(BREAKING WIDE) – Joe Biden Plagiarize Speech of late NDP leader in his DNC exit lines.
The former Vice President is already a known serial plagiarist. So it shouldn’t come as a huge surprise he’s been caught at it again. Canadian Twitter users noticed it after Biden’s big speech that CNN said was the greatest ever and which was actually full of doom and despair.
In one of the spots where he attempted to express that the world might continue existing, he had to borrow from someone else. Canadian liberal politician Jack Layton, somewhat of a hero on the left.
“Jack Layton is trending. One of Canada’s most beloved politicians. As Biden butchers his dying words left to us,” wrote one left-wing trans activist, who deleted the tweet after the American right started sharing it.
But others left their tweets up.
— Sandy Hudson (@sandela) August 21, 2020Advertisement
A number of Canadians are struck by the similar parting words of Biden’s speech to the final words of Jack Layton’s farewell letter before his death.
Joe Biden lifts some Jack Layton. The last time an American copied a Canadian this obviously was when Lenny Kravitz covered the Guess Who https://t.co/87ZC4ot9mt
— Mark Critch (@markcritch) August 21, 2020Advertisement
weeks back, Joe Biden delivered an economic speech under the slogan “Build Back Better.” Despite the radical proposals contained within the speech, that’s some clever branding.
However, Joe Biden didn’t come up with the slogan, the United Nations did. That’s right—Joe Biden and his campaign plagiarized the title directly from a United Nations climate change initiative launched in April. In fact, Biden’s released economic plan seemed eerily similar to President Donald Trump’s “America First” message.
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