Right now, all the news out today on Joe Biden is about how he totally flubbed his response to the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio over the weekend.
While speaking to donors at a fundraiser in San Diego on Sunday night, Biden referred to the shootings as “the tragic events in Houston today and also in Michigan the day before.”
Biden apparently confused Houston for El Paso and Michigan for Ohio.
Well, we all make mistakes.
Except the latest news out from the Biden team today doesn’t sound like another mistake. It sounds like a threat.
And America is the target.
From The Hill:
Former Vice President Joe Biden said on Monday that the U.S. will not be able to unite against hatred until President Trump leaves office.
“Let’s be very clear. You use the office of the presidency to encourage and embolden white supremacy. You use words like ‘infestation’ and ‘invasion’ to talk about human beings,” 2020 contender Biden said in a tweet. “We won’t truly speak with one voice against hatred until your voice is no longer in the White House.”
Let's be very clear. You use the office of the presidency to encourage and embolden white supremacy. You use words like "infestation" and "invasion" to talk about human beings. We won't truly speak with one voice against hatred until your voice is no longer in the White House. https://t.co/CW3wxxTm2E
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) August 5, 2019
Trump addressed the nation from the White House on Monday, calling on Americans to condemn white supremacy after the alleged gunman in El Paso was believed to have written an anti-immigrant manifesto. READ MORE At The Federalist Papers
Update: There continue to be more and more shootings since Biden made this … “statement.”
As soon as a mass shooting occurs the Dems all have their talking points and legislation ready to push and waste n0 time in doing so … correlation does not equal causation but it sure it interesting …. is it not?