While many believe — and some rightly so — that President Joe Biden frequently doesn’t know what he’s saying, we have now had a second instance as many days of the President of the United States disparaging at least half of Americans.
After giving a speech on “Economic Growth, Jobs, and Deficit Reduction” on Wednesday, Beijing Biden took a couple of questions from reporters and concluded his comments by disparaging at least 74,223,234 Americans.
What happens if you have — a state changes the law saying that — that children who are LGBTQ can’t be in classrooms with other children? Is that — is that legit under the way the decision is written?
What are the next things that are going to be attacked? Because this MAGA crowd is really the most extreme political organization that’s existed in American history — in recent American history.
First of all, who is banning Alphabet children from classrooms? The quick answer is no one, but don’t expect honesty from the West Wing these days.
So BLM and Antifa — two political organizations, whether they like the distinction or not — caused around $2 billion worth of damage during the “Summer of Floyd” in 2020. But lefty’s don’t like to talk about those “mostly peaceful protests” that much anymore.
The President of the United States has now designated about half of the electorate as not just extremists, but “the most extreme…that’s existed in American history.
If you’re a supporter of former President Donald Trump, you are now supposedly considered by the current president as an enemy of the state.
Biden, saying over 70 million Americans are domestic terrorists: "What are the next things that are going to be attacked? Because this MAGA crowd is really the most extreme political organization that's existed in American history -- in recent American history." pic.twitter.com/cl5YyorX9K— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) May 4, 2022
Biden's Wednesday comments come just a day after he conveyed his distrust in the American "public" to make sound decisions for themselves.
No, we just have to choose — I mean, look. One of the reasons why I voted against the number of the members on the court. They refused to acknowledge that there’s a Ninth Amendment. They refuse to acknowledge it, the right to privacy. I mean, there’s so many fundamental rights that are affected by that, and I’m not allow - not prepared to leave to the whims and the, and the uh, public at the moment.
Oh, what a time to live in.
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FLASHBACK: Joe Biden called abortion a tragedy. pic.twitter.com/GPDNZR6b4a— MRCTV (@mrctv) May 4, 2022