Biden Is A Coward! Turns His Back On Veteran During Confrontation
Just another great example that Biden doesn’t have a prayer in winning the Presidency, he had the gall to turn his back on two veterans during a confrontation over his war record.
Air Force veteran Michael Thurman and another Army veteran confronted Biden about the Iraq war, which started in March 2003, during a meet and greet at the Buttercup Diner in Oakland on Super Tuesday.
“We are just wondering why we should vote for someone who voted for a war and enabled a war that killed thousands of our brothers and sisters and countless Iraqi civilians,” said Thurman, a conscientious objector. “You enabled that war. And you also gave a medal to the man who enabled that war and caused that war. Their blood is on your hands, as well. You are disqualified, sir. You are disqualified.”
Biden shot back and said to Thurman that his son Beau Biden was dead too and then turned his back on the men as they continued to call him out over his voting record.
“My brothers and sisters died in Iraq and Afghanistan. He enabled that to happen,” Thurman said. “He is disqualified. No way he can be president. They are dead. Millions are dead in Iraq. He will not be allowed. Trump is more anti-war than Joe Biden.”
As the crowd in the diner tried to drown out these two veterans the Army veteran behind the camera yelled, “We actually fought in your damn wars!”
Two veterans confronted @JoeBiden about his record of supporting war during his campaign stopover in Oakland on Super Tuesday. Read more here- https://t.co/ushpLvVXK5 #DroptheMIC #NoMoreWar #VetsAgainstWar pic.twitter.com/M7iGZa7DOs
— About Face: Veterans Against the War (@VetsAboutFace) March 4, 2020
The Obama Administration did a horrible job ending the war in Iraq and it resulted in ISIS controlling the region until President Trump got into office and eliminated them.
President Trump has also been very vocal that he did not support the war in Iraq like Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden did.
Beau Biden was an officer in the Delaware Army National Guard’s Judge Advocate General’s Corps as part of the 261st Signal Brigade. He was deployed to Iraq from October 3, 2008, through September 2009.