Enemies of the State
The link to the above quote: https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/biden-address-extremist-threat-democracy-prime-time-speech/story?id=89121094
Last night in Philadelphia, Joe Biden gave one of the most disgusting, divisive speeches in the history of the country. We heard a string of cliches sprinkled with vile. The political speech was obviously delivered to get the democrats evil to the core base energized. Last night declared that the 75 Million people who voted for Donald Trump were a danger to democracy.
The fear of Biden's handlers is that they and the democrats who ran the country for the past 18 months will be severely punished for their extremist policies. So what we got was an attempt to gaslight & project. We heard nothing about the economy which is now in recession. We heard no defense of the mandates and school closures that were the trade mark of his covid response. We heard nothing of the border or the 2 Million people and tons of Fentanyl that crossed it in Biden's first 18 months. We heard nothing about the war on energy that produced all the high gas prices. Instead we heard Trump's name mentioned twice. You know, the potential political opponent that Biden's DOJ is prosecuting in the Court of public opinion. Biden's handlers like the leftist media think the country can be governed like Castro's Cuba for 18 months and it will all be forgotten in the November election. They really believe they can pull it off. It's not a referendum on the party in power, it's a referendum on a former President!
For many months we have been hearing about "saving Democracy" from democrats. This the backdrop for the speech given tonight in the style of a Marxist dictator. The choice is being put to the American people. Their vision of America is what we got for the past 18 months. Obviously they have made a calculation: They think the only way they can win in November is to divide the country further.
The Republican National Committee said in a statement that Mr. Biden was “the divider-in-chief and epitomizes the current state of the Democrat Party: one of divisiveness, disgust, and hostility towards half the country.”
"In her rebuttal, Reynolds said Biden and his fellow Democrats, rather than "moving America forward," have "sent us back in time to the late ’70s and early ’80s, when runaway inflation was hammering families, a violent crime wave was crashing on our cities, and the Soviet army was trying to redraw the world map."
The Teacher's Union gets an F: " The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) scores for 2022 were released Thursday, and by any standard they are a calamity. An unprecedented decline in reading and math scores is the first national measure of the damage done by school closures to America’s children. The 2020 NAEP tests were administered shortly before pandemic lockdowns and school closures, so this year’s results provide a snapshot of how students have weathered those two years. It’s not pretty. Average nine-year-old scores declined the most on record in math (seven points) and in reading since 1990 (five points). Two decades of progress have been erased in two years. Results were even worse for lower-income and minority students. Math scores fell by 13 points for black students and eight points for Hispanics compared to five points for whites. Reading scores for low-income students fell twice as much as for others."
Dishonest Media defends Fetterman: "Many mainstream media outlets are providing a sympathetic framing to Democratic Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman's decision not to debate his Republican opponent Dr. Mehmet Oz as Fetterman recovers from a stroke. That appears to be in part because of the sharp attacks from Oz's campaign and Republican allies that have included sarcastic pledges to help Fetterman through any debates, and one spokesperson's acerbic remark that Fetterman could have avoided his stroke by eating more vegetables. On-air conversations from CNN and MSNBC saw media figures widely condemning the Oz campaign’s comments about Fetterman’s health, and hypothesizing that it may push people away from a Republican candidate with an already unenthusiastic voter base. However, several commentators and guests also expressed concern at Fetterman’s ability to govern. Fetterman, who suffered a stroke in May and spent time away from the campaign trail, has said he does plan to debate Oz at some point."