Biden Gives A Speech About The Capitol Riots
(RepublicanNews.org) – On November 2, reporters asked White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre about President Joe Biden’s last-minute speech scheduled later that day near the Capitol in Washington, DC. The secretary noted the US leader was concerned about recent incidents of political violence and thought it necessary to discuss the issue at the gathering.
That evening, Biden delivered his speech in front of a crowd at Union Station, a short distance away from where the insurrection had taken place on January 6, 2021. The commander in chief opened by talking about the violent attack on Paul Pelosi, demanding Americans “stand against political violence.” He also encouraged people to vote.
The president then started talking about the events on January 6 by reiterating what took place that day. Biden denounced the violence and the part he insisted former President Donald Trump played in the event.
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— New York Post (@nypost) November 2, 2022
The US leader said because Trump refused to “accept the fact that he lost,” democracy in the US is now under attack. Biden seemed to think it was important to relay the message that it took time to count “ballots in a legal and orderly manner,” but that didn’t mean the election was illegitimate.
Some people believe the US leader’s attempt to resurrect the January 6 issue to compel Democrats to vote will fail. They say Americans are more concerned about the economy than anything else during this election cycle.
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