Biden Again Pushes Divisive Drivel During Primetime Address


As our nation begins to smoke ahead of the raging inferno of the midterm elections engulfing us all, there are some politicians who are attempting to douse this trouble with water and other who find gasoline to be a more suitable option.

On Wednesday night, just 6 days ahead of that election, it was clear which addition President Biden was making to the conversation.

Warning that democracy itself is in peril, President Joe Biden called on Americans Wednesday night to use their ballots in next week’s midterm elections to stand up against lies, violence and dangerous “ultra MAGA” election disruptors who are trying to “succeed where they failed” in subverting the 2020 elections.

This is no time to stand aside, he declared. “Silence is complicity.”

After weeks of reassuring talk about America’s economy and inflation, Biden turned to a darker, more urgent message, declaring in the final days of midterm election voting that the nation’s system of governance is under threat from former President Donald Trump’s election-denying lies and the violence Biden said they inspire.

And then…

The president singled out “ultra MAGA” Republicans — a reference to Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan — calling them a minority but “driving force” of the Republican Party.

“There’s an alarming rise in the number of people in this country condoning political violence or simply remaining silent,” Biden added. “In our bones we know democracy is at risk, but we also know this: It’s in our power to preserve our democracy.”

Biden similarly attacked the right side of the aisle in his now-infamous “Dark Brandon” speech several weeks ago, calling MAGA Republicans a “threat to our democracy”.