Not only does the democrat candidate for president not know what day of the week it is, but his campaign personnel also can’t seem to get their policy type stories straight. Last week, after radical, left-wing, anti-Israel, Islamist agitator Linda Sarsour spoke at the Democrat National Convention, a spokesperson for the Joe Biden Campaign was asked for a reaction. He said:
Biden spokesman Andrew Bates told CNN: “Joe Biden has been a strong supporter of Israel and a vehement opponent of anti-Semitism his entire life, and he obviously condemns her views and opposes BDS, as does the Democratic platform … She has no role in the Biden campaign whatsoever.”
Biden coalitions director Ashley Allison said she was “sorry”:
Allison said she empathized with “the pain” that the campaign had caused to Arabs and Muslims by disavowing Sarsour.
“I am sorry that that happened. And I hope that whatever trust was broken, that this conversation is one small step to help build back the trust, but that is not the last time we have this conversation,” Allison told the activists.
Pain that comes with criticism? It’s a good thing these people are not in the arts. In the arts, everybody is a critic.
“Historically, Republicans and Democrats have been quick to dismiss Muslim, Arab-American and especially Palestinian-American voices, and I want to reiterate on behalf of all of us our support for your communities,” Blinken told the activists on Sunday.