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Biden Uses ‘Juneteenth’ To Claim That Voting Rights Are Under Attack

Ashley Jarrett

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With Democrats mounting a ferocious push to pass legislation that would lay the groundwork for the party to remain in power permanently, Joe Biden has joined the effort with more lies about the suppression of black voting rights.

Fresh off of his European trip where he stumbled through the G7 conference and then was dog-walked by the crafty Vladimir Putin, Biden returned to the White House where he basked in the triumphant glow of legislation making Juneteenth into a federal holiday, just in time for government workers to get an extended three day weekend.

Surrounded by beaming members of the Congressional Black Caucus including kingmaker Rep. James Clyburn, good old Joe from Scranton officially signed the bill into law and transitioned from mucking up U.S. foreign policy into his more comfortable role as race-baiter in chief.

“This day doesn’t just celebrate the past; it calls for action today,” said Biden, throwing his weight behind the “For The People Act” which is currently stalled in the Senate.

This Democrat election rigging bill would strip states of the ability to run their own elections and institutionalize the “emergency” measures like mail-in voting that were exploited by Democrats in the 2020 election.

This has been marketed under the false pretense of “voting rights” with critics being accused of being racists and white supremacists, a despicable practice that has been normalized by a party that seeks to seize and hold power by any means necessary.

Biden has repeatedly and dishonestly referred to election integrity laws passed by states in the aftermath of November’s debacle as “Jim Crow” voting laws, a blatant falsehood much as was the very fine people “on both sides” hoax that he based his presidential campaign on.

In remarks that must have greatly pleased his former boss, “racial arsonist” Barack Obama, Biden said: “Folks, the promise of equality is not going to be fulfilled until we become real — it becomes real in our schools and on our Main Streets and in our neighborhoods — our healthcare system and ensuring that equity is at the heart of our fight against the pandemic; in the water that comes out of our faucets and the air that we breathe in our communities; in our justice system — so that we can fulfill the promise of America for all people. All of our people.” 

He continued “And it’s not going to be fulfilled so long as the sacred right to vote remains under attack.” Biden added, “We see this assault from restrictive laws, threats of intimidation, voter purges, and more — an assault that offends the very democracy — our very democracy.”

Biden added; “we must understand that Juneteenth represents not only the commemoration of the end of slavery in America more than 150 years ago, but the ongoing work to have to bring true equity and racial justice into American society, which we can do.” 

He also used the occasion to make a push for his 70 percent vaccination goal and a weekend of action; “…across the country this weekend, including here in Washington, people will be canvassing and hosting events in their communities, going door-to-door, encouraging vaccinations.” He said, taking advantage of the long weekend to urge vaccine-hesitant blacks to roll up their sleeves and take one for the team.

With Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer now prepared to stuff the upcoming budget with the more controversial Green New Deal portions of Biden’s “infrastructure” package in order to pass it without Republican support using reconciliation, the election rigging legislation will now move to center stage.

Expect Biden and the Democrats to play every race card in the deck to shame Senate Republicans into submission and peel off the RINOs led by virtue-signaling Mitt Romney to get it passed.



Formerly an online tech and science reporter at The Sun Online, Ashley stepped up to the mantle of technology reporter at the Daily Telegraph late last year. She writes about everything from drones, web security and cryptocurrency to social media apps, like Facebook and Spotify, and technology brands including Apple and Toshiba.

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