Joe Biden is going to deliver a speech about “the soul of the nation” on Thursday night to a national audience.
He is expected to target and declare war against his political enemies in the speech.
Biden specifically is going to target those Americans who want to “Make America Great Again” and label them a domestic threat.
The regime will not tolerate dissent.
Enough is enough.
This looks to be a speech for the ages, right up their with Chavez, Castro, Stalin and Marx.
And, of course, the regime is billing this as a speech for the soul of the nation.
Good God help us!
Here are excerpts that were released today prior to his speech.
President Joe Biden on Thursday will speak in prime time about the “soul of the nation” as he ramps ups his political messaging ahead of the midterm elections this November.
Biden is set to make the remarks from outside Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia at 8 p.m. in what will be his second trip to the battleground state this week.
“For a long time, we’ve reassured ourselves that American democracy is guaranteed,” Biden will say, according to speech excerpts the White House released late Thursday afternoon. “But it is not. We have to defend it. Protect it. Stand up for it. Each and every one of us.”
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters Thursday’s speech would be in the same vein as his messages to the nation after the Charlottesville clash involving white nationalists and on the one-year anniversary of the Jan. 6 attack at the Capitol.
Biden has repeatedly cited Charlottesville as the moment he decided he was going to run for president. In a 2017 article for the Atlantic, Biden said the deadly event was indicative that the “giant forward steps we have taken in recent years on civil liberties and civil rights and human rights are being met by a ferocious pushback from the oldest and darkest forces in America.”
“You think about the battle continues, and so what the president believes, which is a reason to have this in prime time, is that there are an overwhelming amount of Americans, majority of Americans, who believe that we need to … save the core values of our country,” Jean-Pierre told ABC News Senior White House Correspondent Mary Bruce during Wednesday’s press briefing.
“The president thinks that there is an extremist threat to our democracy,” she said on Wednesday.
Jean-Pierre pointed to the Supreme Court’s decision striking down abortion rights — in which Justice Clarence Thomas called for the reconsideration of rulings involving same-sex marriage, contraception and other unenumerated rights — as evidence the rights of Americans are in jeopardy.
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Biden’s speech Thursday comes after a stop in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, earlier this week, where he went after ‘MAGA Republicans’ for their response to the Jan. 6 attack and the FBI search at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate.
“For God’s sake, whose side are you on? Whose side are you on?” a fired-up Biden pressed as he made the case for his administration’s plan for policing and crime prevention.
More criticisms of his Republican colleagues are likely in store, as Jean-Pierre said Biden views MAGA Republicans as the “most energized part of the Republican Party” and won’t be “shy” about speaking out.