The following article, Exposed: Biden Accused of Plagiarizing End of DNC Speech From Canadian Leader (Details), was first published on Flag And Cross.
2020 Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden has been caught plagiarizing, in the past. Obviously, the guy doesn’t write his own speeches anymore – but still, it says something.
More on that below in just a bit.
However, even lefties are noticing that Joe seemed to have pulled words for his DNC acceptance speech from Canadian Jack Layton, leader of the New Democratic Party from 2003-2011.
— A Windward Maroon (@andraydomise) August 21, 2020
The speech’s ending sounded a lot like the late NDP leader Jack Layton’s final words to Canadians. https://t.co/pIpUSQIOID
— HuffPost Canada (@HuffPostCanada) August 21, 2020
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, 2020
On plagiarism, via RealClear Politics:
Last week, Democrat nominee for president 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.
Annndddd more instances of plagiarism…
And one more, for good measure:
What are the odds the mainstream media touches this one?
H/T: Right Scoop
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