Cooper Caught on Hot Mic to Biden Lamenting Cunningham Troubles, ‘We’ll Get Him Across the Finish Line’

RDU INTL – When Governor Roy Cooper met Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on the tarmac for the latter’s “rally” in Durham, there was, naturally, a gaggle of press there. Well, one of those press members had a long mic that managed to catch quite a bit of the conversation the two men had as Biden got off the plane.

In addition to boasting to Biden and Biden’s granddaughter that “it’s been a great year” — which would be news to the 1.5 million people who lost a job, the businesses that were shut down or smashed by Woke rioters, or anyone suffering the psychological toll from the year that is 2020 — Roy Cooper shared his frustration over the drag that is Cal Cunningham, and how they’ll have to drag him across the finish line.

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How embarrassing for Cunningham, to have the top of your ticket openly lamenting your horrible character. How embarrassing for Democrats, that they’ll ‘get him across’ for pure political power.

Moreover, considering their strong position in most polls, Cooper did not sound overly confident that he and Biden will ‘get across the line.’ The comments came off as more hopeful reassurances from a worried candidate, than confident assertions from a position of strength.

On that note, it turns out Durham was one of Biden’s last trips out of the basement until the debate on Thursday. Seems like he’s retreating to the bunker under a barrage of Biden Crime Family revelations, hoping the debate commission keeps foreign policy off the table for the ‘Foreign Policy Debate.’

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