Actually, we're hoping that his speech today was just another empty promise . . . Like that time he claimed he was going to shut down COVID.
Nevertheless . . .
THE PREZ BETRAYED MODERATE VOTERS WHO BELIEVED HE WAS GOING TO REIGN IN RADICAL PROGRESSIVES AND MAINTAIN STEADY LEADERSHIP AMID HARD TIMES!!!
And so, other than typical disappointment in elected leaders . . .
Tonight's pledge might not mean much other than a worsening divide betwixt political factions that keeps getting harder to bridge.
Accordingly . . .
Before we start the majority of tonight's update . . . We take a peek at big picture headlines that impact every aspect of the American discourse.
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Biden urges Senate to eliminate filibuster in voting rights pitch: 'I'm tired of being quiet' - as it happened
President and vice-president speak in Georgia as Schumer says Senate will act on voting rights 'as soon as tomorrow'
President Biden on Tuesday branded the Capitol riot a "coup" attempt and called on the Senate to scrap its usual 60-vote threshold to pass a pair of election reform bills - but his message was clouded by distracting gaffes.
President Joe Biden Tuesday referred to his vice-president, Kamala Harris, as "President Harris" in yet another verbal flub by the gaffe-prone leader. "Last week, President Harris and I stood in the United States Capitol to observe one of those before and after moments in American history," Biden said, referencing last year's Capitol Hill the Jan.
President Biden on Tuesday called the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection an attempted "coup." Why it matters: In a speech on voting rights in Atlanta, Biden used strong language to lambast former President Trump and his supporters for trying to "win through violence what he had lost at the ballot box."
ATLANTA - President Joe Biden on Tuesday called for an end to the filibuster to allow for passage of federal voting rights bills, as congressional Democrats increasingly prioritize ballot box protections and advocates grow frustrated over stalled legislation.
On Tuesday, President Joe Biden took his most aggressive stance on the filibuster yet, stressing his support for a carveout in the Senate's rules to pass voting rights legislation. "The next few days, when these bills come to a vote, will mark a turning point in this nation's history," Biden said during a speech in Atlanta.
on Tuesday gave his full-throated endorsement for changing Senate rules to allow federal voting rights legislation to pass via a simple majority instead of a 60-vote threshold. Biden has in the past expressed an openness to tweaking Senate rules, such as reinstating the talking filibuster.
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