Republicans are scratching their heads after Biden made this murderous accusation

We all know Uncle Joe has a few screws loose. But this is out there even for him.

And Republicans are scratching their heads after Biden made this murderous accusation.

Everyone gets heated in the moment and says things they don’t mean.

But politicians are expected to be held to a higher standard than your average Joe.

Unfortunately, that hasn’t been the case in many years.

But rarely does one come out and accuse his opposition of plotting the murder of millions.

That’s exactly what Biden did, and now his administration is trying to cover it up.

The White House on Tuesday downplayed remarks made earlier in the day by President Biden, who appeared to insinuate that House Republicans were “killing millions of Americans” by eliminating the Affordable Care Act.

The president spoke at an event in the nation’s capital earlier Tuesday, praising government spending on child care and other initiatives.

During his speech, the president criticized House Republicans for their budget ideas, which “cut care-giving programs by a third.”

“It would mean 260,000 fewer kids in child care,” Biden said before accusing former President Trump and his “MAGA friends” of wanting to “terminate the Affordable Care Act.”

“Terminate it – well, guess what? – killing millions of Americans, take them off of health care insurance; it’s stripping others of services like home care, folks,” Biden said.

Later, Fox News’ Jacqui Heinrich questioned White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre about whether the president intended “to essentially accuse Republicans of murder.”

Jean-Pierre responded that Heinrich was taking the most “extreme evaluation of what the president said.” When Heinrich pointed out that the president’s language was “stronger than usual,” Jean-Pierre said that she was “taking what [Biden] said to the most extreme part of your definition.”

The White House press secretary chastised Republicans for voting to eliminate affordable health care “when it is saving people’s lives.”

“Why do they do that? Do they not want Americans to have … affordable health care to protect themselves, to save their lives? That’s the question to be asked. The president’s trying to do the right thing. He’s trying to be where the majority of Americans are and protect our health care, protect their Medicare,” Jean-Pierre said.

Last month, the Biden-Harris campaign accused former President Trump of threatening “political violence” after Trump, speaking about the auto industry at an Ohio rally, claimed there would be a “bloodbath” if he did not win the impending November election.

Trump had been discussing China and how “they think that they are going to sell” cars made in Mexico to the United States “with no tax at the border.”

After receiving criticism for his comment, Trump doubled down, repeating the term “bloodbath” again a few weeks later at a campaign event to slam Biden’s border policy.

The difference is that Trump was taken out of context, likening the business losses to a bloodbath – an obvious metaphor.

Biden, on the other hand, can claim it was hyperbole, but it’s not obvious to anyone based on the situation.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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