Americans Must Oppose 'Political Violence' And 'Voter Intimidation': Biden
Americans must unite in opposition to "political violence and voter intimidation," President Joe Biden said Wednesday as he warned of a rise in Republican extremism ahead of next week's midterm elections. "We must with an overwhelming voice stand against political violence and voter intimidation, period," Biden said in a televised speech in which he addressed an "alarming rise" in public figures condoning such acts. "We have to face this problem, we can't turn away from it," he said. "We can't pretend it's just going to solve itself."
Published 7 months ago · Washington, United States
Joe Biden implores voters to save U.S. democracy from lies, violence
Warning that democracy itself is in peril, U.S. President Joe Biden called on Americans Wednesday night to use their ballots in next week's midterm elections to stand up against lies, violence and dangerous 'ultra MAGA Republicans' who are trying to 'succeed where they failed' in subverting the 2020 elections.
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