In his address, President Biden will “sound an alarm” about threats to democracy, meaning Donald Trump and his “Make America Great Again” supporters, as the pivotal midterm elections approach, an Associated Press story reported.
Diane Gramley, who leads the American Family Association of Pennsylvania, tells AFN it is appalling that Biden plans to appeal to American citizens in her own state at the historic Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were debated, written, and adopted.
“I think it's a disgrace that [Biden] chose Independence Hall because his policies are definitely against independence,” she says. “His policies are so big government – the exact opposite of what the Founding Fathers intended for this nation.”
Pennsylvania is also where a U.S. Senate race and a governor’s race are on the Nov. 8 ballot. So Biden appeared Tuesday at a campaign stop there where his own speech transcript at Wilkes University shows he lied and exaggerated about the Jan. 6 riot; gaslighted the Democrat audience about supporting police and denouncing mobs; and briefly mentioned the scourge of fentanyl, which is coming across the unprotected U.S.-Mexico border.
In the same speech, Biden vowed to ban “assault weapons” but insisted that plan is “not about taking away anybody’s guns," even though such a law would make millions of gun owners a criminal, and a felon, if they refused to turn them in.
Staying on the topic of firearms, he mocked “brave, right-wing Americans” who say the Second Amendment is about keeping the country independent and free.
“If you want to fight against a country, you need an F-15. You need something a little more than a gun,” he said, drawing laughter. “No, I’m not joking.”
Turning to the police officers standing behind him, Biden said those non-compliant Second Amendment supporters are threatening the lives of those police officers. “And who are they shooting at? They’re shooting at these guys behind me,” Biden audaciously said.
In the same campaign speech, Biden mixed up the Democrat candidates for U.S. Senate and for state governor, and he mixed up the opening words to the U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.
'Not about freedom or personal choice'
A Fox News story about President Biden’s primetime speech points out the same person who is calling his political enemies fascists urged Americans to “begin to listen to one another again, hear one another” in his inauguration speech.
Next week, Sept. 9, marks one year since President Biden described a “pandemic of the unvaccinated” that he said was caused by 80 million unvaccinated Americans who were to blame for the deaths of other Americans. Biden then threatened their jobs, and therefore their homes and livelihoods, if they refused to “do their part” and get the COVID-19 shot.
“This is not about freedom or personal choice,” said Biden, whose executive order was later overturned by a 6-3 U.S. Supreme Court ruling. The court prevented OSHA from implementing an “Emergency Temporary Standard” because the federal agency lacks the statutory authority to force private businesses to force a vaccine on employees.
In a statement after the ruling, Biden said the Supreme Court had blocked "common-sense life-saving requirements" and he urged private businesses to implement the requirement anyway.