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Profiles in Corruption
BOMBSHELL: Book to Reveal How Biden Family Siphoned ‘Millions in Taxpayer Cash’—Hunter Biden Just the ‘Tip of the Iceberg’
Joe is a big fat liar whose pants are on fire

Yet another video of Democratic primary front runner Joe Biden passionately defending the 2003 Iraq invasion and occupation has resurfaced and is going viral. In it he even sings George W. Bush's praises at a moment which came a mere few months after the now infamous "Mission Accomplished" stunt aboard the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln. 
This comes in a campaign where he's lied repeatedly about his leading role in pushing the war authorization through the Senate five months before the March 2003 invasion, seeking to distance himself and methodically conceal the facts now that public opinion has long shifted. It also has resurfaced at a moment John Kerry is currently making the rounds on major networks defending Biden against Bernie Sanders’ criticism of Biden's clear pro-war record.
At a crucial moment Biden's speech, delivered at the Hawkish DC Brookings Institution in July 2003 actually slammed anti-war Democrats and simultaneously upheld Bush and his disastrous war as "bold and popular" and promised further support to the neocon administration. 
Quote:BREAKING: Video emerges of @JoeBiden criticizing antiwar Dems, praising Bush for leading America into the Iraq War & promising he will support Bush's continuation of the war

"The president of the United States is a bold leader & he is popular...I & many others will support him"
— David Sirota (@davidsirota) January 12, 2020
"Some in my own party have said that it was a mistake to go to Iraq in the first place and believe that it's not worth the cost, whatever benefit may flow from our engagement in Iraq," then Delaware Senator Biden said. 
"But the cost of not acting against Saddam I think would have been much greater, and so is the cost, and so will be the cost of not finishing this job. The President of the United States [Bush] is a bold leader, and he is popular."
He continued, advocating for the Bush plan of occupation with no exit or concrete strategy: "The stakes are high, and the need for leadership is great. I wish he'd use some of his stored-up popularity to make what I admit is not a very popular case, but I, and many others, will support him when he makes the case."
Meanwhile, just this weekend John Kerry — among the top Democrats to have recently endorsed Biden — was on CBS' Face the Nation to make excuses and continue to spin Biden's Iraq War vote and advocacy.
Quote:NEW: @JohnKerry punches back at @BernieSanders criticism of @JoeBiden’s Iraq War vote:

"I think Bernie regrettably is distorting Joe's record..." he says from the Biden campaign bus in Iowa. @CBSNews w/@margbrennan
— Bo Erickson CBS (@BoKnowsNews) January 12, 2020
The Sanders campaign punched back immediately after this latest Kerry interview, with spokesman Jeff Weaver saying the following:
Quote:"It is appalling that after 18 years Joe Biden still refuses to admit he was dead wrong on the Iraq War, the worst foreign policy blunder in modern American history," he said in a statement. "Bernie Sanders saw the same information and had the judgment to vote against the Iraq War."

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