Joe Biden Shows Donald Trump How To Be President, Delivers Heroic Response To Violence


Former Vice President Joe Biden came down hard on the white nationalists’ violence against counter protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia. The hate-filled group was one of the largest in recent years, and they came prepared for a fight with bats, guns, and brass knuckles. The scene became even more horrific.

One person was killed and 19 injured when one of the white nationalists plowed his car into a group protesting against his group, throwing several bodies into the air. The second in command to President Barack Obama would have none of it and showed Donald Trump how to be presidential.

Biden was straight-forward as always, tweeting “No. Not in America:”

‘No. Not in America. We must be stronger, more determined and more united than ever. Racism and hate have no place here. ‘

People knew exactly where Big Joe stood on the matter. There was none of Donald Trump’s squishy “both sides” language. Biden saw the violence for what it was – home-grown terrorism.

Podcaster for students at the University of Virginia, Robert Armengol was in the midst of the violence, and reported to The New York Times:

‘It was probably the scariest thing I’ve ever seen in my life. After that it was pandemonium. The car hit reverse and sped and everybody who was up the street in my direction started running.’

Police have the man who ran over people in custody, and Governor Terry McCauliffe declared a state of emergency. The white nationalists had come to protest the removal of a Robert E. Lee statue. They came carrying Confederate flags and chanting Nazi slogans like “You will not replace us,” “Blood and soil,” and “Jews will not replace us.”

As soon as Biden’s tweet appeared, people began calling for him to come back and lead the country as they knew a real president should. Check out some of the best responses below:

just when I think I can’t feel more sad for this country, another day happens.

it’s heartbreaking.

— kitty sparkle pants (@jenannie) August 12, 2017

Feature Image via Getty Images/Alex Wong.