Joe Biden Criticizes Donald Trump On Increasing Police Violence
Joe Biden gave another campaign speech where he criticized his rival and current President Donald Trump due to the increase in violence by police. The Black Lives Protest gained more fuel when police fired on Jacob Blake paralyzing his lower body. Biden has criticized Trump for the violence taking place. He said, “This president long ago forfeited any moral leadership in this country. He can’t stop the violence – because for years he has fomented it.” The two are throwing dirt at each other with the elections nearing in.
Joe Biden Calls Donald Trump Weak
In a recent incident, it was the supporters of Donald Trump and the Republican party that instigated the violence. Joe Biden highlighted this point that Trump does not have it in him to stop the violence as his own supporters are creating a ruckus on the streets. He said, “He may believe mouthing the words ‘law and order’ makes him strong, but his failure to call on his own supporters to stop acting as an armed militia in this country shows you how weak he is.”
Joe Biden Lists The Failures Of Donald Trump
Joe Biden in his latest campaign speech pointed out how his rival has failed to live up to the expectation of his citizen. He pointed out everything from coronavirus to economic depression prevailing under the Trump rule. He said, “An incumbent president who makes things worse, not better. An incumbent president who sows chaos rather than providing order. An incumbent president who fails in the basic duty of the job. To advance the truths that all of us are born with a right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
Joe Biden Feels Donald Trump Encourages Violence To Feed His Political Career
Joe is of the opinion that everything is leading to the destruction of America. However, he feels Trump looks at this as an opportunity to give extra life to his political career. Moreover, he said, “I look at this violence and I see lives and communities and the dreams of small businesses being destroyed and the opportunity for real progress on the issues of race and police reform and justice being put to the test. Donald Trump looks at this violence and sees a political lifeline.”