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President Joe Biden blamed the Republican Party for the political violence and vitriol in the country at an event in Pennsylvania on Friday. Biden referenced the attack on Paul Pelosi.

“This is reported, I can’t guarantee it. I can tell you what’s being reported. And the chant was, ‘Where’s Nancy? Where’s Nancy? Where’s Nancy?’ This is despicable. There’s no place in America. There’s too much violence, political violence, too much hatred, too much vitriol.”

And then Biden laid the blame solely at the feet of the GOP.

“And what makes us think that one party can talk about ‘stolen elections,’ ‘COVID being a hoax,’ ‘this is 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.”

Earlier this year Biden gave one of the most divisive speeches in political history a sitting President has ever delivered. He called his political opponent’s politics “semi-fascism” as well.

According to reports, Pelosi is being treated for blunt force injuries to his head and body, bruising and swelling.


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