Joe Biden picked one fight that he instantly came to regret

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Joe Biden’s back is against the wall and he’s wildly lashing out.

This aggressive posture is doing him no favors.

And now Joe Biden picked one fight that he instantly came to regret.

President Joe Biden and his handlers decided they want a fight with special counsel Robert Hur.

Hur released a report about his investigation into Biden’s alleged mishandling of classified documents that didn’t paint a flattering picture of the Democrat President.

In the report, Hur claimed that even though the evidence pointed to Biden being guilty of the crime, he couldn’t bring charges against Biden if he wanted to because of the Democrat President’s severely deteriorated cognitive state.

“We have also considered that, at trial, Mr. Biden would likely present himself to a jury, as he did during our interview of him, as a sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory,” Hur stated.

For an example to back up his claim, Hur wrote that Biden couldn’t even make a ballpark guess about what year his son, Beau, died from a battle with brain cancer.

 “He did not remember, even within several years, when his son Beau died,” Hur wrote.

This detail set off Biden, who ranted that Hur had no decency in including it in his report.

“How dare he raise that?” Biden fumed during a primetime press conference that turned into a total embarrassment for the regime following the release of the Hur report. “Frankly, when I was asked a question, I thought to myself, what’s that any of your damn business?”

Biden’s henchmen then began attacking Hur as some sort of “MAGA” partisan smear merchant out to take “gratuitous” shots at Biden.

This aggressive plan of attack backfired.

Hur and his team knew two could play at that game and pushed back with the truth.

Biden’s claim that Hur asked him about his son’s death turned out to be another instance of the Democrat President’s cognitive decline as Hur’s team told NBC News that it was Biden himself who brought up Beau’s passing.

“But Hur never asked that question, according to two people familiar with Hur’s five-hour interview with the president over two days last October. It was the president, not Hur or his team, who first introduced Beau Biden’s death, they said,” NBC News reported.

“Biden raised his son’s death after being asked about his workflow at a Virginia rental home from 2016 to 2018, the sources said, when a ghost writer was helping him write a memoir about losing Beau to brain cancer in 2015. Investigators had a 2017 recording showing that Biden had told the ghost writer he had found “classified stuff” in that home, the report says,” the report continued.

To make matters worse for Biden, Hur will now testify before the House Judiciary Committee on March 12, ensuring that Biden’s cognitive impairment stays in the headlines for weeks to come.

Should special counsel Robert Hur testify in public?