Biden’s Presidential Hopes Should Be Dashed Due to His Betrayal of Navy SEALs

Will former Vice President Joe Biden run for the White House in 2020?

The same question was being asked in 2016 and many Democrats were disappointed when Biden opted not to run.

Four years later, Democrats are eager to hear that Biden has made the decision to run for the presidency.

However, many fail to realize that after the assassination of terrorist Osama bin Laden, then Vice President Biden placed Navy SEAL Team 6 and their families in danger with his careless mouth and he did it for personal political reasons.

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American Thinker – Biden’s Betrayal of SEALs should Doom Presidential Run – Democrat Joe Biden has been lurking in the 2020 presidential shadows being presented by those with their 2020 fingers crossed as an adult in the romper room of pubescent progressives waiting for their Spartacus moments as they learn the complexities of basic math and leadership skills.

Biden was the top choice for 28 percent of likely Democratic primary voters surveyed in a recent University of Massachusetts Amherst poll, despite his not having declared a 2020 presidential bid. Yet while critics of President Trump’s foreign policy accuse him of a degree of recklessness and immaturity that place the nation’s security at risk, Biden’s service in an administration that gave us the criminal negligence and incompetence of Benghazi, provides us with an example of why he should not be trusted with the nation’s security or the lives of its heroes.

As author and attorney David Shestoksas points out in his review of Betrayed: The Shocking The Shocking True Story of Extortion 17 as told by a Navy SEAL’s Father, Biden betrayed the heroes that killed Osama Bin Laden to further his political ambitions:…

Biden is just like Obama in that he only thought about himself and often cared little about others.

Personally, I don’t’ believe that Biden has the fortitude to be president.

The reason he didn’t run for the White House in 2016 was because he was still struggling with the death of his son Beau in May 2015.

I don’t fault him for mourning the death of his son, but if he couldn’t get over it after a year, how can the American people expect him to get over a national tragedy and lead the nation the way a president should?



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