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Vox’s Shermichael Singleton, MSNBC’s Garrett Haake, Real Clear Politics’ A.B. Stoddard, and NPR’s Maria Hinojosa on Biden showing his compassion and experience with loss in a new health care ad
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Biden’s New Heart-Wrenching Campaign Ad | Deadline | MSNBC

51 Comments on "Biden’s New Heart-Wrenching Campaign Ad | Deadline | MSNBC"

  1. Biden gets personal because his campaign seems to be banking on pulling the heartstrings of people rather than proposing an actual policy.

    • @PrimalPeace Or you could just save time and read ‘The Communist Manifesto’.

    • @PrimalPeace “You, yourself fought the decadence of Washington DC for years with all your strength, all your resources, all your moral authority and the only victory you achieved was a lie (Obama Care).”

    • @Genesis So you ignore the policy proposals for a strawman? Got it, dishonest punk.

  2. TokyoTraveller | August 27, 2019 at 9:27 PM | Reply

    Oh…Biden is desperate, now. He’s in a panic.
    He was probably saving this for the general election.
    But he’s using it now, and we are months away from states start PRIMARY voting.

    • @Jules Gilberto Biden got scared after seeing himself in 3rd place in a recent poll.
      In a panic, he hit the big red button and used his entire family to get sympathy votes and sell continued corporate healthcare to the masses.
      Seriously, what commercial can Biden make that has more emotional impact than this one?

    • Biden is still leading in every other poll.

    • TokyoTraveller | August 28, 2019 at 5:48 AM | Reply

      @No Name yes he is. I agree, his panic was premature. However, now it’s too late. He’s already thrown his Hail Mary.

    • @TokyoTraveller he hasn’t panicked he’s just campaigning

  3. “Heartwrenching”? Biden’s plan will not cover all. That’s not good enough.


    • Obviously he only cares about getting elected, and if this sounds good enough to get him there, he’s fine with it. I don’t understand leaving millions of people in the position he himself states that he wouldn’t want to be in, hypocritical.

    • burningfeet 57 | August 28, 2019 at 8:29 AM | Reply


    • kristabella222 | August 28, 2019 at 8:35 AM | Reply

      It’s actually disgusting and not “heart-wrenching” that Biden is using his dead son to shill for the private insurance industry. Shame on these craven tv hosts for their defense of private insurers as well.

  4. Had to skip over the part showing Trump speaking. Can’t take it.

  5. Marie McKeever | August 27, 2019 at 9:44 PM | Reply

    Let’s have healthcare FREE at the point of service!!!!! Medicare for ALL!

    • Chronic Crypto | August 28, 2019 at 3:54 AM | Reply

      @Jay Dot the crack rocks

    • MattOGormanSmith | August 28, 2019 at 7:49 AM | Reply

      On the NHS, you can even get free cosmetic surgery if you can convince your doctors it’s essential for your wellbeing.

    • @Celine Hary genuine question, I’m 100% for insurance that covers everyone, but if we get rid of all the private insurance companies, what happens to the millions of people who work in that industry? The lower line claims processors, customer service, etc.

    • xlioilx Dr. Evil over here…

  6. Every election I start rehating the MSM.

  7. Scientific Methodology | August 27, 2019 at 9:50 PM | Reply

    Who? “What state am I in” Biden? Oh man, if y’all are hangin’ your hat on that tree branch y’all better load up on Kleenex and psych meds. You probably should anyway.

  8. “voters don’t care about his mistakes fyi” you cant get any more biased than this folks, like seriously is the Biden team running this segment. You can’t make it up.

    • Not true, a lot of people like Biden, they don’t care about his so-called gaffes, a misspoken word here or there, it’s only Sanders supporters or parts of the media that fixate on them, trying to make something out of nothing. Most people remember Biden as Vice President for 8 years, a time of stability, civility, security & integrity. They want that back again in the White House, Biden is the complete opposite of Trump & that resonates with voters hence why Biden is consistently ahead in the polls, the latest showing Biden at 32%, with Sanders at 15% & Warren at 14%.

    • @bellabana We know who you are shut up with your BS

    • I will take Biden and his gaffes over trump’s lies anytime.

  9. Joe is trying

  10. Fuuuk the Establishment | August 27, 2019 at 10:08 PM | Reply

    Joe Biden was not at the mercy of the health insurance industry in any way, shape, or form. He has plenty of money to pay for his brain surgery even if his coverage had denied it and would nevef have driven him into bankruptcy or made him even think twice. Joe Biden is NOT ur average Joe. Ur all a bunch of corpratist shills. Bernie 2020 all day everyday!!!

    • When was Bernie at the mercy of the health insurance industry in any way, shape, or form? Millionaire Bernie is NOT an average -Joe- Bernie either.
      Medicare for All will never pass in a Congress that has enough Republicans to block it. Bernie is selling a pipe dream… crack pipe.
      Psst don’t tell anyone, a 35 politician like Bernie is in the “establishment”.

    • Bernie Panders is a phony pandering pos he’s a old rich white privileged beta male with 3 homes he should lead by example give up his I’ll gotten gains and to check his privilege

    • rrmndtqrg8 q Now try saying that again without crying…

    • @Jon Stark truth hurts doesn’t it

  11. Is trauma-teezation attractive or repelling. It repelled me. I look for a serious healthy mind

  12. Regardless of if you think he should be president or not, I think this side of Joe Biden is a good example of one of the benefits of democracy. Yes, it can encourage cynical politicians who pretend to listen to people’s problems to manipulate them and get their votes, but it can also elevate and reward genuinely good people who care about others and want to help them.

  13. No more private for profit health insurance companies!!!!
    Medicare for ALL!!!

    • Kelly Brown News flash: most health insurance companies are Non PROFIT organizations. You are so dumb and uninformed from watching MSNBC and CNN.

  14. Another harshly abrupt ending, brought to you by MSNBC.

  15. Adriel Henandez | August 27, 2019 at 11:26 PM | Reply

    “ Keeping the profit incentive, of not providing coverage, is personal to me because, it’s worked so well for me and my family.”
    Oh! How heart wrenching!
    Oh btw, look how presidential he looks compared to trump!
    I’ve learned so much

  16. Hearing a person with better vocabulary is so much refreshing and hopefully.

  17. A t’rump campaign ad that was something personal and touching…
    Would be a video montage of Ivanka in short shorts.

  18. That add can be used in Medicare for all.

  19. Bernie Sanders 2020!
    Policies not platitudes!

  20. It’s very effective because it’s the truth. It’s lived-in and comes from personal experience, albeit tragic.

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