President Joe Biden issued another warning on Wednesday about Republicans seizing power in the midterm elections, claiming the “very essence of America itself” was in jeopardy.
“We the people must choose if the rule of law will win or whether the dark forces and… desire for power will triumph over the ideas that have long guided us,” Biden stated during a speech made inside Union Station.
Biden began his address by recounting a demented individual’s assault on Paul Pelosi last Friday after the perpetrator was unable to locate Speaker Nancy Pelosi in their San Francisco home.
The president attempted to link the assault on Pelosi to the Jan. 6 rally on Capitol Hill against the presidential election in 2020.
Biden accused previous President Donald Trump for contesting the 2020 election results, that he claimed increased the frequency of occurrences of political violence.
“In America, we do not settle our problems with a mob, a riot, a bullet, or a hammer; we resolve them calmly at the battle box – the ballot box,” he remarked.
Biden’s address was blatantly biased, dismissing Democrats who disputed the 2016 election results by erroneously labeling Trump an illegitimate president elected due to Russian meddling. He also overlooked Democrat political violence and political individuals who refused to recognize genuine elections.
Instead, he laid the finger at “extreme MAGA” Republicans.
“At this time, we must face those lies with the truth. Our nation’s entire destiny hinges on it,” he declared, calling it a “defining moment” in American history.
Biden reiterated a lot of the democratic talking points he has pushed since his inauguration, criticizing Republicans for jeopardizing the future of American democracy.