Biden called Trump’s rage tweets on Sunday irresponsible and self-serving. “He’s stoking violence in our cities. He can’t stop the violence because for years he’s fomented it.”
The trouble on the streets that Trump claims will be part of the Biden administration overlooks one key fact: It is happening now, in his presidency, and he can’t control it.
When police thank right-wing wannabe militia members and give them fist-bumps while Trump calls them “great patriots,” they encourage the violence that leaves people dead on the streets.
He praised the 17-year-old charged with murdering two in Kenosha and urged on his violent supporters in Portland, calling them “great patriots.”
Shootings and other violence now threatens too many cities in America.
America needed a president who understood the anger that fed unrest around the country, but he turned to tweets to inflame the passions that brought more violence. He encouraged more violence with anger, racism, and division.
The latest domestic terrorism that left 11 dead at a Pittsburgh synagogue this weekend capped another round of violence and partisan anger that is ripping
President Donald Trump urged evangelical leaders this week to get out the vote ahead of the upcoming midterm elections and warned of “violence” by opponents