Joe Biden Tells Students to Be GLOBAL Citizens, Not Americans

( Presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden gave a short video message to graduates of Delaware State University on Saturday, telling them to “redefine what it means to be a global citizen.”

As the former vice president is running to become the President of the United States, it raised a few eyebrows…and set him apart from President Donald Trump who is known for his pro-America stance.

“I know these are difficult times for all of us,” Biden told the students, who weren’t able to attend their graduation ceremony. “And for any of you who might’ve lost loved ones to this pandemic.”

If you watch the video, you’ll notice that Biden is still at home. It’s different from his usual setup, in the home office that he turned into a temporary studio while he remains locked down because of the pandemic. He is, however, still very much stuck at home.

He also managed to successfully read from his script with no error, although he was helped by several jump cuts along the way.

Biden encouraged students to continue fighting and told them that “we’re going to get through this.” He told students that the country needs people with “passion and ingenuity and the skill” that they all have to offer to not only rebuild but to “transform this country.”

Make no mistake, Joe Biden would fundamentally transform the United States. Having recently appointed Bernie Sanders economic advisers to his campaign, who push Modern Monetary Theory that argues the government should simply print more money, it’s clear which direction his campaign is going in.

It’s also clear that it’s not a pro-American campaign, too.

“Some of you will redefine what it means to be a global citizen and lead the way in uniting people regardless of age, gender, race, or zip code,” Biden explained. As if anyone actually really cares about those things any more anyway.

In a 97-second-long video, there are three solid jump cuts. It’s not really a good sign when the man who wants to be president of the United States can’t record a minute-and-a-half-long video in one take, and couldn’t even do it without a teleprompter.