Biden’s Comments on Violence at Riots are Too Little, Too Late
From The Washington Examiner:
After three months of violence, vandalism, and arson in our biggest cities, all of it excused and encouraged by Democrats, we’re supposed to be impressed that the party’s presidential nominee released a statement calling it “unacceptable.”
The national media will no doubt declare the note, posted Sunday night on Biden’s campaign site, a display of true leadership — because nothing arouses them more than a statement with words like “unequivocally” and “condolences.”
But it’s far too late for Democrats to pretend that they didn’t overtly advocate for and make excuses for this horror show. They’ve only changed their tune now because street violence, chaos, death, and fiery destruction are not exactly political winners — who knew?! That doesn’t mean we should forget that right up until last week, they thought and said that it was fantastic.
Biden’s running mate, Kamala Harris, said back in June that “everyone beware” because the protests are “not going to let up, and they should not, and we should not.”