Lindsey Graham chastised Joe Biden for ‘brazen politicization’ of the January 6 riot.


Lindsey Graham chastised Joe Biden for ‘brazen politicization’ of the January 6 riot.

JOE BIDEN was slammed by a Republican Senator for “brazen politicization” after the President ripped into Donald Trump in his Capitol riot speech on January 6.

After President Joe Biden, 79, delivered a speech criticizing his White House predecessor for the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021, South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, 66, lamented Joe Biden, 79.

The riot occurred after Biden’s victory over Donald Trump, 75, in the 2020 US Presidential Election in Washington, DC, after the 45th President called on his supporters to “protest” the election result in Washington, DC, over unfounded claims of alleged voter fraud.

In order to “Stop the Steal,” Mr Trump even held a “Save America Rally.”

“So we’re going to, we’re going to walk down Pennsylvania Avenue, which I love, and we’re going to the Capitol and we’re going to try and give…,” the former president said to his supporters.

“The Democratic Party is doomed.”

They never vote, not even once.

“But we’re going to try to give our Republicans, the weak ones, the kind of pride and boldness they need to take back our country,” he says.

“The former president and his supporters are trying to rewrite history,” Biden said alongside Vice President Kamala Harris, 57.

“They want you to think of Election Day as a day of insurrection, and the riot on January 6th as the true expression of the people’s will.”

Mr. Graham, a Trump ally in Congress, blasted Biden on Twitter.

“What brazen politicization of January 6 by President Biden,” he wrote to his two million Twitter followers.

“I wonder if the Taliban, who now rule Afghanistan with al-Qaeda elements present, contrary to President Biden’s beliefs, are allowing this speech to be carried,” Graham said, referring to the US evacuation of Kabul in August.

Mr Graham’s post sparked a massive social media backlash, with just over 3,000 likes but over 31,000 comments.

The Republican senator took to Twitter to restate his position.

“I still can’t believe a mob was able to take over the US Capitol at such a crucial time – certifying a presidential election,” he said.

“Terrorists would have had it so simple.”

“News from the Brinkwire.”


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