If 2020 hasn’t been hellish enough, we’re heading for a US presidential election in November.
Incumbent Trump will this time go toe-to-toe with Democrat nominee, Joe Biden.
And already the electioneering has begun.
Yesterday, Biden – the former vice president to Obama – spoke to the governor of Pennsylvania Tom Wolf as part of a live campaign video chat.
While talking about the state’s economic recovery from the CV-19 pandemic in the state and the need for more financial help it appeared that Biden farted and rather loudly, too.
Not letting the opportunity to pass to embarrass his father’s competitor for the top job, Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr was one of the first to post Biden’s apparent indiscretion on Twitter.
And, yes, you may need to turn the sound up to hear it. However, Wolf’s expression does change markedly when it happens.
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) May 27, 2020
Biden’s apparent guff has fixated many in the US who’ve tried to get to the “bottom” of things. Some have even suggested the fart was added-in by his Republican enemies attempting to embarrass Biden.
Someone even posting a thermal imaging view of the incident to YouTube. However, it may all be a case of smoke and mirrors. Decide below:
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