Whose votes exactly is Biden trying to win?
Biden’s first campaign video announcing that he was going to run again featured attacks on Republicans for being against “freedom”.
As I wrote yesterday, Biden’s freedom pitch has a major problem.
“Every generation has a moment,” Biden, who was born during WWII, claimed, “To stand up for their fundamental freedoms. I believe this is ours. That’s why I’m running for reelection.”
“Around the country, MAGA extremists are lining up to take those bedrock freedoms away,” he claimed, in front of pictures of Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis.
What sort of “bedrock freedoms” is he running to protect?
According to Biden, he’s going to fight for our freedoms against Republicans “dictating what health care decisions women can make”, a euphemism for killing babies in the womb, and “banning books”, a euphemism for keeping graphic pornographic books out of schools.
The Biden campaign ad includes a pile of supposedly banned books. Buried under Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man and To Kill a Mockingbird is Lawn Boy by Jonathan Evison. Lawn Boy features 8 and 10-year-olds performing sex acts. “I was ten years old, but it’s true. I put Doug Goble’s d___ in my mouth,” runs one line. This is what Biden wants to force into every school.
Last year, the Biden administration sent in the feds to go after a school district in the Dallas-Fort Worth area for daring to remove books from its school library that included ‘This Book Is Gay’, which teaches students to use ‘sex apps’ to hook up and then “meet the trick in a public place”.
Biden’s idea of freedom is using the power of the state to crush local parents for refusing to let their kids be groomed to secretly prostitute themselves through their smartphones.
Lawn Boy was one of the more controversial graphic sexual books at the center of the debate because of its descriptions of 10-year-olds performing sex acts. Even its author said it doesn’t belong in schools.
Biden begs to differ. And he’ll send the DOJ after anyone who opposes him.
The Left and its media have vocally defended Lawn Boy. They argue that depicting 10-year-olds performing sex acts isn’t pedophilia. Never mind that the only obvious audience for such a thing would be pedophiles.
The Biden ad shoves Lawn Boy in there alongside To Kill a Mockingbird, but it’s lefties who were banning the latter book.
The teachers’ objections to the book included criticism that black characters are not fully realized and that the book romanticizes the idea of a “white savior.”
The teachers also cited concerns that characters in the book frequently use the N-word while no character explains that the slur is derogatory and that the word and the portrayal of black characters cause harm to students of color.
That’s why DeSantis correctly noted that lefties are pushing Lawn Boy and banning To Kill a Mockingbird.
“You have some groups that want to take away classic books like ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ but they want things like, ‘Gender Queer: A Memoir,’ which is a cartoon-style book with graphic images of children performing sexual acts. That is wrong,” DeSantis said. “They want to eliminate ’Of Mice and Men,’ but ‘Lawn Boy,’ a book containing explicit passages of pedophilia is somehow accepted.”
Biden’s people are pandering to liberals with a picture that features books familiar to them, Kite Runner, Invisible Man and To Kill a Mockingbird in prominent positions while the books that are actually under discussion like Lawn Boy are down in the bottom half. It shows that not only are Biden’s people lying, they know they’re lying.