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Meanwhile, if Biden and Obama are using their 2014 campaign to politically exploit sexual assault, ‘It’s not on Us’, ‘It’s on Them’.

Joe Biden Resurrects his & Obama’s 2014 ‘It’s on Us’ Campaign


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Providing side show distraction for Hillary Clinton and the DNC—both now busted as the main Russian colluders in the long-running Russians-stole-the-election conspiracy—are (drum roll here) ex vice president Joe Biden—teamed up with Lady Gaga.

The duo, self-described as “great friends” made their debut in a Public Service Announcement released Thursday in a just-in-time resurrection of the ‘It’s On Us’  campaign, launched by Biden and former President Barack Obama back in 2014.

‘It’s On Us’ was up and running at a time when now disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was being hosted by Obama at the White House, and after the former president accepted over $525,000 in donations and bundled donations from the film producer, for his 2012 campaign.

The ‘It’s On Us’ campaign seemed to do nothing to curb Biden’s overzealous ways in the inappropriate groping category.

“The most recent victim is Stephanie Carter. Her husband, Ashton Carter, was sworn in as the new defense secretary. As Ashton spoke at the podium, Biden rubbed Stephanie’s shoulders and whispered in her ear. She is only the latest in a series of women inappropriately groped by the vice president, America’s “Creepy Uncle Joe” as people stood by and watched. (TIME, Feb. 18, 2015)

“One of the more awkward moments from the Joe Biden inappropriate behavior reel is his whispering, grabbing, and ultimately trying to kiss Delaware Senator Chris Coons’ daughter Maggie. She is 13. Coons defended Biden saying that “he was being Joe” and it was just his way of being “thoughtful and sweet” to a young girl in the spotlight. Ultimately, what else could he say? Biden being Biden is an acceptable explanation to the media watching, what is a senator from the vice president’s party supposed to do?”

“His defenders claim he’s from a different era, the equivalent of the kissing host on Family Feud. Except this isn’t the 1970s and these women aren’t on a game show. Others find the humor in sexual harassment in a way they likely wouldn’t if Joe Biden didn’t have a (D) after his name.”

 

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That’s what was being said about Uncle Joe back when he was vice president.

Biden’s talking tough now that he’s going after sexual assault predators:

“‘No man has a right to raise a hand to a woman for any reason other than self-defense. Ever. Period.’”

Take that, Harvey Weinstein—even though your Hollywood outing took 20 years to happen.

 


As for Lady Gaga, she has expressed that she ‘remains in chronic pain’, after her decade-old experience of rape which took place before she became famous.

We have to take the Perfect Illusion singer’s words at face value even though she first said it was her struggle with fibromyalgia that was causing the pain.

“The ‘It’s on Us’ campaign declares war on sexual assault on college campuses - something Gaga, 31, says is close to her heart.” (Daily Mail, Oct. 27, 2017)

It’s not likely that Gaga with her millions of fans needs publicity from the ‘It’s on Us’ campaign.

But the same can’t be said for Biden who might see potential in the Weinstein scandal.

Biden’s Gaga routine was followed by an americapossibilities.org email:

“My mother used to say, “Bravery resides in every heart and the time will come when it will be summoned.”

“Well, the time has come.

“And the question for each of us is: Will we answer the call?

“Just look at what’s happening in our country.

“Look at the way we treat one another. Talk to one another.

“Fundamental values that define our democracy are being shredded. The free press, the Courts, the Congress—they’re all under attack.

“The dignity and respect that every American should be accorded has been replaced by 140 characters of crude, crass, and rude personal insults and attacks.

“So I’ll tell you what I’m looking for: Leaders with courage.

“From now until 2018 and beyond, I’m here to do everything in my power to elect leaders with true political courage. Join me.

“Leaders who will truly stand up for working Americans, no matter the cost.

“Leaders who will say no to the big money of powerful special interests, no matter the cost.

“Leaders who won’t just stick their finger in the air to see what’s popular, but will stand up for what’s right—no matter the cost.

“This is a dark and dangerous time in our country. Our democracy is not guaranteed.

“Make no mistake about it. The bravery of this nation is being summoned. It’s time to answer the call.”

 

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And here’s how Biden will be answering his own call:

“I’m going to run in 2020,” Biden told a group of reporters on Capitol Hill last December. After one reporter pressed him, “For what?” he responded with a smile, “For president…What the hell, man.” (NPR, June 2, 2017)

“I’m not committing not to run,” Biden clarified soon after. “I’m not committing to anything. I learned a long time ago, fate has a strange way of intervening.”

“Earlier this month when asked about running in 2020, this was his response: “Could I? Yes. Would I? Probably not.”

“I may very well do it,” he later added, saying that if his health is good and if his family is in a strong financial position, he would consider it.

“In that same speech at the SALT hedge fund conference in Las Vegas, Biden also offered some pointed words in comparing himself and Clinton: “I never thought she was a great candidate. I thought I was a great candidate.” He did, however, later add that “Hillary would have been a really good president.”

Meanwhile, if Biden and Obama are using their 2014 campaign to politically exploit sexual assault, ‘It’s not on Us’, ‘It’s on Them’.



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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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