Joe Biden is climbing aboard the Left’s election loss denial bandwagon, claiming that Al Gore did NOT lose the 2000 presidential election. Biden’s fomenting of political conspiracy came during a conversation about his 1990s crime bill with voters in Nashua, New Hampshire. Predictably, he blamed President George W. Bush for crime getting worse… before alleging the former president did not actually win the 2000 election. “I wouldn’t say lost, when a hanging chad sort of did a few things,” quipped Biden. Naturally, he conveniently forgot about the investigation in 2001, which concluded that Bush won fair and square even without the Supreme Court upholding his victory.
Here’s more from Breitbart…
Former Vice President Joe Biden dipped into election conspiracy territory on Tuesday, arguing that former Vice President Al Gore did not lose the presidential election in 2000.
During a conversation about his nineties-era crime bill, Biden said that it got worse after Gore lost the election.
“I wouldn’t say lost, when a hanging chad sort of did a few things,” he said to voters in Nashua, New Hampshire at a campaign stop.
Biden’s remark continues a history of doubt that Biden has cast on the results of the 2000 election.
In 2013, then-Vice President Biden insisted to Gore during a fundraiser that he had actually won the 2000 election.