During recent prepared remarks, President Joe Biden said the the ‘protests’ in the summer of 2020 unified people of every generation.
First of all, they were more like riots than protests. Secondly, the only people they united were the far left radicals doing the rioting. Most people were repulsed by the left’s behavior.
Parts of cities were burned or destroyed in other ways. Biden thinks this was unifying?
This transcript is directly from the White House:
You know, I know events remembering your loved ones, even though they’re meant with great reverence, are really hard. Everything is coming back as if it was — happened yesterday.
But in your own ways, you’ve each — each of you whose family has been victimized have summoned the courage to find purpose through your pain, to stir justice that’s been too long dormant, and to give hope while in need of hope yourself.
That’s why the executive order I’ll be signing today is so important, in my view. It’s a measure of what we can do together to heal the very soul of this nation; to address the profound fear and trauma, exhaustion that particularly Black Americans have experienced for generations; and to channel that private pain and public outrage into a rare mark of progress for years to come.
Two summers ago, in the middle of a pandemic, we saw protests across the nation the likes of which you hadn’t seen since the 1960s.
They unified people of every race and generation. Athletes and sports leagues boycotted and postponed games. Companies and workers proclaimed “Black Lives Matter.” Students staged solidarity walkouts.
Here’s the video:
BIDEN: "Two summers ago, in the middle of the pandemic, we saw protests across the nation the likes of which we hadn't seen since the 1960's. They unified people of every race and generation." pic.twitter.com/e79AJLSmJh
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) May 25, 2022
He really has lost his mind.
— bartleby (@ElderBartleby) May 25, 2022
It’s stunning that Biden would say this.