Biden is waging a war against “MAGA Republicans,” calling them a threat to the United States for denying 2020 presidential election results.
While the president claims he is afraid election deniers can end up occupying Congress after winning the midterm elections, his own close aides consistently denied election results previously.
Conservative Journalist Exposed Jean-Pierre’s Hypocrisy
Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy slammed White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre over her previous tweets, which suggested the 2016 presidential election was rigged.
Many Democrats publicly asserted the 2016 presidential elections were stolen from them. So, Doocy asked Jean-Pierre why Democrats were crying in 2016 when they believed elections could not be stolen in the United States.
On this, Jean-Pierre responded she does not want to discuss the stories of the past, as the president is also focused on bringing Americans close to each other in the present.
Doocy specifically asked the press secretary why she denounced the 2016 presidential elections and 2018 Georgia gubernatorial elections. Responding to this, Jean-Pierre stated comparing her tweets with Trump’s election fraud narrative is “ridiculous.”
Doocy asked if denouncing elections in 2020 is extreme and dangerous to democracy, why was this not dangerous when Jean-Pierre herself tweeted about voter fraud in 2016?
According to Jean-Pierre, she was only talking about election rigging through voter suppression, which is mostly promoted by the GOP.
When Doocy kept on asking questions from Jean-Pierre, she ended up accepting Trump won the 2016 elections and Republican Governor Brian Kemp won the gubernatorial race in Georgia in 2018.
Jean-Pierre expressed Biden is criticizing MAGA Republicans since all of them support the January 6 riots on Capitol Hill, which were orchestrated by former President Trump.
As people died on January 6, Biden will keep on lashing out the far-right ideology, Jean-Pierre added before stopping Doocy to ask further questions.
Karine Jean-Pierre: "Election deniers are a threat to democracy & are all insurrectionists"
Peter Doocy: "You tweeted in 2016 that Trump stole the election."
KJP: *panic, sweating* "…um…thats different, ok?" pic.twitter.com/D6eORKnv4g
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) September 6, 2022
Far-Left Vandalizing GOP Properties After Biden’s MAGA Remarks
Biden’s repeated attempt to spread hatred against the Republican Party is also mobilizing far-left radical elements against conservatives.
When Biden accused the GOP of promoting semi-fascism in the United States, some unknown individuals in Seminole County, Florida vandalized a GOP office with derogatory remarks, including “Eat sh** fascists.”
The Seminole County GOP office was vandalized overnight. The criminals echoed Biden’s “fascists” slander.
There is no place for violence in our political discourse, and the GOP will not be intimidated. pic.twitter.com/fmiiMVmi0t
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) August 29, 2022
Political observers believe this is the lowest level to which any incumbent president has ever fallen against his own people. Conservative political analysts claim Democrats are not consistent in their efforts to criticize election deniers.
If denying elections is an extreme event and can be labeled as fascism, many Democrats did the same thing after losing previous elections against Republicans. This goes back years, even before Jean-Pierre cast doubts on the 2018 governor’s race in Georgia.
Both Biden and Kamala Harris labeled the previous elections as fraud. Likewise, Jamie Raskin, who was the lead impeachment manager against Trump, denied the results of the 2000 and 2016 presidential elections.
This article appeared in The State Today and has been published here with permission.