Biden Admits His Attacks on MAGA Is NOT Just About Trump – But Involves All of Those Who Disagree with the Regime
On September 1, Joe Biden declared war on Trump supporters in a divisive primetime speech on the ‘battle for the soul of America’ from Philadelphia.
Joe Biden called 75+ million Trump supporters “a clear and present danger to our democracy.”
“MAGA Republicans do not respect the Constitution, they do not believe in the rule of law … They promote authoritarian leaders and they fan the flames of political violence,” said Biden.
Biden added, “MAGA Republicans embrace anger, thrive on chaos, live in shadow of lies.”
And this, “History tells us a blind loyalty to single leader has failed democracy.”
Classic projection from a senile and corrupt career politician.
It was clearly the most disgusting speech given by any American president in the history of the republic.
Former Trump aide Stephen Miller delivered an amazing rebuttal to Joe Biden’s historic declaration of war on the American people.
“President Trump poured out his heart, his soul, his spirit every day to build a better America for everyone to build a safer and more prosperous America. While Democrats and the deep state launched an illegal operation to take him out and it is now in its sixth year!” said Stephen Miller.
“President Biden tonight gave the speech of a dictator, in the style of a dictator, in the visual of a dictator, using the words of a dictator.”
Less than 18 hours after demonizing Donald Trump and his MAGA supporters, Joe Biden suddenly changed his mind.
Joe Biden said he doesn’t consider “any Trump supporter as a threat to the country.”
That was the entire theme of his speech!
“I don’t consider any Trump supporter a threat to the country,” Biden said at the White House.
He insisted his speech was directed at those who attacked democracy.
“I do think anyone who calls for the use of violence, fails to condemn violence when it’s used, refuses to acknowledge an election has been won, insists upon changing the way in which the rules and we count votes, that is a threat to democracy. Democracy. And everything we stand for, everything we stand for, rests on the platform of democracy,” he said.
“So I am not talking about anything other than it is inappropriate. And it’s not only happening here, but other parts of the world with failure to recognize and condemn violence whenever it’s used for those purposes, failure to condemn the attempt to manipulate an electoral outcome, failure to acknowledge when elections were won or lost.”
On Thursday, Biden participated in a Democratic National Committee reception in New York.
During his speech, Biden admitted that he’s “not just talking about Trump” when he calls “MAGA Republicans” a threat to the country.
“And one of the things that I think is really important is that — you know, the press is here, and they sometimes, legitimately — legitimately criticize me a lot, legitimately. But one of the things they talk about — when I talk about MAGA Republicans, I’m not just talking about Trump, I’m talking about those folks who have a different view of how the institutions should function,” Biden said.
Biden finally admitted tonight he’s “not just talking about Trump” when he says “MAGA Republicans” are a threat to the country. pic.twitter.com/HAmYjLbzDb
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 23, 2022
More from his speech:
They’re very much up for grabs right now, the institutions — whether or not the Supreme Court — what legitimacy it has, what it should have; what the Congress can and can’t do.
And, you know, we ta- — when I talked about there are some extremes within the other party — and this is not your father’s Republican Party. This is a different party than when you started helping me years ago. It’s a very different party.
And, you know, when you — when you defend people who broke down doors in the Capitol and tried to turn around an election and ended up with some police being dead, and when you defend them as patriots, there’s something different about what’s out there.
When you hear Republicans talking about “if certain things happen, there’ll be riots in the street and there’ll be blood on the streets,” it — it’s just — it’s not consistent with who we are as a democracy.
And when you see the continuation of the notion of failing to recognize the legitimacy of an election when there’s not a single thread of evidence to suggest it was anything other than legitimate, it’s — it’s a dangerous trend. And the fact of the matter is that, you know, the MAGA Republicans have a very different view of where they want to take the country.
And so I think there’s a lot of stake — a lot of stake in this election. And — but I feel quite confident about how — what we’re going to be able to do.
You know, I’ve had — and the press has heard me say this before — six of my former Republican co- — my Republican colleagues in the Senate that I knew, that are still there, have come to me. And I’ve promised I would never mention their names, and I will never. And they’ve came separately to tell me they agree with me on a lot of things but they just can’t vote with me because they’ll lose their election — they’ll lose the primary.
And it’s not like there is — there’s almost a — it seems as though a bit of a fear factor that if you don’t support the position of Mr. Trump and the MAGA Republicans, that you are not — you can’t get the nomination to run for office.
And — but, you know, it’s interesting that we’ve been able to get a fair amount done, and we have to keep the momentum going, instead of, you know, dealing with the anger and — and division that is being preached. I’m optimistic.