Speaking at a campaign stop in Pittsburgh after skipping right over Kenosha, Wisc., Biden flipped the script by tacking all responsibility for left-wing terrorism on Trump, whom he claims is "fanning the flames of division and encouraging chaos in our cities."
"Are you safe in Donald Trump's America?" is the Biden campaign's latest tactic to try to sway voters into picking Biden and Kamala rather than reelecting Trump.
"COVID runs unchecked throughout the country, killing thousands of Americans a week and turning our economy upside down. Parents around the country are struggling to send their kids to school safely. And Donald Trump continues to fan the flames of division and encourage chaos in our cities, rather than trying to calm tensions and heal this country," the Biden campaign added in a statement.
"On Monday, Joe Biden will offer a different vision for a better future in Joe Biden's America."
Biden has really been circling the wagon with this type of messaging, having asked the question in a tweet:
"Does anyone believe there will be less violence in America if Donald Trump is reelected?"
During this same campaign stop, Biden trailed off into a nonsensical diatribe, as he often does, about how Americans are not safe under Trump because of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which has "taken more than 100 ... look, the lives," according to Biden.
Since the plandemic began, Biden blabbed, more lives have been taken "than any other year for the past 100 years," whatever that is supposed to mean.
"Do you know what people are afraid of in America? Afraid they're going to get COVID," Biden went on to ramble.
"They're afraid they're going to get sick and die. And that is in no small part because of you," he added, speaking directly to Trump who was not present during Biden's speech.
Circling back around to the riots and looting, Biden tried to defend himself against claims that he is soft of left-wing looting by blabbering some nonsense about "white nationalists" and "white supremacists" coming with "right-wing militias" to foment unrest in places like Portland and Kenosha.
Responding to this, the Trump campaign asked a one-line "question of the day for Joe Biden" that reads:
"Which supporter of yours coddled violent mobs of your leftist voters beset: Mayor Jacob Frey of Minneapolis, Mayor Jenny Durkin of Seattle, or Mayor Ted Wheeler of Portland?"
Thus far, not a single Democrat, including Biden, has spoken out against the cold-blooded murder of Aaron "Jay" Danielson, who was gunned down by BLM and Antifa terrorists in Portland last weekend. There has likewise been no condemnation of the utterly hateful cheering by those on the left who are happy that Danielson was murdered.
"I am not sad that a f***ing fascist died tonight," yelled a female Antifa militant during a gathering in downtown Portland that took place after the murder.
Following her statement, the other BLMs and Antifas in attendance were heard laughing and cheering about Danielson's death. None of this was covered by a single mainstream media outlet, by the way.
Biden and Kamala are basically promising that the violence will only continue unless they get elected. To keep up with the latest news on this front, check out Chaos.news.
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