Joe Biden’s presidency continues to sink to new lows.
His legislative agenda has hit the skids, and he’s getting reckless.
And this recent statement by Joe Biden was so offensive that even Democrat leaders lashed out at him.
West Virginia senator Joe Manchin drove a stake through the heart of Joe Biden’s absurd Build Back Better agenda.
Both Manchin and Arizona senator Kyrsten Sinema said they would not support the legislation, nor would they endorse killing the Senate filibuster.
The Democrats are desperate to get rid of the filibuster so they can pass voting reforms that would nationalize election laws and enshrine temporary measures like universal mail-in voting, a practice that even Democrats admitted was ripe for fraud prior to the 2020 election.
In order to scare Manchin and Sinema into killing the filibuster, Biden compared them to racist Democrats of the past like Jefferson Davis, Bull Connor, and George Wallace, someone whom Biden praised when he served in the Senate.
“Do you want to be on the side of Dr. King or George Wallace? Do you want to be on the side of John Lewis or Bull Connor? Do you want to be on the side of Abraham Lincoln or Jefferson Davis?”
— President Biden urges lawmakers to support voting rights legislation pic.twitter.com/cIpacwOFyq
— The Recount (@therecount) January 11, 2022
The rhetoric coming from Biden was so disgusting, even MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough called it out.
Now Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin is calling foul on Biden’s language.
During an interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper, Durbin admitted that Biden “went a little too far in his rhetoric.”
“Perhaps the President went a little too far in his rhetoric… But the fundamental principles and values at stake are very, very similar,” Sen. Dick Durbin says about Biden’s remarks on voting rights in which he referenced Jefferson Davis and Bull Connor. https://t.co/PQIos3OHA0 pic.twitter.com/UBwrSjFQwt
— The Lead CNN (@TheLeadCNN) January 12, 2022
Biden and the Democrats have gone wildly to the Left, and a lot of people are not eager to go along with them.