White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Tuesday said Joe Biden stands by everything he said when he labeled millions of Americans “domestic enemies.”
Joe Biden delivered a divisive speech in Atlanta last week where he called millions of Americans who disagree with his federal takeover of elections, “domestic enemies.”
The ‘voting rights’ bill will eliminate voter ID, legalize ballot harvesting and force taxpayers to pay for campaigns.
Anyone who opposes this radical, federal takeover of elections that makes it easier for Democrats to cheat is a “domestic enemy.”
“The President delivered a powerful speech about the protection of people’s fundamental rights in this country, which is their right to vote, their right to vote for anyone they choose, whether it is him or someone else. It was not a partisan speech…and he stands by everything he said in that speech,” Psaki said.
Psaki on Biden's Georgia speech on voting: "[T]he President delivered a powerful speech about the protection of people's fundamental rights in this country, which is their right to vote…It was not a partisan speech…He stands by everything he said in that speech." pic.twitter.com/hQiUKIvpSe
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