Selective Outrage by Biden and Democrats Over Trump Tweeting the Word ‘Lynching’

Democrats are losing their collective minds over a Tweet from President Trump because he used the word “lynching” to describe how Democrats are treating him in their expedition to impeach him.

There was no shortage of outrage from Democrats, however, lynching comments made by Democrats during former President Bill Clinton’s 1998 impeachment process have come back to haunt them and exposes their hypocrisy.

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Former Vice President and 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden, desperate to garner media attention, wasted no time weighing in on President Trump’s Tweet calling the president’s comment “abhorrent” and “despicable.”

And then this surfaced.

After he was called out, Biden apologized in a Tweet for using the word lynching and immediately slammed President Trump for saying it.

New York Representative Gregory Meeks was also quick to criticize President Trump.

And then this clip surfaced with Meeks.

The Washington Post reports that during the Clinton impeachment process, “At least five House Democrats talked about a ‘lynching’ or ‘lynch mob,'” and the phrase “lynch mob mentality” was also used during the process, including New York Representative Jerry Nadler and former New York Representative Charles Rangel.

The hypocrisy from Democrats is not surprising.

Clearly, they are hijacking certain words to use for their advantage, such as lynching, to manipulate the discussion and demonize those they don’t agree with.