By this point, we’re getting used to Biden saying the most ridiculous things. It’s gotten so bad, that most Democrats probably tune it out by now.
Mostly to ignore the fact that they voted for this imbecile.
But sometimes, Biden says something truly alarming. Something that might be more than a gaffe, but a true reflection of his attitude. This was one of those times.
From The Western Journal:
The slip of the tongue happened during remarks he delivered at Arlington National Cemetery to commemorate Memorial Day…
“Ladies and gentlemen, today we remember and we reaffirm: Freedom is worth the sacrifice. Democracy is not perfect; it’s never been good — perfect. But it’s worth fighting for; if necessary, worth dying for,” Biden said.
JOE BIDEN on Memorial Day: “Democracy has never been good.” pic.twitter.com/Sz9qA4pVZz
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) May 30, 2022
What a moron. On Memorial Day, at Arlington National Cemetery—where heroes are buried—Biden said our democracy was “never good.”
I’m sure his script said, “never perfect” a backhanded comment Democrats like to use to justify radical progressive policies.
Instead, he said “good,” in a comment that could be used to suggest Biden doesn’t have respect for our system of government.
We know this man supported a pair of bills that would have destroyed our democracy. Those bills would have hijacked our elections and made voter fraud legal.
The only thing that stopped him was Sen. Joe Manchin, who refused to end the filibuster.
Now, Biden is saying our democracy was “never good”? Was this just a gaffe, or his true thoughts?
It’s hard to tell. Biden once promised to unite both Republicans and Democrats. But he never did that.
It seems his idea of “unity” is expecting everyone to agree with him. Perhaps his idea of “democracy” is much the same.
Whatever the case may be, Americans need to demand answers about this. What does Biden really think about our democracy?
And what does he intend to do to protect it, come election time?
- Joe Biden said American democracy was “never good.”
- He said this during a Memorial Day event.
- Biden’s gaffe could be his real opinion on the country.
Source: The Western Journal