Joe Biden traveled to West Mifflin, Pennsylvania to deliver remarks to union workers on Labor Day.
Only a few dozen union workers showed up to see Joe Biden speak in his hometown.
81 million votes and Biden couldn’t even draw a crowd in his hometown of Pennsylvania.
Only 681 people tuned in to watch Biden on the White House’s YouTube channel.
Out of a few dozen union workers, only one person clapped when Joe Biden walked to the lectern.
President Biden exits the United Steelworkers union hall in West Mifflin, with John Fetterman and Sen Bob Casey with him pic.twitter.com/SRNulPiR3c
— Ryan Deto (@RyanDeto) September 5, 2022
Democrat Pennsylvania US Senate candidate John Fetterman joined Joe Biden.
The crowd size was pathetic.
Biden is back stage with US Senate candidate John Fetterman ahead of remarks in West Mifflin, a town southeast of Pittsburgh, his 2nd stop on this Labor Day and his 3rd Pennsylvania trip in a week. pic.twitter.com/jQPBy21IkD
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) September 5, 2022
Biden was losing steam in his PA speech after he lashed out at MAGA Republicans earlier Monday in Wisconsin.
Joe Biden’s PA speech was low energy and full of lies (as usual).
Biden falsely claimed he got “very engaged” in the civil rights movement as a kid.
This lie has been repeatedly debunked.
In 1987, Joe Biden falsely claimed he marched in the civil rights movement and eventually dropped out of the presidential race.
Biden finally admitted he lied about marching in the civil rights movement.
In 1987, Joe Biden claimed he marched in the civil rights movement. A few months later, Biden disavowed the claim. Decades later, during the Obama era, and more recently on the campaign trail, he started making the same claims again. https://t.co/NAlMJ6ZTq7 pic.twitter.com/tpmE6VXmG6
— The Intercept (@theintercept) February 14, 2020