GOP Voter Tries To Ask Question During CNN Town Hall, Biden Interrupts Before She Can Finish

Have you ever heard some raging left-wing feminist go off the deep end about how rude it is for a man to interrupt a woman when she’s trying to talk? It’s actually been a big deal over the course of the last few years — to liberals that is, not the rest of us sane individuals — but it seems these folks are only keen to stand up and say something about that kind of behavior when it’s a conservative who interrupts a woman trying to talk.

They claim it’s a man attempting to assert his dominance over a woman or something of that nature. Personally, I just think the person is rude and self-absorbed and probably treats everyone that way.

Well, Joe Biden, current Democratic presidential nominee, recently pulled this on a GOP voter, a woman, by interrupting her while she was attempting to ask an important question during a CNN town hall on Thursday evening.

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CNN host Anderson Cooper introduced Julie Masser Ballay, who is a member of the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau and made it clear she voted Trump in 2016.

via Daily Caller:

“Ah —” Ballay shook her head. “Good evening. Overregulation puts an extreme burden on small and family-owned farms and is a contributing factor to many farms going out of business. Policies during the Obama administration such as the rules under the Waters of the U.S. Act threaten to increase that regulation. As does policies proposed through the Green New Deal, which your climate plan embraces.”

“No it doesn’t —” Biden interrupted.

“Excuse me,” Ballay pushed back. “If I could finish.”

“I’m sorry. I apologize,” Biden deferred.

“Thank you,” Ballay replied, going on to ask about Biden’s plan and how he planned to decrease the regulatory burdens on farms and businesses.

Biden’s response is to pay farmers to put some of their land in what he calls “land banks” or to have them plant crops that will “absorb carbon from the air.”

Ballay is correct in her assumption that Biden’s climate plan embraces the Green New Deal. Here’s what his website actually says about his position on the legislation:

“Biden believes the Green New Deal is a crucial framework for meeting the climate challenges we face. It powerfully captures two basic truths, which are at the core of his plan: (1) the United States urgently needs to embrace greater ambition on an epic scale to meet the scope of this challenge, and (2) our environment and our economy are completely and totally connected.”

I think at this point, no sane human being actually supports the Green New Deal, so the fact Biden is all for this isn’t surprising. After all, his mental faculties have already been called into question. What’s a little more proof that he’s not playing with a full deck?