WASHINGTON. President Joe Biden expected to blame Republicans of supporting extreme ideology that threatens democracy during rare prime-time marks Thursday when it steps up attacks on conservatives ahead of midterm elections.
Performance at 8:00 pm ET from Independence National Historical Park. in Philadelphia will focus on “battle for soul of nation,” the White House said, a line Biden using since 2017 for opposition rally former President Donald Trump and the Make America Great Again movement.
“MAGA forces are determined to push this country back. Back to America, where there is no choice, no right to privacy, no right to contraceptives, no right to marriage. who you love.” – Biden plans say in snippets of speech published by the White House.
“For a long time we convinced ourselves that American democracy was guaranteed. But it’s not. We must protect her. Protect. up for It. Each one of us”Biden plans to tell.
In Speech Preview senior administration official said the president will speak out against “a movement that does not recognize free and fair elections, a movement that increasingly speaks of violence in response to actions they are not like or disagree with what is not way democracies behave.” official added although this “is not about this or that political figure and not even about this or that party”.
However, the Republicans are planning their own cue. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, California give pre-battle Thursday from Biden’s hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania, on president’s attack on soul of nation.”
While the Biden administration is posting these remarks as official white house event campaign event it comes when the president steps up efforts to help democrats hang on to control of Congress with by-elections just over after two months.
Biden compared the Republicans who embraced the MAGA philosophy central to the Trump presidency to “semi-fascism” during fundraising for democrats last a week.
During speeches earlier this week also in Pennsylvania, Biden blamed the Republicans of not supporting of law enforcement and rule of law for their attacks on FBI after search of Mar-a-Lago, their calls not to fund the FBI and the unwillingness of some in in party to condemn the 6 January rioters.
“What does the president believe in, what is reason have it in prime time is that there is an overwhelming number of Americans, majority of americans, who believe that we need to continue we need preserve core values of our country,” White House Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said on Wednesday. “What he’s not going to do is dodge the call out the extremism he sees, these MAGA Republicans.”
In a statement Thursday, Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel accused Biden and Democrats of of pit the Americans against each other.
“Joe Biden shares the in-chief and personifies current state of Democratic Party: one of disunity, disgust and hostility towards half countries,” McDaniel said.