Joe Biden really, really doesn’t like criticism. That’s not exactly unusual for a politician, but it’s how Biden responds when he’s being filmed that makes his responses seem especially weird. For all the negative things people say about Trump’s persona, as far as I know, he’s never gotten into a voters face and threatened to slap them. Those kinds of confrontations became almost normal for Biden when he was still on the campaign trail, with numerous voters being subject to his wrath.
While he can’t physically be there to yell at people anymore, he’s still having periodic melt downs on the various live streams he’s doing. One occurred last night.
WATCH: Joe Biden freaked out tonight at the NAACP round table when confronted over his 1994 crime bill.
The host told him "you're going to have to listen" before Biden admitted young voters should be "skeptical" because its a "legitimate concern." pic.twitter.com/fxqhOHECk1
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Biden took umbrage to the host suggesting that he had received letters questioning Biden’s fathering of the 1994 crime bill. This was a follow-up to a question Biden had earlier dodged. Like a man who can’t comprehend what’s being asked, he starts yelling and screaming, demanding he be shown a poll that supports the host’s contention that people question his involvement in the bill.
After being calmed down, Biden eventually admits that people do question his involvement in the 1994 crime bill and that it’s a legitimate concern. It’s like his brain short-circuited and he couldn’t figure out how to both defend himself and appear acceptably woke. Try to imagine a world where Donald Trump sat down with NAACP leaders and started screaming at them and calling them liars. I think that would probably make CNN, but hey, maybe I’m wrong.
Some have suggested that Biden’s penchant for angry outbursts is a result of his diminishing mental state. That’s probably a safe bet.
Source: Red State: Joe Biden Melts Down Into Angry Outburst at Host of NAACP Panel