Former Senator Al Franken, who resigned his seat after no less than eight women accused him of sexual misconduct, wholeheartedly endorsed Joe Biden recently on CNN.
Joe Biden served in the Senate for over three decades, before spending eight years as President Obama’s vice president. Not many Americans have had more influence over the way the federal government operates over the past 45 years than Joe Biden, observes Jim Geraghty in NRO.
Biden an Agent of Change
The Democratic nominee cannot realistically be painted as an outsider, a reformer, an agent of change, or a breath of fresh air.
Biden is the living, breathing embodiment of the Washington status quo, right up to 20 January 2017.
I’m not sure Biden campaign staffers are high-fiving each other upon learning that a disgraced former senator is stepping forward to argue that only Biden can save Americans from a federal government rife with corruption.