AGAIN: Joe Biden Campaign Takes Day Off And Goes Silent Just 40 Days From Election

If Joe Biden has a 2020 campaign strategy, he is doing a great job of hiding it.

We are now just 40 days from the general election in November and yet the Biden campaign keeps taking days off from doing any actual campaigning.

How does he expect the American people to take him seriously if he isn’t even working for their votes?

Breitbart reports:

Joe Biden Off Campaign Trail for Ninth Day in September

Former Vice President Joe Biden has no public events scheduled Thursday — the ninth day in September the Democrat nominee will not be on the campaign trail.

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Biden’s campaign called a “lid” at 9:20 a.m Thursday morning, meaning that it had no public events or travel scheduled for the rest of the day. A “lid” usually also means the campaign will not conduct press conferences or dispense press releases the remainder of the day.

Biden’s team also clarified that Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), the Democrat vice presidential nominee, had no public events scheduled for Thursday and, therefore, would not be on the campaign trail, either.

The news was not all that surprising, as Biden, himself, told reporters during a campaign swing through North Carolina on Wednesday that he would be “heavily” engaged for the rest of the week with preparations for the upcoming presidential debate.

People are starting to wonder what the heck is going on.

This is making Biden look unreliable and not interested in winning.

His campaign is making a huge mistake.

 

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