With the midterm elections now less than one week away, it has become rather obvious that the Democrats believe they are in trouble. They’ve been forced to resort to hyperbole and hysteria in order to keep the attention of the American people.
Now, in a last ditch effort to rouse the Democratic base, President Joe Biden will take to the airwaves on Wednesday night in a speech that some believe will resemble his divisive “Dark Brandon” appearance some weeks ago.
President Biden will deliver remarks on “preserving and protecting our democracy” at a Democratic National Committee event in Washington, D.C., White House officials and the DNC said Wednesday.
The president is scheduled to speak at 7 p.m. ET at the Columbus Club in Union Station, where he will address “the threat of election deniers and those who seek to undermine faith in voting and democracy,” according to a DNC advisory.
Biden may very well be dipping his proverbial pen back into the “Dark Brandon” well.
White House senior adviser Anita Dunn and Deputy Chief of Staff Jen O’Malley Dillon announced the president’s impending remarks at an Axios event Wednesday morning.
“Well, obviously, President Biden has been speaking about democracy for the entire time he’s been in office. And before then know, I think you can expect to hear from him this evening similar to what he’s been saying over the course of the last several months, that there is a lot at stake, including democracy, and that everyone has a role on that,” Dillon told Axios’ Mike Allen at the Axios News Shapers event in the nation’s capital.
The race for control of Congress is still a rather tight one, but has been shifting in favor of Republicans in recent days.