Pete Buttigieg just found his big boy pants and after he put them on, he took a major shot at Democrat primary leader Joe Biden.
Biden has continuously leaned on his experience over the field of contenders, but that experience is exactly what Buttigieg is now using against him.
Not Really Experience
Buttigieg opened a door that, hopefully, more people will start to walk through.
He stated, “Well, I certainly respect the Vice President, but this is an example of why years in Washington is not always the same thing as judgment.
“He supported the worst foreign policy decision made by the United States in my lifetime, which was the decision to invade Iraq.”
Buttigieg has every right to call Biden out in this because he was in the service of this country and deployed as a direct result of the call to invade Iraq.
Just a Bad Call
The votes in favor of the invasion of Iraq have all come under considerable scrutiny in recent years.
When reports started to pop up that the reports of WMD’s being present were falsified, it led to one of the greatest scandals this country has ever seen.
Cheney wanted a war, and he got it, and people like Joe Biden took the bait.
More to Come
Joe Biden made a lot of bad calls while he was a Senator, but nobody seems to want to talk about Joe’s past.
For someone that spent their entire life in office, most of his high-profile achievements have proven to be bad judgment or against current Democrat platforms.
For instance, Joe Biden penned the legislation that led to the mass incarceration of minority men.
It is that exact legislation that many people blame for the fact so many African American homes today are single-parent homes, with the fathers in prison.
Buttigieg opened this door a crack, but now it is time to kick it in and expose this man for the fraud he truly is.