GOP Fuming as Biden Paints Dems as Good, Republicans as Evil Ahead of Midterms

Key Republican Party figures have reacted with fury after less than a week ahead of the midterm elections.

President Joe “Multiple Crises” Biden portrayed the Democrat – GOP rivalry at the polls as a struggle between good and evil and “democracy vs. autocracy.”

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Speaking in an address from Washington’s Union Station on Wednesday, Empty Shelves Joe painted the November 8 election as a “decision” on where one stood on “democracy,” claiming the Democrat Party is America’s pro-democratic political force.

Casting the midterms as a struggle between “autocracy and democracy,” Biden hinted the GOP stood for “dark forces” who “thirst for power.”

Biden claimed that “lies” had been “told for power and profit,” about “conspiracy and malice” and those spurred a vicious “cycle of anger, hate, vitriol.”

Alluding that Democrats are standing up to those “dark forces,” Multiple Crises Joe declared “we the people” had to “decide” if the midterm elections would see a triumph of the rule of law and “principles,” which have “long guided” America.

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Joe Biden’s speech about how the Democrat Party stands for “democracy,” while the GOP epitomizes an evil “thirst for power,” immediately infuriated key Republican figures. They were quick to expose the lack of substance in the Democratic president’s allegations.

Republicans blasted Sleepy Joe for giving a “patronizing speech” designed to politically “divide” the nation further. This was slammed as a desperate attempt at distracting the public from his terrible performance as president of the United States.

“He is a tyrant,” tweeted an enraged Andy Biggs, the House of Representatives member for Arizona’s fifth congressional district.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who is the likely next Speaker of the House, lambasted Biden for seeking to “divide and deflect” – and for doing so at a time when the American people need to “unite.”

McCarthy dwelled on how Biden was unable to “talk about his policies” because those brought about spiking inflation, a higher cost of living, and Americans “aren’t buying it.”

Another prominent Republican, Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, took to Twitter to expose Biden’s understanding of “democracy,” which means “complete power” for the Democrat Party.

Representative from Tennessee Mark Green also blasted Empty Shelves Joe’s “divisive speech” by stressing that Biden wouldn’t succeed in distracting Americans “from the truth.”

GOP Senator Bill Hagerty of Tennesse declared Biden was simply completely “out of touch” with the American people.

Ronna McDaniel, the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, described Sleepy Joe’s address as nothing short of being “desperate and dishonest.”

She blasted him for making life in the United States “expensive for all” while, at the same time, “demonizing” and “smearing” Americans.

The RNC chief also emphasized both Biden and the Democrat Party “lost touch” with American families’ main concerns as households throughout the nation are “struggling to get by.”

This article appeared in The State Today and has been published here with permission.

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