Biden links the attack on Paul Pelosi with conspiracies and “the lies” of Donald Trump
The President of the United States, Joe Biden, links the brutal aggression that this Friday suffered Paul Pelosi, the husband of the Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, with the conspiracies and “the lies” of the Republican Party about the alleged fraud of the 2020 elections.
10 days before the legislative elections on November 8, Pelosi was attacked with a hammer at his home in the city of San Francisco. Regarding the attack, Biden has affirmed that it is a “despicable” fact and that in the United States “there is “too much” violence, hatred, and virulence, affirmed the president this Friday night at a campaign rally in Pennsylvania.
“Too much violence, hatred, and virulence”
Biden has confirmed that the suspect in attacking Pelosi sang a sloganIt was used during the storming of the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021, federal agents have told the president. “The chant was, 'Where's Nancy? Where's Nancy? Where's Nancy?'”
“What makes us think that a party can speak of 'stolen elections', that 'covid is a hoax', and that 'all this It's a lot of lies' without affecting people who may not be so well balanced? what? What makes us think that it is not going to corrode the political climate?” Biden snapped, while imploring that “Enough is enough!”.
In this line, Biden he called for “every person of good conscience” to “clearly and unambiguously” oppose violence in politics, regardless of their politics. “All of us! All of us together, as Americans,” he added.
“Knowing Paul, Nancy and the families as I know them, they are tough as they seem. But we are praying for him. We are optimistic for his full recovery,” said the White House tenant.
“The most important elections of our lives”
As part of his campaign for the mid-term elections, which will take place on November 8, the president of the United States stressed ; The population of Pennsylvania, a key state in the elections, explained to the population the reasons for voting for the Democratic Party.
“If we keep control of Congress and the government, we can turn 180 degrees. If we do those two things, we can turn Congress around. Pennsylvania will be a better place and so will the United States,” he predicted. ; Biden.
“That's why we're all here. There are 10 days until the biggest midterm election of our lifetimes. And that's not hyperbole. It's going to shape what this country is going to look like.” “That's for the next decade or more. It's not a joke,” he remarked.
A choice of “two very different” visions” of America
< For this reason, he has urged US citizens not to take these elections as a approval referendum for the Government, but rather as a real choice between “two very different visions of the United States.” United”.
Nevertheless, Biden defended his administration. He assured that he is trying to build an “economy from the bottom up” that rewards work and “not only” wealth, as well as an economy that “works for everyone, so that the poor have a ladder up “.
“It is a fundamental change that is Compared to the trickle-down economics that MAGA (an acronym for former President Donald Trump's catchphrase 'Make America Great Again') Republicans offer these days.