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Biden, in Pennsylvania, advertise gun control and strikes against Republicans


WILKS-BARRE, PA — President Biden on tuesday pushed for ban on assault weapons under heavy criticism of Republicans who defend January 6, 2021, attack on The US Capitol, continuing its recent model of flagellation of Republican Party leaders in promote of midterm elections.

Two days before he is due to give an important speech. on in fight for democracy, Biden attacked “MAGA Republicans” in Congress who refused to condemn the uprising. He took aim at a Republican senator who Recently predicted an outbreak of violence if former President Donald Trump faces criminal charges and denounces recent threats and violence against The FBI, as this agency is investigating documents seized from the Trump residence.

“Let me say this to my Republican friends at MAGA. in Congress,” Biden said. “Don’t tell me that you support law enforcement, if you won’t condemn what happened on January 6th. I can’t do it. For God’s sake, whose side you on?

The president also slammed the recent comment from Senator Lindsey O. Graham (RS.C.) that there will be “riots in in streetif federal prosecutors blame trump for classified government documents for his home after leaving office.

“I don’t expect politics to be a cake. …,” Biden said. “But the idea that you turn on TV and watch senior Senators and congressmen say, “If this and that happens, there will be blood.” in in street’? Where the hell are we?

There will be riots in in street’if Trump is held accountable, Graham says

Biden’s comments came days after event in Rockville, Maryland, where he took so many of Republican Party turns to “semi-fascism.” Together with Tuesday’s remarks and his upcoming speech, shift in Biden’s rhetoric does it clear he hopes to deliver a medium-term message that the Republican Party is leaning more towards authoritarian tendencies.

Republican leaders respond that Biden is making reckless accusations in an attempt to divert the attention of voters from the constant inflation and liberal politics of the Democrats. “Agenda of Biden Democrats left Communities in Pennsylvania are less safe, which is why Pennsylvanians will vote for a new direction in November,” said Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel.

Tuesday Biden also criticized Republican calls to “protect the FBI” in light of in bureau’s search of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, saying he opposes “cutting off FBI funding” as opposed to cutting off funding for the police. “Sickening to see new attacks on FBI, threatening lives of law enforcement officers and their families for just carrying out law and do your job,” he said.

The inspired address was first of Three Biden visits in in next week to Pennsylvania, where the Democrats face decisive races for governor and the US Senate. Biden plans deliver it prime-temporary address in Philadelphia on Thursday and visit to Pittsburgh on Monday to celebrate Labor Day.

In his speech on Thursday, Biden is expected to prove that US democracy is at a dangerous juncture and that the freedoms of citizens are under threat. attack. This address was in work for weeks, according to a person familiar with in plans who spoke on condition of anonymity for discussion private conversations. White House officials planned the speech as part of of Biden’s broader argument ahead of intermediate deadlines.

But on Thursday he’ll choose a different tactic than he did in his fiery address in Maryland last a week. While it’s event was campaign rally, Thursday’s speech will be closer to the grand presidential address.

The tone is expected to be similar to Biden’s speech at the US Capitol. on in first Anniversary of January 6 uprising, the man said. In that conversation, Biden accused “former the president” of undermining American democracy and spreading ” web of lies about the 2020 elections.”

Biden’s advisers came to the conclusion that his words resonate more wide when more explicit in his criticism of Trump. Biden is expected call out Trump directly Thursday, but aides say it’s unlikely he’ll name specific Republican congressional candidates. who repeated former presidential false speaking points about the 2020 elections.

The consultants cautioned that the speech was still being finalized and subject to change, but stated that the goal was a sober, straightforward assessment. of threats to election integrity and rule of law.

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Political battles over Electoral integrity is likely to come under closer scrutiny this fall in in lead-up to the midterm elections, where control of Congress up for captures. Democrats are especially eyeing Pennsylvania, where Lieutenant Gov. John Fetterman (D) is vying for U.S. Senate seat vacated by Republican Patrick J. Toomey and where Doug Mastriano, Republican nominee for governor, accepted lies about the 2020 election.

Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D) who it works against Mastriano appeared with Biden on tuesday to advertise it work as the state’s top law enforcement official. mourning national a lack of of police officers, Shapiro called on Pennsylvania officials will fund at least 2,000 people new law enforcement positions in the swing state.

“We know that the police is a noble profession and we know we need stand with law enforcement,” he said.

Biden urged the audience support Shapiro, whom he called “champion for in rule of law”, and Fetterman, who he said it’s a powerful voice for working people”.

Throughout his speech, Biden emphasized that support for additional funding for law enforcement, part of attempt to respond to criticism of the Republican Party of calls by some activists to “protect the police”. Biden’s Plan for a Safer America combat crime includes hiring 100,000 new officers throughout the country.

public trust in the police are exhausted, Biden said, a gap that threatens the people safety. Without this, no sacrifice call for help,” he said. “Witnesses are not step forward. The crimes remain unsolved.”

In a moment to thunderous applause, Biden called for a national ban on assault weapon. He cited the 1994 assault weapons ban, which he pushed through the Senate and which Congress did not pass. in 2004. Mass executions declined while the law was in effectBiden said.

Biden said he owns two shotguns and doesn’t mind gun property, but added what is not good reason for civilians to have assault weapons.

“My dad loved to hunt in Pocono when we lived in Scranton,” Biden said. “How many deer wearing Kevlar vests, huh?

He also remembered visiting Uvalde, Texas after a gunman killed 19 students and two elementary school teachers. in May. He said something parents had to provide their DNA to identify them children because the Daniel Defense DDM4 rifle the shooter was using cut several of bodies unrecognizable.

“DNA to say ‘This is mine babyBiden said, raising his head. voice. “What the hell happened with us?

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