Biden 2005: Nuclear Option on Filibuster ‘Arrogance of power’

I have stated many times that Joe Biden now supporting ending the filibuster goes against something he has stood by his entire career.

Biden has flip-flopped on plenty of issues over the last year, but this one is probably the most dangerous.

How dangerous? Well, all we need to do is listen to the ghost of Joe Biden past.

Things Change…

To this point, Joe Biden has never supported breaking the filibuster.

He regularly took this stance whenever breaking the filibuster was brought up, including when his own party was the party considering the option.

Don’t listen to me, though, because you can hear the words right from Joe Biden when he still had a functioning brain…

Now, what I would really like you to do is compare those words to the speech that Joe Biden gave today to memorialize January 6.

Biden talked about dangers to our Democracy and abuse of power.

Yet, here he is today, supporting the breaking of the filibuster so Democrats can get legislation passed through.

Now, if that is not the definition of a power grab, I have no idea what is.

The funny thing is, if we go back and look at old Biden videos from his many Senate floor speeches, the 2022 version of Joe Biden goes against just about every stance the old Joe Biden took.

From immigration to crime to abortion to the filibuster, Joe Biden has flipped, and not just a little.

He has gone from a moderate to an uber-progressive all in the name of power, everything he warned against in that 2005 speech.

The biggest threat to our Democracy today… Joe Biden and his puppet regime.

Do you think Democrats will be able to break the filibuster to pass their voting reform legislation?

Tell us what you think in the comments section below.


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