The Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Biden routine continued this week as the president simultaneously tried to claim he wasn't accusing Trump supporters of domestic terrorism and called MAGA Republicans a threat to democracy in subsequent speeches in swing election states.
The day after Biden said MAGA Republicans were a threat, he said he didn't consider Trump supporters a threat. Then on Monday, he said in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin that MAGA Republicans are a threat.
Make up your mind, Mr. President. You think you can talk out of both sides of your mouth, but you really can't get away with it.
Then his mouthpiece, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, tried to explain what Biden meant in the speech. She said, “When you are supporting an authoritarian figure, as we have seen, who is leading, currently leading, the former president, you know, and um saying and inciting the violence that you are or wanting to take our freedoms, you know we need to say something."
The administration has made it clear which side of Biden's mouth is speaking the truth, and to be honest, it sounds a little bit like Republicans are not the ones with fascist tendencies here.
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