speculated that it might be a woman, perhaps even Hillary Clinton, Congresswoman Val Demings (D-FL), or failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. Tonight, the members of “The View”, and other radical progressives across the nation can celebrate.
Joe Biden confirmed in his debate tonight with Bernie Sanders that he would definitely pick a woman president for his running mate. When asked the same question, Sanders bobbed and weaved and abruptly changed the subject. This well-timed tweet was put out in real-time on Biden’s Twitter by his campaign shortly after his announcement: “My running mate will be a woman”.
Joe Biden commits to selecting a female VP pic.twitter.com/zDEufgRgDS— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) March 16, 2020
Well, it’s great that he is being progressive and inclusive. But this announcement does beg the question of if he has a particular woman in mind who he thinks is absolutely best suited for the job, or if this is just another way of him saying, “my running mate won’t be a man”. See tweet below:
My running mate will be a woman. #DemDebate— Joe Biden (Text Join to 30330) (@JoeBiden) March 16, 2020
After his initial avoidance, Bernie Sanders said that he “most likely” would pick a woman VP as well, but did not commit to it outright, losing points to Biden from the PC police.
The Washington Examiner reported the other day on the episode of “The View”:
The View host Whoopi Goldberg said Hillary Clinton would be her favorite pick to be Joe Biden’s vice president.
“The person who really is qualified to do it, and he cannot pick her: Hillary Clinton,” Goldberg said on Friday’s show. “In terms of qualifications, she is, she would be brilliant.”
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