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The Ultimate Battle Royale: Biden vs Trump

by Chris Hearn 2 years ago in politics
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Oh, this is going to be sweet!

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Now that Mini Super Tuesday is done and it looks like former VP Joe Biden will be the Democrat who will go up against Trump in November for the ultimate prize: The presidency of the United States. This is much to the chagrin of many Bernie Sanders supporters who thought that their guy was a shoe in. Turns out he wasn't.

There is much debate as to whether Biden is a good choice to run as the Democratic nominee against Trump. Does he stand a chance of winning? Who knows. But, no matter what you think of Joe Biden being the choice, you have to admit, the upcoming months before the general election are going to be a whole lot of fun to watch. Anyone who has listened to Donald Trump ramble on for hours at one of his rallies knows just how ridiculous things can get. The name calling, the narcissism, the ranting and raving, the general negative vibe that consumes the crowd. And anyone who is familiar with Joe 'No Malarky' Biden knows that he is a bit of a loose cannon. Heck, the very day that he won big on Mini Super Tuesday he got into a verbal fight over the issue of gun rights with a Detroit autoworker while on a campaign stop. He called the guy that he was "Full of sh-t" right to his face and it almost looked the whole thing was going to end up in a fist fight.

Oh yes, this is going to be a lot of fun. How much does anyone want to bet that at one of the debates between Trump and Biden is going to turn into a big boxing match? How many swears, insults and "Yo Mamma" jabs are going to be flying on that stage? How heated is it going to get? How many times do you think Biden is going to tell Trump that he is "Full of sh-t".

Heck, in the past, Joe Biden has outright said that he would beat the snot out of Trump if they were in high school together. In fact, according to The Guardian, these were his exact words:

"If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him."

So, the possibility of this whole battle for the presidency turning into a bloody boxing match is not that unrealistic, if you think about it. Combine this with Trump believing he would still be elected even if he shot someone in the middle of 5th Avenue, and you have yourself two feisty and potentially violent dudes. Mind you, can anyone really see Trump getting into a fight? More likely than not, one of his supporters might want to have a go at Joe. Some of the people at Trump's rallies can get a wee bit violent, as has been seen over and over. Trump will probably say he has bone spurs or shingles or something as a way to get out of fighting.

Love him or hate him, Joe Biden doesn't take any guff. It's fair to say that he will be going toe-to-toe with Trump and not be intimidated in the slightest. Joe ain't gonna take none of Trump's malarky.

As well, people have been questioning the mental state of both Trump and Biden now for quite a while. Neither of these men seem to have their feet firmly planted in reality. Half the time, Trump rambles on and doesn't seem to have any clue what he is talking about. And Joe Biden is pretty much the same way. So, getting these two guys on a stage together is going to be interesting. It might just be the most hilarious spectacle anyone has ever seen in politics. Guaranteed not a single question that the debate moderators ask will actually be answered. These dudes are just going to start rambling and next thing you know they will be talking about something that has no relation to anything, and everyone is going to be scratching their heads, wondering what the heck is going on, and fearing for the future of the planet.

Really, who knows what these two men are going to say when they get on stage with each other. Who knows where all of this is going to go. Isn't anyone else dying to see how this plays out? How long before debates start to completely devolve into these two older fellas just calling each other names and making idle threats at each other? How long before it goes beyond idle threats and turns into a brawl that sucks in all the audience members and the debate moderators? Each debate will be like a Jerry Springer episode! Oh, it's going to be good! So, pull up a seat, get your popcorn and get ready for the fun to begin!

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Chris Hearn

I'm a 47 year old writer, amateur photographer and amateur dad living in Winnipeg, MB, Canada.

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