Joe Biden recently said to a crowd of Democrats at a DNC event that it’s not voting that’s important but who gets to count the vote.
This should raise a few eyebrows.
It’s a line that’s attributed to the communist dictator Josef Stalin, and millions of Americans believe this is one of the things that went wrong with the 2020 election. It’s not the sort of thing Biden should be comfortable saying out loud.
Biden Says the Quiet Part Out Loud About Election Legislation
President Biden made some eyebrow-raising remarks about voting rights during a Democratic National Committee event on Tuesday.
While speaking about his administration’s agenda, Biden blasted Republican opposition to voting rights legislation.
“The right to vote is under unrelenting assault by Republican governors, attorney generals, secretaries of state, state legislators. They’re following my predecessor deep into the abyss,” Biden told donors and party officials at a holiday fundraiser.
“The struggle is no longer just who gets to vote or make it easy for eligible people to vote. It’s about who gets to count the vote – whether your vote counts at all,” he continued.
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“It’s a sinister combination of voter suppression and election subversion,” the president added. “It’s un-American, it’s undemocratic, it’s unpatriotic and sadly, it is not unprecedented.”
Biden looks totally unhinged when he says this. Watch below:
Biden says the struggle is no longer about who gets to vote, it’s about “who gets to count the vote” pic.twitter.com/riZ0GFqsGf
— Jewish Deplorable (@TrumpJew2) December 15, 2021
It’s not even the first time Biden has said this…
The struggle for our democracy is no longer just about who gets to vote. It’s about who counts the votes—and whether they should count at all.
Jim Crow is alive and well in the 21st century.pic.twitter.com/ErmdUltVfa
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) October 23, 2021
To borrow one of the left’s favorite phrases from a few years ago, this is not normal.
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