During a recent appearance in Arizona, Biden delivered a speech honoring John McCain.
Alas, as Biden administration was partly elected in the first place by professional protestors, it should come as no surprise that they pop up left and right, with zero qualms regarding either the venue or their behavior.
Even when the individual being shouted at is in the midst of delivering a speech honoring someone else.
“All of us are being asked right now: What will we do to maintain our democracy? Will we, as John wrote, never quit? Will we not hide from history, but make history? Will we put partisanship aside, and put country first? I say we must, and we will. We will. But it’s not easy, it’s not easy,” Biden remarked eloquently.
It certainly isn’t easy, especially with an administration that has deliberately fomented hard left divisive intent.
Including a protestor that cut in right after Biden’s remarks.
“Why have you yet to declare a climate emergency?” a protestor demanded.
“Why don’t you wait – hang on a second. I’ll be happy to meet you after I speak, OK?” Biden replied.
As the Dems typically don’t value back and forth dialogue, it’s little surprise the leftist kept on chattering, demanding to know why Biden hasn’t declared a national emergency over “climate change” another favorite fear tool of the globalists.
And that’s when Biden declared for the activist to “shush up.”
“I’ll tell you what – if you shush up, I’ll meet with you after this. OK?” Biden boomed.
Well then. Nothing like the President of the United States telling you to “shush up.”
Amazingly, the press didn’t jump all over Biden the way it surely would have jumped all over Trump for similar commentary.
In fact, that’s likely why Biden felt emboldened to repeat “shush up” in the first place, as it’s not the first time the president has done so to a reporter.
At an appearance in Hiroshima, Japan, earlier this year, Biden also barked at another reporter to “shush up,” which was not exactly welcome presidential behavior in Japan, as well as the type of behavior that the media would never shut up about if it were Trump griping at reporters instead.
Of course, Biden continues to blather on about democracy while silencing his critics.
“’Democracy never is easy – as we just demonstrated … The cause is worth giving our all for democracy. To make all things possible,” Biden added thoughtfully.
With respect, Mr. President, it seems that “giving our all” hasn’t seemed to be a very “equitable” venture to date under your administration.
Author: Ofelia Thornton