Two Key Biden Allies Not Sold on Voting Legislation Address

It looks like Joe Biden may have done more harm than good with his Georgia voting rights speech.

Joe Biden had hoped to rally the troops behind him, but that does not appear to be what happened here.

It was so bad, in fact, some of Biden’s biggest supporters are now calling Biden out for how horrible the speech was.

Sharpton and Durbin

Al Sharpton always gets the ear of a Democrat president.

He is pushing this legislation hard, but he thinks Joe Biden’s speech was utterly ridiculous and more shaming than anything else.

“Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough was also among the disappointed, stating, “Why did he do that? What was his point?

“I say this with love in my heart.

“He was virtue-signaling to activists who think it took him too long to get there.

“I think he may have overshot the mark.”

Sharpton then chimed in, adding, “Now, in this particular case, dealing with my friend and brother Joe, if he was trying to get votes, it was not the vote-getting speech … I’m a minister.

“Either you get up, and you try to persuade people of their sins and appeal to their better angels.

“But when they come to church, and they still have the jug of whiskey up under the pew, you say, you’re going to hell.

“I think he gave a ‘you’re going to hell’ speech.”

Senator Durbin (D-IL) also thought Biden went just a bit too far.

He stated, “Perhaps the president went a little too far in his rhetoric.”

They are not the reviews that Joe Biden had been hoping for, clearly.

What did you think of Joe Biden’s speech?

Do you think he went too far with the rhetoric?

Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

Sources: Breitbart & Fox News


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