Let’s be 100% clear, President Joe Biden refused to mention former President Donald Trump’s name during his beloved January 6 speech because he’s afraid to.
Toward the beginning of Biden’s presidency, many people called out Biden because he had note cards with Trump talking points. After all, the Biden Administration wanted to blame everything on Trump.
Biden hasn’t let go of his staff telling him not to mention Trump, or Biden’s staff is refusing to acknowledge Trump because they know that if they say Trump, he’ll snap back at them, and they’ll be destroyed. Either way, the January 6 Capitol Riots are slowly being unveiled as faulty and not related to Trump at all.
Biden said, “They weren’t protesters. Don’t dare call them protesters. They were a riotous mob. Insurrectionists. Domestic terrorists. It’s that basic. It’s that simple.”
It’s not that simple. Not one of the January 6 Capitol Rioters has been charged with domestic terrorism. The multiple charges are a conspiracy against the United States and “corruptly obstructing, influencing, or impeding the official proceeding of certifying Electoral College votes, or attempting to do so.”
Nobody has been charged with sedition a year later.
When Trump said he was standing in the way of the people going after the citizens of the United States, he was right, and it’s being proven more and more.
When asked why he didn’t use Trump’s name, Biden said that it wasn’t about him and didn’t want to “turn it into a contemporary political battle between the president and me. It’s way beyond that.”
That means that Trump isn’t the target anymore. Because there’s no evidence against Trump, the January 6 Commission will go after Republicans who believe they can ban from running for office. It’s becoming more evident that things change at lower levels of government and the top levels are less critical. That’s exactly how it should be, and the system is working like it was created. Going after politicians unjustifiably and making a false narrative after the January 6 Capitol Riot isn’t the function of the U.S. government, but the federal government isn’t meant to control our lives.
What Biden did say is, “For the past four years, we’ve had a president who has made his contempt for our democracy, our constitution, and the rule of law clear in everything he has done.”
Wasn’t it the Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor that just said that she wasn’t sure “the states would have the power to enforce COVID-19 vaccine mandate, but the federal government wouldn’t?” Does she not understand the constitution? Isn’t that a statement of contempt for the constitution? Maybe the left has more contempt for the rule of law and constitutional rights than the right.