Biden Did Not Dial It Down on Labor Day, He Doubled Down! Watch What He Does with This Heckler

President Joe Biden is taking hits from the left and the right for his highly charged words vilifying millions of Americans during his Thursday night speech at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. But instead of trying to dial down the rhetoric, he doubled down in a Labor Day speech in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The Monday speech was supposed to focus on “celebrating Labor Day and the dignity of American workers,” but instead Biden picked right up where he left off saying that Republicans are a threat and they are “destroying democracy.”

While Biden was speaking in Wisconsin, a heckler began interrupting him. The president initially said that his people should “let him go,” and that everyone is entitled to be an idiot. 

But the man was taken out of the room and Biden took the chance to pick up his mantra from Philly. 

He told the crowd, “we have to be stronger and more committed to saving American democracy than the MAGA Republicans and the guy out that door are destroying democracy.”

Biden started with these strong words at Independence Hall with Marines by his side. Even some folks at CNN took issue with his rhetoric, this caused the White House to try and defend the president at Friday’s press briefing. They failed miserably. 

The president also tried to backtrack on Friday from what he actually said the night before about “MAGA Republicans” and Trump supporters. Fox News host Peter Doocy asked if he through all Trump supporters were a threat to the country.

Biden responded, ”I don’t consider any Trump supporter to be a threat. I do think anyone who calls for the use of violence and refuses to acknowledge an election has been won. That is a threat to democracy.”

But his actual words proved otherwise. 

Here’s the kicker, Biden actually went to Wisconsin to campaign for Mandela Barnes who is the Democratic running against Sen. Ron Johnson, Wisconsin’s Republican senator. But Barnes was not with Biden, he was at another campaign event.

Joe, how’s this mean rhetoric working for you?