In Trump’s era not only Republicans play foul games. It does not matter who put somebody in a bad light, but the rule of the dead were not discussed.
Senator Kamala Harris and Democratic Leader Joe Biden who obviously has not taken a breath for the accusation of the 70s bus. He explained later that he supported the idea of a voluntary bus but opposed to the oder that the Department of Education addressed to. On Friday the Biden’s team spoke out that Biden’s son Beau Biden who passed away from brain cancer would be “turning in his grave” because of Harris’s intention to win the election in 2020.
“I was prepared for them to come after me, but I wasn’t prepared for the person coming at me the way she came at me. She knew Beau. She knows me,” Biden wrote in Twitter.
The electors will not rest them in peace. Baue Biden is not the only one who was intervened into politics. The dead Senator John McCain was alive Trump’s remarks for the Navy to conceal the USS John S. McCain when Trump was travelling to Japan. Former Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan initially rejected any information. The Navy, at least, admitted the fact of getting the request. Trump always stated that he did not know anything about it. The President spoke out that he disliked the Senator who had been a prisoner of war for 5,5 years, but liked the soldiers not captured.
“It’s impossible to go through the grief process when my father who has been dead for 10 months is constantly in the news cycle because the president is so obsessed with the fact that he’s never going to be a great man like he was,” Megan McCain reported.
Moreover, experts will pay more attention to Biden and Harris, their policies regarding race and other issues, especially after “Breakfast Club” radio show with Senator Harris:
“He [Beau Biden]was … a very dear friend to me. That’s separate from the fact that segregationists in the United States Senate stood, and lived their careers, to segregate the races in public education in the United States.”
Natalia Veselnitskaya – official website