https://hannity.com/media-room/what-delusion-looks-like-biden-blasted-for-despicable-speech-on-threat-to-democracy/

If Joe Biden wants to unite the country so much, how come he keeps driving Americans apart?

President Biden is facing backlash for his Wednesday night speech in which he warned midterm voters of the threats to democracy ahead of election day, Fox News is reporting; it was another night of finger-pointing at his political opponents.

From Fox News:

Biden claimed, “Recent polls have shown that an overwhelming majority of Americans believe our democracy is at risk, that our democracy is under threat. They, too, see that democracy is on the ballot this year, and they’re deeply concerned about it.”

He also claimed that MAGA extremists were looking “suppress the right of voters and subvert the electoral system itself. That means denying your right to vote and deciding whether your vote even counts.”

Biden declared, “They’ve emboldened violence and intimidation of voters and election officials.” He also said, “We don’t settle our differences in America with a riot, a mob, or a bullet, or a hammer, we settle them peaceably at the battle – ballot box.”

Conservative radio host Buck Sexton described the speech, saying, “While it lacked some of the ‘7th circle of hell’ vibes from his August speech, you could argue that, given the timing and messaging, that was the most bizarre, tone-deaf, vicious, delusional speech of Biden’s presidency. Which is saying a lot”

Former Republican Congressman David Giglio tweeted, “This is literally what delusion looks and sounds like.”

Townhall.com political editor Guy Benson blasted Biden’s hypocrisy, reminding his followers that Biden “Endorsed an election denier in Georgia and smeared the state’s election reforms as worse than Jim Crow. Take a seat.”

In response to Biden’s claim that “Democracy is on the ballot this year,” Townhall.com senior editor Matt Vespa wrote, “No, it’s not. It’s the economy and if you were fully functional, you’d know that by now.”

Conservative pundit Lou Dobbs shared the story on Twitter, saying “What a venal, stupid speech, a boost to the Republican margin of victory!”

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