Biden: Democracy Is at Risk in the Midterm Elections
Joe Biden gave another menacing speech last night, painting his political opponents as the enemies of democracy.
This time, he managed to make the background look less like something out of Nazi Germany. But he accused anyone who questioned the 2020 elections of fueling “the dangerous rise of political violence and voter intimidation over the past two years.”
Merely saying nothing about the election makes you an extremist. “There’s an alarming rise in the number of people in this country condoning political violence or simply remaining silent,” Biden said.
He also laid the groundwork for more shenanigans in the upcoming midterm elections, saying that election results would not be known on the night of the vote—as was the case in elections prior to 2020. Instead, he said, “it is important for citizens to be patient.”
Such rhetoric represents a dangerous turn for America. maga Republicans stand for limited government, free enterprise, free expression and local control. Yet Biden says these people “represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic” simply because they want to audit the 2020 election.
—Philadelphia Trumpet, November-December 2022, “Biden Declares War on Americans”
This administration “is now trying to antagonize American traditionalists into a bigger conflict,” wrote Trumpet executive editor Stephen Flurry. To learn why, read his article “Biden Declares War on Americans.”