Unlike those who live in the real world, the Biden administration has announced that Joe Biden will be doing a repeat performance of his disastrous ‘Dark Brandon’ speech, which he gave in Philadelphia in September.
Even though the speech was perceived as dark, and divisive, and has been blamed for the Democratic candidate’s national collapse in the polls, the president’s handlers will have him repeat the attacks on the MAGA supporters, etc.
— Olivier Knox (@OKnox) November 2, 2022
Biden will speak at 7 p.m. EDT, at a DNC fundraiser in Washington, D.C. Wednesday evening on the “threat of election deniers” and political violence, according to an announcement by the Democrats and comments by White House officials.
The location of the speech was chosen to remind voters of the January 6 riot, Biden advisor Anita Dunn told Axios Wednesday morning.
The speech is a surprise addition to Biden’s schedule, hinting at desperation to try to turn back the likely red wave of Republican victories in next week’s midterm elections.
“The president will address the threat of election deniers and those who seek to undermine faith in voting and democracy; and the stakes for our democracy in next week’s election,”
JUST IN: President Biden is going to speak tonight from Union Station about election deniers and 'preserving and protecting our democracy' as Election Day approaches. pic.twitter.com/w7ASUA2WiR
— Scott Thuman (@ScottThuman) November 2, 2022
Senior White House advisors previewed the speech at an Axios forum Wednesday morning.
“You can expect to hear from him this evening … there is a lot at stake including democracy and that everyone has a role in that,” said White House Deputy Chief of Staff and Assistant to the President Jen O’Malley Dillon during an Axios News Shapers event on Wednesday.
“The other thing that will be really important … people will be able to vote…democracy works to make sure every vote is counted.”
The big picture: White House Senior Advisor and Assistant to President Anita Dunn said that the setting of Capitol Hill is important.
“Because on January 6th we saw violence geared towards subverting democratic processes there.”
“It is an appropriate place to make these remarks tonight,” she said.
“The threat of political violence … it’s something that unites almost all Americans and something we can all be united against,” Dunn said.
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