What’s your favorite Joe Biden story? Is it the one where a teenaged Joey went one-on-four with a gang of street thugs with straight razors — and not only lived to tell about it but made inroads on racial relations in America? Maybe you prefer hearing about the time he was arrested in South Africa for trying to visit Nelson Mandela in prison. (RELATED: More Biden memories: That time in the ‘60s when he and his dad saw two men kissing)
If none of those appeal, you might enjoy his latest inspirational tale, which he shared on Monday with prospective voters in Cleveland. But rather than describe it, I will allow septuagenarian Joey to tell it in his own words.
Joe Biden says George Floyd’s 6-year-old daughter looked him in the eye and said, “Mr. Vice President, my daddy is going to change the world:” pic.twitter.com/Z36hFDKm6b
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) November 2, 2020
Two possible reactions to the story are “kid wise beyond her years” or “codger running on empty.”
Twitter users had good responses, some funny some poignant.
Just think, if Biden ends up winning the presidency, we can look forward to four more years of these stories.
P.S. He lost Ohio. Any wonder why?