President Joe Biden made an attempt to persuade American voters in a televised speech last week that voting for Republicans would be comparable to supporting the overthrow of democracy, or words to that effect. His message was about as obvious as mud.
It’s not only me who notices it. Recent polls have revealed that a vast majority of Americans think our democracy is in danger or on the verge of collapse. According to the White House transcript, “They too recognize that democracy is on the ballot this year, and they’re deeply concerned about it.
Herschel Walker, a Republican running for the Georgia Senate, turned the tables on the president by saying that President Biden is the only person who truly poses a threat to democracy in a recent interview with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News.
“When you have a president talking about the biggest threat to democracy, it [seems to be] electing a Republican. But I want everyone that is listening to me, the biggest threat to democracy is to have him at the White House,” Walker remarked.
Walker was alluding to the rhetoric and epithets employed by the Biden administration and leading Democrats to persuade Americans that “MAGA Republicans,” also known as “election deniers,” represent an existential threat to the system of government in the United States.
The former football great cited instances where Democrats erred in judgment when it came to the state of the American economy. He gave the Democratic Sen. Ralphael Warnock’s vote against the Keystone XL proposed pipeline as one illustration.
Warnock’s opposition to the pipeline project, according to Walker “put us in an international threat, I think right now that’s a threat, it’s a security threat, going to our enemies to ask for energy, that’s a threat, that’s the biggest threat to democracy.”
He continued, “The biggest threat to democracy is to have the people, the Democrats right now leading this country, because they seem to be taking this country in the wrong direction, and I think Americans see that and know that.”
As Walker said, it is simple to make the case that Biden’s White House, and the policies and choices it has made in the last two years that have led this great nation so far off the tracks of success and prosperity, are the real threat to democracy in this country.
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With record-high inflation that could worsen before it gets better, energy crises ranging from diesel shortages to high gas prices, a wide-open southern border, out-of-control crime, and grocery bills that feel like they’re at least double what they were under former President Donald Trump, it’s evident that much of the blame can be placed on the decisions made by Biden and Democratic leadership.
Walker’s argument echoed his previous statements with Fox News host Jesse Watters last Thursday, Breitbart reported.
“The biggest threat in democracy is with Senator Warnock and Joe Biden with this high inflation. And that’s a threat to democracy right there. The biggest threat to democracy is the crime that they’ve let come on the streets. And all this has happened in less than two years that they’ve been in, at the White House. And I think that is sad. I think it’s a shame. That’s one reason I decided to run because it’s time for a change, doesn’t seem that they care about this country.” CONTINUE READING…