Joe Biden Admits He Would ‘Fake Illness And Resign’ Over Disagreement

In a tru­ly bizarre inter­view admis­sion, Joe Biden, per­haps speak­ing prophet­i­cal­ly, when he respond­ed to a ques­tion about his rela­tion­ship with his run­ning mate, Kamala Har­ris. His ram­bling reply was capped off with the most awk­ward of ‘jokes’: that under cer­tain cir­cum­stances he’d fake an ill­ness and resign.

“It’s a mat­ter of, the thing — we are sim­pati­co on our phi­los­o­phy of gov­ern­ment. Sym­pa­ti­co on how we want to approach these issues that we’re fac­ing. And when we dis­agree, it’ll be just like so far, it’s been just like when Barack and I did. It’s in pri­vate, she’ll say ‘I think you should do A, B, C or D,’ and I’ll say ‘I like A, I don’t like B and C, and s’go OK…’

“And like I told Barack, if there’s a fun­da­men­tal dis­agree­ment we have based on a moral prin­ci­ple, I’ll devel­op some dis­ease and say I have to resign.”

Sure­ly this was music to Kamala’s ears who sud­den­ly saw her clear path­way to becom­ing Commander-in-Chief.

Biden then goes on to gush over Kamala’s cre­den­tials — say­ing “The great thing is she has a back­ground in the Sen­ate on intel­li­gence, the intel­li­gence com­mu­ni­ty, she has a back­ground in the Sen­ate on a whole range of things that are gonna be per­ti­nent to what we have to do.”

He added what’s per­haps the most con­cern­ing of remarks if it means her tak­ing his posi­tion: “It’s a mat­ter of who takes what, when.”

What’s like­ly more the case when Joe and his run­ning mate have a dis­agree­ment, is that Kamala inter­rupts and shuts him up with, “It’s my turn, Joe, I’m tak­ing,” with a smirk and a nod.

Authored by:
Aman­da Shea
Insta­gram: @AmandaSheaCO
Twit­ter: @TheAmandaShea


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