This doesn’t look good…
It’s no secret Joe Biden’s confusion has gotten worse since he started his campaign, but how bad has it really gotten? Bad, really bad.
Several points were brought up about the most recent aid proposed by Biden and questions are being asked. Here are the questions being raised by Biden’s aid proposal and other comments:
Joe Biden offered to help several state governments in dealing with the Coronavirus and what came out of his offer is rather revealing. This email itself raises questions of Nepotism within the Biden campaign. The email was acquired by the New York Post and suggests that the Biden campaign has individuals and organizations that want direct access to these state-level administrations so they can help with containing the coronavirus.
Companies Holding Back?
“It also begs the question of why aren’t these companies working with the feds directly, or if they are, why are they holding back needed resources for political reasons?”
A Biden spokesperson wouldn’t elaborate on which companies were assisting their efforts and why they weren’t fully coordinating with the federal government. This would suggest that there are companies who want to help in the fight against the coronavirus but are not working with the Trump administration. It is hard to tell if the Biden campaign is bluffing or not on the claim.
The Republican governors of South Dakota and Georgia haven’t even received offers of assistance from Biden’s so-called “Public Health Advisory Committee”. This has led many to believe that Biden and his team are only reaching out to states that can win him the election. This is a bizarre legal area but it does cast a pretty dark shadow on his campaign and would be considered extremely unethical if true.