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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden asked his Dartmouth College audience Friday to picture what would have happened if former President Barack Obama had been assassinated in 2008.
The comment came on the 11th anniversary of the day Obama tapped Biden to serve as his vice president.
Biden — who was at Dartmouth to speak at a town hall on health care — was drawing parallels between the activism of the 1960s and college liberal activism of today.
“I think of where we are at the moment. You know, none of you men are old — women are old enough, but a couple of you guys are old enough to remember. I graduated in 1968. Everybody before me was, drop out, go to Haight-Ashbury, don’t trust anybody over 30, everybody not getting involved,” he said.
“I’m serious, I know no woman will shake their head and acknowledge it, but you guys know what I’m talking about. Right?” Biden added.
OMG!!! Another rambling babbling demented performance from #Biden at his town hall in Dartmouth NH. You have to find it on @YouTube because @MSNBC @CNN will never let you see it because corporate media are hiding him from viewers so they don’t see how addled he is. This is tragic
— Jay Bird (@312shelly3) August 23, 2019
Biden in NH tonight quipped that he isn’t going “nuts” because he didnt know exact location of his earlier Dartmouth speech pic.twitter.com/0y7iqiDyHi
— Bo Erickson (@BoKnowsNews) August 24, 2019
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