After repeatedly lecturing Republican President Donald Trump about casting doubts on 2020’s presidential election, President Joe Biden raised questions regarding the legitimacy of 2022’s midterm elections.
Biden was asked by a reporter at the White House if he believes the forthcoming elections will be fair and legitimate.
“It all depends upon whether or not it’s possible to make the case that some of these are being set up in an effort to alter the outcome,” Biden responded.
Biden reminded Americans of the highest voter turnout in 2020’s election, despite the fact that it was held during a pandemic.
He expressed concern that Republicans made it harder for minorities to vote and called into question the outcome of future elections.
Biden stated “No matter how difficult it is for minorities to vote”
However, the president acknowledged that it would not be easy to get Democrats out to vote. It’s going to be hard. He said, “I make no bones about that.” Biden answered a question about his comments and said that he was worried about the 2022 election being flawed. He said that he thought it could be illegitimate.
Biden repeatedly denigrated Trump and Republicans for questioning 2020’s presidential election results, warning that they were “daggers at the throat” of democracy.
Biden made a rageful speech in Georgia, saying that it wasn’t about who can vote anymore. It’s not about how many votes you get, but who counts them. This is not hyperbole. It’s a fact.