(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) Since learning that Roe v. Wade is almost certain to be overturned, as rad-left abortion activists doxxed, harassed and intimidated Supreme Court justices, assaulted police and firebombed two pro-life establishments, the Biden administration has steadfastly refused to condemn those actions and maintained its support for so-called peaceful protest.
“So, I know that there’s an outrage right now, I guess, about protests that have been peaceful to date, and we certainly continue to encourage that outside of judges homes,” former White House mouthpiece Jen Psaki said earlier this month.
“And that’s the president’s position.”
“Two summers ago, in the middle of the pandemic, we saw protests across the nation the likes of which we hadn’t seen since the 1960’s,” Biden said of the riots, looting, burning and vandalism that rocked the country, which he apparently considered peacefully beatific.
“They unified people of every race and generation,” Biden proclaimed.
Biden was rightfully roasted for his interpretation of peaceful protest that caused immeasurable damage and widespread mayhem.
“Yeah sure Joe…watching our cities burn and looted and business owners in black communities standing outside their burned out business crying was “unifying,” one person tweeted.
— bartleby (@ElderBartleby) May 25, 2022
“Hi @POTUS, your Democrat riots in 2020 were a major reason why we moved from the greater Seattle area to Alabama,” another person added.
I can’t wait for his take on the “summer of rage”. Maybe then we’ll be ULTRA unified.
— Dru Hayhurst (@Druhay) May 26, 2022
Biden’s renewed and freshly clarified position on peaceful protest should serve as warning for his predictable response to the looming mayhem likely to unfold if Roe is overturned.
This is the same potted petunia-in-chief, after all, who had to be hauled kicking and screaming to denounce the most abhorrent Black Lives Matter’s outrages during 2020’s Summer of Unification, and once described violent antifa radicals as “an idea, not an organization,” while that idea burned and rioted its way through cities.