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Biden: ‘The Lies That Led To January 6th Are Part Of A Broader Attack’

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President Joe Biden delivered a passionate speech at Mother Emanuel AME Church, criticizing former President Donald Trump, calling him a “loser” and condemning his efforts to overturn the election.

Biden emphasized the importance of respecting the 81 million people who voted for him and denounced the attempt to rewrite history and erase the future.

He highlighted the broader attack on truth and democracy, emphasizing the need to combat hate and division in America. (Trending: Joe Biden Sets New Presidential Record)

“Time and again they lost in every court of law that challenged the results, 60 losses in courts of America!” Biden said.

“There’s one thing they don’t have. They don’t have respect for the 81 million people who voted the other way, voted for my candidacy! And voted to end the presidency–”

“In their world, these Americans, including you, don’t count. But that’s not the real world. That’s not democracy. That’s not America! In America, we all count!”

“In America we witness to serve all those who, in fact, participate. And losers are taught to concede when they lose.”

“And he’s a loser!”

“Then we all came together to put the country before ourselves. The lies that led to January 6th are part of a broader attack on the truth of America today that we all have seen before. The same movement. That’s right.”

“The mob at the United States Capitol isn’t just trying to rewrite history on January 6th. They’re trying to determine to erase history and your future!”

“Banning books, denying your right to vote and have it counted. Destroying diversity. Equality. Inclusion. All across America. Harboring hate and replacing hope with anger and resentment and dangerous view of America.”

“A narrow view of America, a zero-sum view of America that says if you win, I lose. If you succeed, must be I fail. If you get ahead, I fall behind. And maybe worst of all: If I hold you down, I lift myself up.”

“That’s not new in America. Every stride forward has often been met with ferocious backlashes. And those who fear the progress, and those who exploit that fear for their own personal gain, and those who traffic and lies told for profit and power.”

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