At a rally in Maryland Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was interrupted by a heckler who shouted that he had stolen the election.
The president said, “Let him go,” and “That’s OK,” before offering a comeback, saying that the Democrats had never given up on the American people.
I joined President @JoeBiden in Maryland yesterday to highlight all the work he and Democrats have done for the American people.— Jaime Harrison, DNC Chair (@harrisonjaime) August 26, 2022
Between signing the Inflation Reduction Act, the CHIPS Act, and the PACT Act over the last few weeks, one thing is clear—don’t bet against Joe Biden. pic.twitter.com/5wi8owi2E4
Heckler claimed 2020 election was stolen
Joe Biden had harsh words for a heckler who interrupted his speech at a midterm fundraiser and rally in Maryland on Thursday night. He also addressed his views of the politics of the current Republican party.
Mr Biden said that the MAGA philosophy was like semi-fascism and that he respected conservative Republicans.
President Biden explained why ‘MAGA Republicans’ cannot be trusted to protect abortion rights if they retake Congress in November pic.twitter.com/EWvHcFcQ06— NowThis (@nowthisnews) August 27, 2022
Observers say the Democratic party is in a better position to compete than it was during the summer of inflation and high gas prices.
White House has been similarly sharp-elbowed when defending the president’s student loan forgiveness program. Calling out Marjorie Taylor Greene for criticizing the plan.