Senile Joe Biden Ridiculously Claims He Was Attacked on the Internet by These

Joe Biden claimed that he has been getting attacked recently from Russian bots are targeting him in order to prevent him from winning the election and claiming that they want Bernie Sanders to win. I'd be willing to bet money that Joe Biden doesn't even know what a bot actually is.

In an interview with CBS's Margaret Brennan, he discussed that the Russians have a lot of money and have spent it on bots to take down Biden.

"I'm the person most likely to beat Trump," Biden told Margaret Brennan in the interview.

"The Russians don't want me to be the nominee. They spent a lot of money on bots on Facebook and they've been taken down, saying Biden is a bad guy. They don't want Biden running. They're not -- no one's helping me to try to get the nomination. They have good reason."

Pressed on the matter, Biden replied, "I have not spoken to the intelligence community, but I think the intelligence community should inform the rest of us who are running what they told Senator Sanders. .. I was told that there are a lot of bots on Facebook, and they've been all taken down. ... Fake accounts, yes, and they're taken down, but I -- I don't know who -- I didn't get a call from Facebook, but I was told by my -- my staff that's what happened. The people that occupied my [campaign] office ... maybe they were Russians. I don't know, but they -- they said they were Bernie supporters."

Separately in the interview, Biden defended the Obama administration's response to Russia's 2016 election interference, even though the bipartisan report from the Senate Intelligence Committee faulted Obama's actions earlier this year.

"Not at all," Biden told Brennan when asked whether he agreed with the report's conclusions. "Look, we went out and went to the committee, went to the Republican leadership and said, 'Look, this is what we have.' I didn't, but the intelligence community did. 'This is what we have. Why don't you join us in condemning what's happening?' And, the Republican leader of Senate said, 'No, I want no part of it- joining in what is happening.' And, everything that came up subsequently to that reinforced what we were saying was going on."

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