Joe Biden just confessed to one massive crime
Everyone assumed the Democrat nomination – and maybe the presidency – was Joe Biden’s to lose.
That all changed when Joe Biden confessed to be guilty in this massive crisis.
When Joe Biden first ran for President in 1988, his campaign ended in humiliation and failure after it was revealed he plagiarized speeches from a British politician.
Biden’s history of stealing other people’s work and claiming it as his own just reared its ugly head.
It turns out that Biden has grabbed entire passages of his education and climate change policy sections on his website from activist groups.
The Washington Post reports:
In the case of his education policy, Biden used a sentence word for word from an education policy publication from the group XQ Institute.
“Students who participate in high-quality career and technical education are more likely to graduate, earn industry credentials, enroll in college, and have higher rates of employment and higher earnings,” the sentence read.
The institute did not immediately respond to requests for comment, and the Biden campaign declined a request for comment on the education policy passage. After The Washington Post contacted the campaign about the sentence, it added a link to the institute’s publication.
The use of other groups’ words in Biden’s environmental plan became known after Josh Nelson of the progressive group CREDO noticed Tuesday that much of its language about carbon capture sequestration appeared to resemble talking points from pro-industry groups.
Do you believe Joe Biden’s long history of plagiarism should disqualify him from being President?
Biden took incoming fire on this issue from a surprising source.
CNN host John King blasted Biden as “lazy” and “arrogant” for stealing other people’s work 30 years after intellectual theft cost him his first bid for the White House.
Biden’s plagiarism scandal is a reminder that there’s nearly 50 years worth of skeletons hiding in Joe Biden’s closet.
And while Democrats may think he is a sure bet, there is reason Biden spent decades as a national punchline.