Joe Biden Heckled In Virginia While Campaigning For Terry McAuliffe
President Joe Biden went to Virginia to try to save Terry McAuliffe’s failing campaign but was met with hecklers, just like his Vice President Kamala Harris was recently. Wherever they go they get heckled and that is a bad sign heading into 2022.
To make it even worse, some were heard chanting “Let’s Go Brandon” but most were Dem activists and if Biden loses the activists in his party the base won’t be far behind.
Biden said: “I appreciate your current governor, Ralph Northam. Where are you, Ralph?? There you are pal?” as the hecklers began yelling at the President.
“That’s alright. Let them go. That’s okay. That’s alright. Why don’t you hang out and talk to me after this is over.”
From Fox News:
President Biden on Tuesday was mocked by critics on social media after briefly stumbling through a line during an Arlington, Virginia, campaign event for fellow Democrat Terry McAuliffe, who is in a tough gubernatorial race in the state.
Biden was onstage with McAuliffe when his speech turned to the candidate’s previous record as governor in the state.
“In fact, we’re taking a page from Terry’s book when he was governor and when he’d be governor next time,” Biden said. “We’re emerging from this pandemic…we want to expand pre-K for 3- and 4-year-olds — millions of [inaudible] students.”
The Republican National Committee posted a 15-second clip of the video and wrote, “Huh?”
Last night Biden got heckled while campaigning for Terry McAuliffe and he called current Governor Ralph Northam, who is best known for wearing Klan Robes/Blackface, “pal”. pic.twitter.com/sSzZAlhOJ3— Benny (@bennyjohnson) October 27, 2021
Biden’s speech at this McAuliffe campaign event has been consistently heckled by #StopLine3 protestors. pic.twitter.com/wKA1wmzsEt— Joyce Koh (@JoyceKohTV) October 27, 2021
Huh? pic.twitter.com/VOaCNt2zSG— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) October 27, 2021