'Unity' President Biden Blames Republicans For Attack on Paul Pelosi

'Unity' President Biden Blames Republicans For Attack on Paul Pelosi

It should be patently obvious by now that candidate Joe Biden’s message of ‘unifying’ the country was one of the greatest campaign lies in the history of campaigns, as he has used his podium to smear and malign his Republican opponents practically since he took office.

In the wake of an attack on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi, Biden and his merry band of cable news pundits have begun to blame — wait for it — Republicans, even as details continue to emerge from the incident.

Addressing a crowd on the campaign trail in Pennsylvania, Biden called the attack “despicable,” saying there is “no place in America” for it.

“There’s too much violence, political violence, too much hatred, too much vitriol,” Biden said. “And what makes us think that one party can talk about stolen elections, COVID being a hoax, that it’s all a bunch of lies, and it not affect people who may not be so well balanced.”

“What makes us think that it’s not going to corrode the political climate?” he added. “Enough is enough is enough. Every person of good conscience needs to clearly and unambiguously stand up against violence in our politics, no matter what your politics are.”

The Daily Wire added:

Heavy.com, a fact-finding website, highlighted a tweet from a Mission Local journalist Joe Eskenazi that stated: “My sources also name the suspect in this morning’s hammer attack on Paul Pelosi as David DePape, born 1980, of Berkeley. He would appear to be a former Castro nudist protester. Things appear set to be bizarre for a while.”

The report highlighted a 2013 article from the San Francisco Chronicle in which the same man appears to have been mentioned, although his name is spelled wrong in the article, but is spelled correctly in the captions of one of the photos included in the article. The article described him as a “hemp jewelry maker.”

Others jumped on the GOP hate bandwagon as well.

Others, however, pushed back with examples and receipts.


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