Roger Waters Goes Off on Joe Biden: "He's a Slimeball"

Roger Waters attends the ''Roger Waters Us + Them'' Photocall during the 76th Venice Film Festival at on September 06, 2019 in Venice, Italy. (Photo by Filippo Ciappi/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
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It's no secret that Roger Waters is not a fan of Donald Trump. The former Pink Floyd member is now lashing out at Trump's presumptive opponent in November, Joe Biden.

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“I’m so flabbergasted and gobsmacked by the way the Democratic National Committee has railroaded Bernie [Sanders] again,” Waters told Rolling Stone. “And has put in place a candidate—I can’t imagine Biden beating Trump in an election.

"Biden is such a f-cking slimeball, he’s so weak, and has no appeal to anybody,” Waters ranted. “Trump, at least, is a snake oil salesman, he does tricks...he does them really badly, but people don’t care.”

When asked if he could pick one over the other, Waters hedged: “I obviously don’t know where I stand on that lesser of two evils question. I’m not sure the path to a new America that is not ruled by the current ruling class — by money, plutocracy, and a capitalist society — will be made any easier with Biden as president.”

Waters wasn't done, adding “I’m so upset at the appalling bill of goods the American electorate is being sold, and they fall for it again and again. On the simplest of pretext, which is: America exceptionalism. ‘We are great. This is the greatest country in the world. We believe in freedom and democracy and human rights. We make everything better. We are the shining city on the hill.’ No you aren’t, you’re fucking awful!” Watch the full interview below.

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