President Joe Biden on Thursday delivered remarks honoring the late Senator John McCain at the Tempe Center for The Arts in Tempe, Arizona. He also laughably focused his speech on the ‘state of democracy.’
At one point radical far-left climate protesters crashed the show and interrupted Biden’s speech. The protestors were screaming about “declaring a climate emergency.”
“Why have you yet to declare a climate emergency?” The protestor shouted. “Hundreds of Arizonans have died! Hundreds of Arizonians have died!”
Biden was a confused rambling mess throughout his speech.
“We were founded on an idea… that we are all created equal, endowed by our — in the image of God — endowed by our creator to be able to be treated equal throughout our lives!” Biden said.
“From the speech I made at Gettysburg in an Inaugural address to the anniversary of June 6 insurrection – um the January 6 insurrection,” he said.
Biden forgot when he had a NATO meeting.
“In Europe, the NATO meeting, I sat down, it was in Feb, Feb— no, January, after we’d been elected. Late January, Uh, early February,” he said.
After his speech full of lies, Biden shuffled away off stage.
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Biden said during the speech in Arizona that Trump holds the dangerous view that presidents possess fearsome, unchecked powers, a position at odds with the constitutional norms meant to prevent unilateral rule. Though he seldom mentions Trump by name, Biden quoted something his predecessor said in 2019 when he was speaking to a conservative student group.
“Then I have an Article II, where I have the right to do whatever I want as president,” Trump said at the time. “But I don’t even talk about that.” Article II spells out the powers and duties of the presidency.
Biden, speaking at an event honoring the late Sen. John McCain of Arizona, said: “I’ve never even heard a president say that in jest. Not guided by the Constitution or by common service and decency toward our fellow Americans, but by vengeance and vindictiveness.”
The speech was weeks in the planning, and Biden worked on it aboard Air Force One as he flew to Arizona, a senior White House official said. His remarks preview how he will navigate a tricky set of parameters that limit how frankly he can talk about Trump.
Trump, a heavy favorite to win the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, faces federal and state indictments accusing him of using various levers of power to try to overturn his loss in the 2020 election. In every case, he has denied any wrongdoing.