This is Biden’s speech pushing his federalizing of elections “voting rights” bill.
I know where I stand. I will not yield. I will not flinch. I will defend the right to vote, our democracy against all enemies — foreign and, yes, domestic.
And the question is: Where will the institution of the United States Senate stand? Every senator — Democrat, Republican, and independent — will have to declare where they stand, not just for the moment, but for the ages.
Will you stand against voter suppression? Yes or no? That’s the question they’ll answer. Will you stand against election subversion? Yes or no? Will you stand for democracy? Yes or no?
And here’s one thing every senator and every American should remember: History has never been kind to those who have sided with voter suppression over voters’ rights. And it will be even less kind for those who side with election subversion.
So, I ask every elected official in America: How do you want to be remembered?
At consequential moments in history, they present a choice: Do you want to be the si- — on the side of Dr. King or George Wallace? Do you want to be on the side of John Lewis or Bull Connor? Do you want to be on the side of Abraham Lincoln or Jefferson Davis?
Biden states that not supporting his bill makes you a domestic enemy as a threat to democracy.
So much for unity and healing the nation…
Also, George Wallace, Bull Conner, and Jefferson Davis were Democrats, and Lincoln was a Republican.
I just want to know from the normies, they were butthurt when Trump called the lying media the enemy of the people. How do they feel about Biden calling half of Americans domestic enemies?