Is it fair to say that Joe Biden is not very good with women? In any sense of the word? And I’m not just talking about the sexual assault allegations or the inappropriate touching problem.
Biden went on MSNBC with Lawrence O’Donnell and had Stacey Abrams on with him.
I’m obviously not a fan and think that she really didn’t do herself any favors by playing this whole “I really won” thing after decisively losing the race for Governor of Georgia. Plus she’s been more than thirsty, throwing out there how available she is to be chosen as a vice presidential candidate despite the fact that all she’s really known for is losing and not taking it well.
Some thought perhaps that Biden might be announcing Abrams as his vice presidential running mate on the show. Maybe she even thought it. O’Donell does the set up for Biden and Biden completely flubs it.
Watching her face as Joe Biden completely crushes her dream is pretty harsh.
The more he blathered and said nothing, you could see her face deflating in real time. He uses some of the time to attack the president not talk about Abrams, you can tell because he doesn’t really know what to say about her. That’s bad response. If it were Barack Obama or Donald Trump, they would have known to be effusive and more deftly deflected answering if they still wanted more time. But it was an obvious question and he just didn’t know how to answer it. “A very capable person?” That’s all you can really say about her? That’s pretty darn sad.
By the end of it, she looks like she fuming and looking like she wants to let him have it.
She’s thrown everything under the bus, claiming she believes Biden and doesn’t believe Tara Reade, in order to get the job and this is what she gets. Thinking she’s really not going to be the choice.
Oh my, but so true.