Sunday, June 23, 2024

SELLERS: Could Biden’s ‘Red Rally 2’ Involve a Staged False-Flag Attack of Some Kind?

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Update: President Joe Biden’s underwhelming speech ran less than 30 minutes and appeared to be delivered to a closed audience of Democrat donors and supporters with generic platitudes similar to those he has spouted throughout his presidency while doing the exact opposite in his anti-Republican rhetoric.

Although the speech went off without consequence, the next week will be an important time to watch for any developments on Democrat efforts to dispatch with the dead weight currently occupying the White House.

(Ben Sellers, Headline USA) On paper, it would seem like sheer malpractice for President Joe Biden’s leftist handlers to permit—much less encourage—a repeat of his catastrophic “Red Rally” in September.

But news reports indicated that is exactly what they intend to do following a surprise announcement on Wednesday that Biden will deliver another “democracy” themed speech this very night at Washington, D.C.’s Union Station.

At the time of the original Sept. 1 speech at Philadelphia’s Independence Hall, Democrats had succeeded in putting forth the perception, at least, that they were riding on a summertime winning streak and gaining momentum in the polls.

It might, thus, have been plausible, if nothing else, to say they were overcome with such hubris that they overshot the goalpost with their deeply offensive and divisive MAGA-baiting.

The poorly planned speech—which had all the trappings of a state-sponsored campaign event—saw Biden flanked by two Navy foot-soldiers in front of a blood-red backdrop that undeniably conjured images of Hitler, China and the Star Wars Evil Empire.

At this particular juncture, however, Democrats have none of that erstwhile wind in their sails.

They have fallen so deeply in polls that even their own left-friendly sites are admitting defeat—while relatively nonbiased surveys show the GOP dominating with a possible five-seat pickup in the Senate. The House and gubernatorial races also look to be sweeps, with the possibility of the GOP landing around 260 House seats to Democrats’ 175.

A smarter president might begin to ingratiate himself with the soon-to-be-majority legislature and give himself cover for a fast pivot to the center—particularly if he hoped to run again.

But it is clear from his actions, if not his words, that Biden has no such intention to run and may not even expect to finish his current term.

Moreover, the president’s addled brain appears to be getting worse, if judging by a recent Florida speech in which he repeated several demonstrably false lies. And during a recent interview with MSNBC’s Jonathan Capehart, he appeared to fall asleep or go into a trance immediately following a question on whether he was mentally fit to serve as president.

Another catastrophe on Wednesday could risk even more losses for Biden’s fellow Democrats—and the ratio of risk to reward is not in their favor.

Meanwhile, with their abortion push failing to gain any traction, Democrats have resorted to the most cynical and desperate of all political ploys, using fear as their primary campaign driver.

Regardless of what really happened in Friday’s assault on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul, at their San Francisco home, one thing patently clear to anyone paying an ounce of attention is that the assailant, David DePape, was anything but an “ultra-MAGA” extremist, as Biden and others have dubiously claimed.

While the prevailing alternative theory has been a lovers’ spat, it is, in fact, equally possible that the event was coordinated by Nancy Pelosi—with or without her husband’s cooperation—as prelude to the Left’s final gaslighting attempt to pin political violence on Republicans: the grand finale of all “October surprises.”

Like Paul Pelosi (who seems to have evaded serious charges in an earlier drunken-driving incident and series of insider-trading scandals), Biden has been a lingering liability to the leftist cause—and he is likely to face multiple investigations under a GOP-led Congress that could extend the damage into the 2024 campaign season, regardless of his candidacy.

If ever there were a time for Democrats to send Biden off into the sunset with a staged injury—or worse, a JFK-like martyrdom—this would be the moment.

The motive is there, as well as the modus operandi: a crazed MAGA adherent somehow evading the extensive vetting of the Secret Service and attacking the president on the same hallowed ground that—on Jan. 6, 2021—supposedly saw the greatest assault on democracy since the Civil War.

As Anita Dunn, White House senior advisor and assistant to the president, said, according to Axios,  the speech’s setting is important “[b]ecause on January 6th we saw violence geared towards subverting democratic processes there” and “[t]he threat of political violence … it’s something that unites almost all Americans and something we can all be united against.”

Important for what, exactly, remains to be seen—but betting odds are against this being the long-awaited moment that Biden succeeds in uniting the country, or in using his oratory skills to turn the popular tide of the midterm election without any outside intervention.

Ben Sellers is the editor of Headline USA. Follow him at truthsocial.com/@bensellers.

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