A newly resurfaced clip from a 1974 interview reveals that Joe Biden said, “Don’t assume I’m not corrupt,” according to the Western Journal.
Back in 1974, during his second year in the Senate, Biden was interviewed on the weekly PBS program “The Advocates.”
The host posed the question, “As the youngest member of the Senate, the one therefore who may expect the longest career there, I wonder if you’d say to us since it’s clear that you’re not corrupt and you got elected, why should people think that the system produces corrupt results when there you are?”
He retorted, “I’m not sure you should assume I’m not corrupt, but thank you for that, though.”
“The system does produce corruption, and I think implicit in the system is corruption when in fact, whether or not you can run for public office, and it costs a great deal of money to run for the United States Senate, even for a small state like Delaware, you have to go to those people who have money, and they always want something,” he concluded.
"Don't assume I'm not corrupt"
Ha no worry
We KNOW pic.twitter.com/53Au9UVReJ
— 🌳🌳⚘Mel⚘🌳🌳 (@Melski1) October 25, 2020
From The Western Journal:
Nearly five decades since Biden told PBS, “I’m not sure you should assume I’m not corrupt,” Biden is being implicated in an unprecedented corruption scandal, thanks to brave reporting from those at the New York Post.
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That reporting has been ignored by the establishment media, censored by Big Tech and blamed on Russia by Democrats such as Rep. Adam Schiff of California.