Biden Confuses Iran and Iraq During Anti-Trump Rant

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Last week, Iranian terrorist Quassem Soleimani met his demise. After an attack on an American Embassy, President Trump responded by blowing Soleimani off the face of the earth. Despite the narrative of far-leftists, Soleimani is responsible for countless human rights violations and the murder of many Americans; his death is not at all a loss to the world.

Despite the Iranian terrorist’s awful track record, those with Trump Derangement Syndrome are attempting to make the president out to be the bad guy. There’ve been all kinds of conspiracy theories about World War III and claims that the execution of Soleimani is a tactic to distract Americans from impeachment proceedings.


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The most outspoken critics of Soleimani’s death are none other than 2020 Democrats. Eager to win the presidential election, left-wing candidates are seizing the latest opportunity to sling cheap shots at the president for the sake of political brownie points. Joe Biden is the latest candidate to take aim at Trump over Soleimani’s death, according to The Daily Caller News Foundation.

Biden’s Latest Mix-Up

On Tuesday, the former vice president spoke in New York City to an audience of supporters. During these remarks, Biden touted the narrative that Soleimani’s death will engender a “regroup and [reactivation]” of ISIS. After stating that America’s “allies and partners” were affected by the death of Solemani, Biden then went on to lament over the “Iran parliament’s” choice to expel American troops.

In actuality, it was Iraq, not Iran, that ultimately voted in favor of removing U.S. military from the Middle East. During his latest verbal mix-up, however, Biden professed that the decision of the “Iran Parliament” is a bad way of getting our nation’s troops out of the area.

The former vice president’s confusion between Iraq and Iran comes after his previous claims of being a “foreign policy expert.”

A Series of Mix-Ups

Over the course of his candidacy, Biden has continued to put his foot in his mouth on various matters of importance. Despite his lead in polls, the former vice president’s tendency to get confused is concerning to certain folks within the Democrat Party.


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Many are worried because they know Biden will be eaten alive on a debate stage with President Trump. This is, in part, why certain leftists have begun taking Bernie Sanders more seriously as a prospective nominee. Sanders’ extremism, however, will certainly work against the left in a general election.

Despite Biden’s flaws, the DNC and several others on the left view him as the most electable candidate; the former vice president’s connection to the Democrat establishment also works in his favor and increases the likelihood of Biden winning his party’s nomination.

What’s your take on Biden’s confusion between Iraq and Iran? Is the former vice president the “foreign policy expert” that he claims? Let us know down below in the comments section!