Biden, who is currently on the mainstream media circuit, is accusing Trump of "encouraging" the escalating race riots because they supposedly represent a "political benefit" to his reelection campaign.
Speaking to CNN's Anderson Cooper, Biden repeated what he had previously said on MSNBC about how Trump is "absolutely" rooting for as much violence and destruction as possible because it means he will probably win reelection on Nov. 3.
"He views this as a political benefit to him," Biden is quoted as saying. "He's rooting for more violence. He's encouraging this. He's not diminishing it at all. This is his America now."
To try to make his point, the former vice president quoted Trump aide Kellyanne Conway stating that BLM and Antifa chaos is better for Republicans than it is for Democrats this fall, especially in light of Trump's "law and order" mantra.
"When has a president ever – a spokesperson for the president ever said something like that?" Biden went on to chide.
Biden's comments come as he is planning to visit Wisconsin in the coming days as a response to the shooting of Jacob Blake, who defied police orders and reached into a vehicle for a weapon, prompting them to discharge their weapons in self-defense.
Biden says he is planning to visit Wisconsin in the safest way possible so as to avoid becoming "part of the problem."
Biden went on during the interview to defend his so-called Catholic faith, which has been questioned in recent days. Catholic allies of Trump apparently take issue with Biden's anti-Catholic positions, including his support for abortion and other immorality.
"I think it's kind of preposterous," the typically incoherent presidential wannabe stated. "I never miss Mass. It's part of who I am."
As for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's recent suggestion that Biden avoid participating in any debates with Trump, Biden explained that he is more than willing to debate Trump, "as long as the commission continues down the straight and narrow as they have."
"I'm going to be a fact-checker on the floor while I'm debating him," Biden went on to state about how he plans to engage debating Trump.
Biden took further issue with Vice President Mike Pence's suggestion that the violence and destruction taking place is a representation of "Joe Biden's America," which Biden says does not make sense because "the problem we have right now is we're in Donald Trump's America."
Biden and the rest of the Democrat Party is clearly out of sorts in fear and worry about Trump's reelection, which almost seems inevitable based on the current state of our nation. Try as they might to pin it all on Trump, it is the Democrats who are responsible for allowing the chaos to flourish, and even encouraging it to spread.
In Wisconsin, for instance, support for Black Lives Matter (BLM), a political "baby" of the Democrats, has plummeted from +25 to +0. This suggests that Wisconsinites are likewise shifting their support from Democrats like Biden to Republicans like Trump.
"Democrats need to be extremely concerned about what's happening in Wisconsin, where support for BLM has gone from +25 to +0 in 2 months," tweeted Jonathan Chait, a writer for New York magazine.
One local Kenosha resident, 62-year-old Don Biehn, told the media that Trump "was not my man," but that he is now grateful that Trump is in office after witnessing the horror show that has taken over his city since the Blake shooting.
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