Biden Set for Prime Time Speech, Possibly to Influence Midterm Elections

Nothing that occurs in Washington DC does so by accident, and especially not in the Biden White House, where the President needs to be coddled and handled in an extreme and well-prepared manner.

And that’s why, as the nation continues to find itself divided down political lines, and the unprecedented risk of a former President coming under indictment looms large, Biden is set to take the stage in a vaguely ominous prime time speech about “the soul” of this nation.

President Joe Biden plans to deliver a prime-time speech this week about how America’s “rights and freedoms are still under attack,” returning to the core message of his 2020 campaign as Americans are getting ready to vote in the November midterm elections.

A White House official said Thursday’s address at Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia would focus on “the continued battle for the soul of the nation” and show how the president sees the central argument of his 2020 candidacy remains as salient as ever with the midterm elections coming into clearer focus.

The president will lay out how America’s standing in the world and its democracy are at stake, the official said. Biden will highlight what he sees as progress over the past two years to protect our democracy, but note that rights and freedoms remain at risk.

And then…

“He will make clear who is fighting for those rights, fighting for those freedoms, and fighting for our democracy,” the official said.

Given the timing of this speech, which comes in the midst of a number of highly political machinations, some on Twitter were convinced that Biden was attempting to preempt any litigious action coming against former President Trump.  Given the sensitive nature of any potential indictment of Trump, it may be that Biden is looking to score some points with the nation before the riots begin.


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