The president Joe Biden addresses Democratic rally in advance of midterm elections with the party now feeling confident that recent wins in the field will allow them to avoid being beaten by Republicans.
The president Joe Biden has called on Democrats “to vote to literally save democracy once again” — and also compared Republican ideologies with “semi-fascism” — as Biden addressed a kickoff rally as well as a party in Maryland just 75 days away from election day for the midterms.
Biden addressed an overflowing crowd of thousands of people at Montgomery High School in Rockville on Thursday, Biden said: “Your right to choose is on the ballot this year. The Social Security you paid for from the time you had a job is on the ballot.
“You have to choose,” Biden said.
The events, held in the secure Democratic Washington suburbs were designed to make it easier for Biden into the White House aides say will be a full-on campaign advocating for his policies as well as assisting the candidates of his party.
He hopes to transform the months of achievements into political enthusiasm as Democrats have had their hopes rekindled following the massive, lasting flurry of activity from Biden as well as Congress.
From bipartisan actions regarding gun control, infrastructure , and domestic technology manufacturing , to the Democrats’ exclusive initiatives to combat climate change and health care expenses, Biden pointed out the accomplishments of the party’s unison but slender control over Washington.
Republicans criticize Biden’s comments as “despicable”
He also tried to make his point clearer against Republicans who were once likely to win big in November.
Biden on Thursday stepped up his campaign to paint Republicans as an “ultra-MAGA” party — in reference to the former president Donald Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan. Biden has been criticized for in opposition to his plans and accepting the conservative ideology and Trump’s false assertions regarding the 2020 presidential election.
“I respect conservative Republicans,” Biden said later. “I don’t respect these MAGA Republicans.”
The Republican National Committee called Biden’s remarks “despicable.”
“Democrats don’t care about suffering Americans — they never did.”