George Wallace Or MLK; Biden Plays To Southern Blacks With Racist Tones Against Republicans

George Wallace Or MLK; Biden Plays To Southern Blacks With Racist Tones Against Republicans

On Tuesday, Democratic Vice President Joe Biden compared people who oppose Democratic Party initiatives on voting rights to the late segregationist George Wallace, claiming that they are similar to him.

During a rousing address at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Biden said:

 

Biden said the following: As a result, I question every political figure in the United States: How do you want to be remembered? The Consequential Moments in History give a decision point for people. Do you want to be on the side of Dr. [Martin Luther] King, Jr., or on the side of President George Wallace? Do you want to be on John Lewis’ or Bull Connor’s side of the debate? Do you want to be on the side of Abraham Lincoln or on the side of President Jefferson Davis?

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Biden also added: We must make a decision now, to safeguard our elections, and to defend our democratic process. And if you do, you will not be alone in your endeavors. This is due to the fact that the fight to defend voting rights has never been initiated by a single group.

Despite claiming to be a “institutionalist,” Biden reiterated his desire for the abolition of the Senate filibuster in a speech on Wednesday. Biden previously said that he was open to having carveouts made in order to enact voting rights legislation and potentially other legislation. In this address, he went even farther, arguing that the filibuster should be eliminated in whatever manner is necessary to enact voting legislation.

“Today, I’m making it clear that, in order to protect our democracy, I support changing the Senate rules, in whatever way they need to be changed, to prevent a minority of senators from blocking action on voting rights,” said Biden, completely reversing his once-held belief in the preservation of the filibuster in the institution where he served for nearly four decades. “I support changing the Senate rules, in whatever way they need to be changed, to prevent a minority of senators from blocking action.”

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