On Saturday, former Vice President and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden held a campaign event in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
The event was a total disaster for Biden considering there appeared to be more Trump supporters than Biden supporters. The Trump supporters clearly caught Biden off guard considering he lashed out at them, calling them “chumps.”
CNN political correspondent MJ Lee was at the scene.
“Rowdy scene as Joe Biden speaks at drive-in rally in Bucks County, PA — Trump supporters waving flags and honking during his speech,” Lee tweeted.
Practically a Trump drive-in rally here now outside the Biden drive-in event. Biden has just finished speaking pic.twitter.com/SvsjopLM99
— MJ Lee (@mj_lee) October 24, 2020
Biden was obviously getting agitated at the noise the Trump supporters were making and had a hard time focusing on his speech. The former Vice President was ironically talking about unity when he went off track and called the Trump supporters “chumps.”
“I’ll work as hard for those who don’t support me as those who do,” Biden said. He then went off script to attack the Trump supporters. “Including those chumps with the microphone out there.”
WATCH: Joe Biden insults Pennsylvanians who don’t support him, calls them “chumps” pic.twitter.com/QvHgk7nppH
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PJ Media reported:
Joe Biden expects us to believe his message of unity when he calls Trump supporters chumps? Let’s not forget that back in May, Joe Biden slandered Trump supporters as racists and xenophobes. “There are people who support the president because they like the fact that he is engaged in the politics of division,” Biden said. “They really support the notion that, you know, all Mexicans are rapists and all Muslims are bad and… dividing this nation based on ethnicity, race. This is the one [sic] of the few presidents who succeeded by deliberately trying to divide the country, not unite the country.”
As for the Biden rally itself, it was another drive-in event and the campaign reportedly estimated that there were only 130 cars (with a four-person maximum per car) present, according to MSNBC reporter Eli Stokols.