I feel sorry for Joe Biden.  Sure he has a terrible voting record and there are many, many,  many accusations concerning him being a sexual predators.  However, at this point he seems to me to be so far gone that he is just embarrassing himself.  He is being run by a much of, what appear to be Marxist revolutionaries who literally HATE the United States.

these folks ‘running Biden’ do not have policy disagreements with you and I, they appear to want to end the US as we know it, and replace it with some neofeudalistic slave state. Don’t take my words for it …

Opinion| Rich Welsh| Former House  Speaker Newt Gingrich talked about the Democratic presumptive nominee Vice President Joe Biden’s lightning-fast speech on the Fourth of July, saying it “may be the most anti-American speech ever given by an American presidential candidate.”

Biden delivered a lightning-fast video address on Twitter from his home in Wilmington, Delaware.  It was designed to be fast because these days you never know what Biden’s is capable of saying that will continue to prove he’s not all there.

In his quick speech, Biden told Americans that the upcoming November election will offer us  “a chance to rip the roots of systemic racism out of this country,” implying the country itself was racist by design.

By comparison, Gingrich praised President Donald Trump’s speech at Mount Rushmore on Friday, declaring: “Donald Trump’s Mt. Rushmore speech just might win him the reelection.”

For some crazy reason, the Democrats are now blatantly trashing the United States, claiming it is something it’s not.  I know a lot of people believe the country was founded on slavery, and they believe slavery was due to racism.  I submit that though slavery was the darkest, most evil part of our history, it wasn’t based on racism.  Black Africans were sold as slaves by other black Africans.  Racism wasn’t the cause of slavery, rather, it was the result of it.

Biden starts his speech saying:

“Our country was founded on an idea, ‘We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal.” We’ve never lived up to it. Jefferson himself didn’t. He held slaves, women were excluded, but once proposed it was an idea that couldn’t be constrained. It survived the ravages of the Civil War, the dogs of Bull Connor, the assassination of Martin Luther King and more than 200 years of systemic racism, and just weeks ago the murder of George Floyd. Through it all, these words have gnawed at our conscience and pulled us towards justice.’”

Biden just described the Democratic Party, the part he is running in to become president.  The Civil War was to end the Democratic Party slavery.

Bull Connor served as Commissioner of Public Safety for the city of Birmingham, Alabama, and was vehemently against the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s.  He turned dogs and fire hoses on black Americans who were marching for their civil rights.

James Earl Ray murdered Dr. King, and he was a Democrat.  King advocated non-violent resistance, and he was murdered because a certain group of people didn’t want him reaching his goal, where men and women were judged not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.

The rest of his whopping 97 seconds speech went like this:

“American history is no fairy tale. It’s been a constant push and pull between two parts of our character, the idea that all men and women, all people are created equal, and the racism that has torn us apart. We have a chance now to give the marginalized, the demonized, the isolated, the oppressed a full share of the American dream. We have a chance to rip the roots of systemic racism out of this country. We have a chance to live up to the words that have founded this nation. This Independence Day let’s not just celebrate the words, let’s celebrate that promise and commit to work, the work that we must do to fulfill that promise. We remain locked in the battle for the soul of this nation but believe me, truly, it’s a battle we can and we will win if we act together. Happy Fourth.”


He’s right about a constant push and pull between two parts of our character, and I submit that America would have never had the need for a single civil rights act had it not been for the Democratic Party.  Think about that for a minute.  Every civil rights act was to remedy things the Democrats were doing.

But Biden left so much out of his speech, and he only focused on things that were horrible about our past.

He trashed Jefferson, our third president and the author of the Declaration of Independence, the document that started us on a journey to win the freedoms all Americans enjoy today.  Jefferson did own slaves, but he didn’t purchase them.  Here’s the part that Biden either skipped over, or he’s inherently ignorant about.  Jefferson inherited his slaves, and at first, he tried to free them, but Virginia law at that time didn’t allow it.  It was a very hard process to free a single slave, and nearly impossible to free numerous slaves in any considerable amount of time.  The first bill Jefferson ever proposed as an elected official to the Virginia House of Commons was to end the African slave trade.

America can give the marginalized, the demonized, the isolated, and the oppressed a full share of the American dream, but it starts when you walk away from the Democratic Party because that party has the full history of demonizing, isolating, and oppressing people they don’t like.  We’re seeing it even today.

Biden’s right about something else, but for reasons, he doesn’t understand.  We are in a battle for the soul of our nation.  We’re at a forced crossroads, pushed upon us by dark and evil forces from the Left.  Are we to go along with the Marxist ideal where we tear down every American institution and rebuild it as another Soviet Union or Venezuelan socialist utopian heaven on earth, both of which were government-controlled societies where the only egalitarianism is that government makes sure that all citizens are equally miserable?

Or are we going to continue down the path that President Donald Trump started us on where we renew our commitment to the people taking back their government and having government work for them instead of the other way around?  The president created the great egalitarian economy we’ve ever seen where black, Hispanic, Asian and women unemployment rates were at record and all-time lows.  Where our country’s soul considers America First and ideally greater than the socialistic globalism that put so many of us in jeopardy of losing our American dream?

We do have a choice in November.  Are we going to renew our pledge to strive to be a more perfect union where all people can succeed, or are we going to cave into the lies of the Left, the mistrust of the Democrats in power, the violence of ANTIFA and other Marxist rioters who wish to take down our history, and the get-evenism of progressives whose thirst for power always comes at the people’s expense?

Gingrich took to social media to give his own explanation of what he believes Biden’s speech conveys:

Rich Welsh

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