President Joe Biden warns that US democracy is on the line during the 2022 mid-election cycle.
“We know in our bones that democracy … is in jeopardy,” Biden stated during a speech On Wednesday. He said that each individual has the ability “to preserve our democracy” and that he knows the nation will do so.
Democrats are scrambling to retain control in both houses of Congress as Americans go to the polls on Election Day next week — and some Americans have already cast their votes before Election Day. Biden, who is not on the ballot, was faced with dire numbers for allowing jobs opinion poll for some time.
Biden pointed the finger at former President Donald Trump and claimed US democracy was under attack “because the defeated former president” refused to accept the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
The incumbent president went on to claim that “extreme MAGA Republicans,” whom he described as only a minority of the GOP but also as a “powerhouse” of the party, are trying to “suppress voter rights and undermine the electoral system.” themselves.” Biden claimed they “encouraged violence and intimidation of voters and poll officials.”
Biden opened his speech by discussing the recent attack on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi. The suspect had reportedly asked: “Where’s Nancy? Where’s Nancy?” Biden said people who stormed the US Capitol used “the exact same words” on Jan. 6, 2021.
While Rep. Nancy Pelosi was not at home when the incident unfolded, the man charged in connection with the incident told authorities he had intended to hold Nancy Pelosi hostage.
During an event in Florida on Tuesday, Biden tried to defeat Democratic gubernatorial nominee Charlie Crist and U.S. Senate nominee Rep. Val Demings — Sunshine State Gov. Ron DeSantis, a sitting Republican, joked that the move represented “a contribution in kind” to his re-election bid and that his campaign was poised to “ensure” Biden’s stay through the end of the campaign cycle.
https://www.theblaze.com/news/biden-claims-democracy-at-risk Biden claims democracy is at risk during the upcoming election