Pres. Biden Labels Trump And MAGA Movement The “Most Extreme” Group In Recent History

There has yet to be a ruling from the Supreme Court on the matter of overturning Roe v. Wade. Although there was no ruling, a leaked document showed the Supreme Court overruling the decision made during the 70s. Still, with the backlash already mounting, on Wednesday, President Joe Biden gave a speech where he claimed that both former President Donald Trump and his Make America Great Again movement was one of the “most extreme” groups in the United States. Biden even added that Roe v. Wade could lead to gay kids being segregated in schools due to the ruling. 

Holding a press conference at the White House, President Biden stated, “What happens if you have a state change the law saying that children who are LGBTQ can’t be in classrooms with other children? Is that legit under the way that the decision is written? What are the next things that are going to be attacked? Because this MAGA crowd is really the most extreme political organization that’s existed in American history — in recent American history.”

After his speech, White House Press Secretary addressed the press that afternoon, adding, “You will see him call out more places where he feels there are extreme policies and extreme comments and extreme positions that are unfortunately overtaking far too much of the [Republican] Party.”

Wanting clarity on Biden’s speech, Fox News’ Peter Doocy asked, “Which state is trying to segregate LGBTQ children in the classroom?”

Psaki suggested, “I think we’ve seen laws that are incredibly discriminatory. That’s what the president’s referring to and the fact that he doesn’t know what additional steps could be taken by extreme wings of the party that would rather divide rather than work on issues that the American people actually are focused on actually impacting them.”

On Tuesday, after the document was leaked, President Biden explained, “I just got a call saying that it’s been announced that it is a real draft, but it doesn’t represent who’s gonna vote for it yet. I hope there are not enough votes for it. It concerns me a great deal that we’re gonna after 50 years decide a woman does not have a right to choose. It would mean that every other decision relating to the notion of privacy was thrown into question.”

This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on May 5, 2022. It originally appeared in and is used by permission.


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