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WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden accused Donald Trump and his supporters of holding a “dagger at the throat of democracy” in a forceful speech Thursday marking the anniversary of the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol. He warned that though it didn’t succeed, the insurrection remains a serious threat to America’s system of government.

Biden’s criticism was blistering of the defeated president whom he blamed for the assault that has fundamentally changed Congress and the nation, and raised global concerns about the future of American democracy.

“For the first time in our history, a president not just lost an election, he tried to prevent the peaceful transfer of power as a violent mob breached the Capitol,” Biden said. “You can’t love your country only when you win.”

His voice booming at times, filling the ornate Statuary Hall where rioters had laid siege, the president called on Americans to remember what they saw Jan. 6 with their own eyes: the mob attacking police, breaking windows, a Confederate flag inside the Capitol, gallows erected outside threatening to hang the vice president — all while Trump sat at the White House watching it on TV.

“The former president’s supporters are trying to rewrite history. They want you to see Election Day as the day of insurrection and the riot that took place here on January 6 as a true expression of the will of the people. Can you think of a more twisted way to look at this country, to look at America? I cannot.”

The president’s remarks launched the start of daylong remembrance, drawing a contrast between the truth of what happened and the false narratives that persist about the Capitol assault, including the continued refusal by many Republicans to affirm that Biden won the 2020 election.
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“We must be absolutely clear about what is true and what is a lie,” Biden said. “The former president of the United States of America has spread a web of lies about the 2020 election.”

He said: “We are in a battle for the soul of America.”

“I did not seek this fight, brought to this Capitol one year from today. But I will not shrink from it either. I will stand in this breach, I will defend this nation. I will allow no one to place a dagger at the throat of this democracy.”

Republican leaders and lawmakers largely stayed away from the day’s events, dismissing them as overly politicized — some continuing to spread false claims about the election.

From Florida, Trump showed no signs of letting go, and in fact revived his unfounded attack on the elections. He accepted no responsibility for egging on the crowd that day. Instead, in one of several statements Thursday, he said Biden was trying to “further divide America. This political theater is all just a distraction.”

Even among congressional Republicans who condemned the attack in the days afterward, most have stayed loyal to the former president.

The division is a stark reminder of the rupture between the two parties, worsening since hundreds of Trump’s supporters violently pushed past police, used their fists and flagpoles to break through the windows of the Capitol and interrupted the certification of Biden’s victory.

Rep. Liz Cheney, chair of the House committee investigating the attack and one of the few GOP lawmakers attending the Capitol ceremonies, warned that “the threat continues.” Trump, she said, “continues to make the same claims that he knows caused violence on January 6.”

“Unfortunately, too many in my own party are embracing the former president, are looking the other way or minimizing the danger,” she told NBC’s “Today.” “That’s how democracies die. We simply cannot let that happen.”
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She was joined by her father Dick Cheney, the former vice president and now a respected Republican Party elder, who was greeted warmly by several Democrats. He stood with her, the only Republicans seen, for a moment of silence on the House floor.

He said in a statement: “I am deeply disappointed at the failure of many members of my party to recognize the grave nature of the January 6 attacks and the ongoing threat to our nation.”

The Senate also convened a moment of silence.

Democrats investigating the insurrection plan to spend the coming months telling the American people exactly what happened last Jan. 6 with a series of public hearings.

Biden and his administration have come under criticism from some in his party for not forcibly explaining to Americans the ways democracy is at risk, or pushing Congress hard enough to pass election and voting rights legislation that is stalled by a filibuster in the Senate.

Barack Obama, the former president, said “nothing is more important” on the anniversary than ensuring the right to vote.

“While the broken windows have been repaired and many of the rioters have been brought to justice, the truth is that our democracy is at greater risk today than it was back then,” Obama said in a statement.

Biden’s address, and that of Vice President Kamala Harris who is leading the administration’s efforts on the voting and elections legislation, appeared as a direct response to critics.

“We must pass voting rights bills,” said Harris, addressing those gathered. “We cannot sit on the sidelines. We must unite in defense of our democracy.”

On the House floor, where many members were evacuated and some were trapped as the rioters tried to break in, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi drew on history with a hope that Americans would turn to their “better angels” to resolve differences. She delivered private remarks to Hill staff who, as she told The Associated Press in an interview Wednesday, had stayed a year ago to “protect our democracy.”
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Biden’s sharp message and the Republicans’ distance from it come as lawmakers are adjusting to the new normal on Capitol Hill — the growing tensions that many worry will result in more violence or, someday, a legitimate election being overturned. Democrats and a handful of Republicans feel a desperate urgency to connect to a public in which some have come to believe Trump’s lies that the election was stolen from him and that the attack wasn’t violent at all.

A new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research showed that 3 in 10 Republicans say the attack was not violent, and about another 3 in 10 say it was somewhat violent. Around two-thirds of Americans described the day as very or extremely violent, including about 9 in 10 Democrats.

As Biden directed blame toward the former president, the percentage of Americans who blame Trump for the Jan. 6 riot has grown slightly over the past year, with 57% saying he bears significant responsibility for what took place.

In an AP-NORC poll taken in the days after the attack, 50% said that.

Trump’s claims of widespread election fraud were rejected by the courts and refuted by his own Justice Department.

An investigation by the AP found fewer than 475 cases of voter fraud among 25.5 million ballots cast in the six battleground states disputed by Trump, a minuscule number in percentage terms.
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>>986085
>investigation by the AP found fewer than 475 cases of voter fraud among 25.5 million ballots cast in the six battleground states disputed by Trump
The Arizona investigation found 10,000+ cases of people voting multiple times
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>>986088
Debunked
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/factcheck/2021/09/28/fact-check-arizona-audit-affirms-biden-win-doesnt-prove-voter-fraud/5846640001/
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>>986095
>"The leaked report conclusively shows there were enough fraudulent votes, mystery votes, and fake votes to change the outcome of the election 4 or 5 times over."
How nice, something he didn't say was deboonked
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>>986088
>>investigation by the AP found fewer than 475 cases of voter fraud among 25.5 million ballots cast in the six battleground states disputed by Trump
>The Arizona investigation found 10,000+ cases of people voting multiple times
ummmmm it was more like 50,000 fraudulent votes in just that one county, more than enough to prove TRUMP WON.
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>>986105
>>986088
take it to court then, faggots. if there's actual proof, it'll be a slam-dunk case and you can end your coping
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>>986102
You're quoting Trump, which was debunked.
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>>986105
>>986102
Post link. Sounds like you're making it up. Credible sources only
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>>986156
10,000 multi-votes is on page 8
https://cdn.nucleusfiles.com/fe/fe2178f7-654f-4b89-993e-6556f65e70d8/cyber-ninjas-report-vol.-iii.pdf
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>>986158
>10,000 multi-votes is on page 8
>https://cdn.nucleusfiles.com/fe/fe2178f7-654f-4b89-993e-6556f65e70d8/cyber-ninjas-report-vol.-iii.pdf

There is so much evidence proving Trump won, and also everyone knows Biden, who has always been a joke and unpopular, could never get more votes than Obama and could not beat Bernie Sanders in a primary race.

Rich 1% fascists stole the 2020 election with mail in fraud and Dominion.
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>>986158
>Potentially
So they just made up the number
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>>986173
>There is so much evidence proving Trump won
Then you should consider joining his legal team. Apparently they were in desperate need of your expertise as not a single one of them could produce any evidence or even explicitly allege voter fraud in their lawsuits.

>Rich 1% fascists stole the 2020 election with mail in fraud and Dominion.
And the reason they did this is because if they didn't you'd have to look in the mirror and confront the fact that you're not a very intelligent person and you've been convinced of a false reality. I can see why voter fraud cultists are so dug in at this point. Admitting they were wrong is an existential confrontation they aren't ready to have. They'd be forced to rethink their entire worldview.
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>>986258
Potentially is not a word on page 8, section 5.4.1
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>>986263
Both Notes show they're talking out of their ass and inflating the number since they don't know the actual count.
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>>986126
>just take it to court bro
The court will say that there is no remedy for the fraud since the certification already happened and then they dismiss the case.
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>>986297
You are actually retarded. This makes zero sense. Fraud is illegal regardless of whether or not there's a remedy. Whether or not there's a remedy for the damage of a crime has nothing to do with whether or not it gets charged. There is no remedy for someone being murdered but people still get charged for it. I can't express to you in words how hard I furrowed my eyebrows reading this dumbfuck post of yours.
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>>986281
Your making this up just like you were imagining "potential" to be a word on that page.
There was fraud.
And it would be a national security risk if more people knew about it
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>>986306
Nope, potential was on another page, also the notes show they're talking out of the ass
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>>986302
You think it's criminal charges that get brought to court on these things? They're brought as lawsuits you retard, and those get thrown out when there's no point.
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>>986308
>potential was on another page
And?
You just don't like what it says.
10k multi votes. if the notes said otherwise you would post it.
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>>986329
Notes show they're just making it up.
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>>986297
>>just take it to court bro
>The court will say that there is no remedy for the fraud since the certification already happened and then they dismiss the case.
correct.
already happened in several cases that proved the election was fraudulent.
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>>986333
No, you just didn't provide actual proof and the case was thrown out.
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>>986470
>the case was thrown out.
the case was thrown out by partisan judges who wouldn't allow the proof to be sworn in and disclosed as evidence.
happened in several partisan courts in blueish states.
Stolen elections. No transparency.
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>>986474
>the case was thrown out by partisan judges
Yes. Except they were Trump’s partisan judges. Zero evidence so even artisan judges had to throw your retarded “stolen election” narrative out of court.
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>>986080
Biden be like, "muh institutions!" "muh democracy" after cheating to steal the elctions. LULZ
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>>986474
>>the case was thrown out.
>the case was thrown out by partisan judges who wouldn't allow the proof to be sworn in and disclosed as evidence.
>happened in several partisan courts in blueish states.
>Stolen elections. No transparency.

It IS ridiculous the amount of blatant corruption in that election and makes me wonder how long elections have been rigged like that!
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>>986474
>>986480
I always see this shill making the same post in pairs like this.
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>>986470
>and the case was thrown out
Which means it was never heard. Somehow you see a case where a judge decides that evidence isn't evidence, before any trial, and think that settles anything? Matters of fact are decided by juries, not judges. Juries weigh the credibility of witnesses, judges aren't supposed to just decide based on hearsay to throw out a whole case.
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>>986490
>>and the case was thrown out
>Which means it was never heard. Somehow you see a case where a judge decides that evidence isn't evidence, before any trial, and think that settles anything? Matters of fact are decided by juries, not judges. Juries weigh the credibility of witnesses, judges aren't supposed to just decide based on hearsay to throw out a whole case.
crooked and corrupt partisan judges do that.
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>>986477
>Biden be like, "muh institutions!" "muh democracy" after cheating to steal the elctions. LULZ
lmao
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>>986080
>On the first anniversary of 1/6, TRUMP calls out BRANDON for his ELECTION COUP and the "Big Lie" that anyone voted for the potato.

FIFY

>>986080
>The true President’s remarks launched the start of daylong remembrance, drawing a contrast between the truth of what happened with the election fraud, and the false narratives that persist about the Capitol assault ("muh insurrections!") including the continued refusal by many anti-American Democrats to affirm that TRUMP won the 2020 election.

FIFY

Is it funny how leftists make up all their lies by just taking the opposite position of the truth.

Men can have babies
Not caring about race makes you racist
Global Warming means temperatures are getting colder

Peak Clowns!
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REMOVE TRAITORS! THEY ARE WORST SHITS!
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>>986533
>REMOVE TRAITORS! THEY ARE WORST SHITS!
muh institutions! LULZ
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>>986533
>REMOVE TRAITORS! THEY ARE WORST SHITS!
So you are calling for Biden and most Democrats and deepstate RINO's to be hauled off to prison?
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>>986565
Nope, shitters like you who attacked democracy and have a confirmed history of voting fraud.
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>>986565
yes
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>>986571
>attacked democracy
LULZ! muh democracy of stolen elections and mob rules!
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>>986080
The coup was by the big tech 1% and Democrats in a few cities.

Only a few counties in a few swing states had to be stolen to pull it off.

What a coincidence, every swing state didn’t report the results that night or even a week later!

Anyone remember the vote spikes at 4-5am? After the election officials had gone home?

Anyone remember the windows being covered up to prevent election officials from watching the counting?

Remember how the media didn’t cover the fraud lawsuits?

Remember how tech platforms banned people who talked about it.

Anyone notice how there was never any audits of the results reported.

Notice how 1/6 stopped everyone in their tracks from dare talking about the fraud….

This was a coup by the Democrats!
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>>986514
>>986617
>Reddit spacing
Do /pol/ppets really think we can't see their posts?
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>>986617
>The coup was by the big tech 1% and Democrats in a few cities.
>Only a few counties in a few swing states had to be stolen to pull it off.
>What a coincidence, every swing state didn’t report the results that night or even a week later!
>Anyone remember the vote spikes at 4-5am? After the election officials had gone home?
>Anyone remember the windows being covered up to prevent election officials from watching the counting?
>Remember how the media didn’t cover the fraud lawsuits?
>Remember how tech platforms banned people who talked about it.
>Anyone notice how there was never any audits of the results reported.
>Notice how 1/6 stopped everyone in their tracks from dare talking about the fraud….
>This was a coup by the Democrats!

this
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>>986158
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/cyber-ninjas-audit-arizona-shut-down-doug-logan_n_61d7b148e4b0d637ae9fb94f
Oh look, they're so successful they went belly up.
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>>986666
>Faced 50k fine a day for not turning over all documents related to their fraudulent audit
Just more proof that Trump is lying again about the election.
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>>986666
>>986772
Damn.
It's not surprising tho that Democrats tried to fine them into oblivion for auditing their fraudulent election and reporting on all of the election irregularities.

I would shut down too before giving them a dime
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>>986779
>>>986666
>>>986772
>Damn.
>It's not surprising tho that Democrats tried to fine them into oblivion for auditing their fraudulent election and reporting on all of the election irregularities.
>I would shut down too before giving them a dime

Citizens will have to be deputized by Sheriffs and arrest them. The state and federal police won't do it, so hold them in local jails and convene local municipal courts on the fraudsters then lock them up in jail.
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>>986779
Yeah. When republicans throw your shit report out because it was shit you have no chance for future employment. Then people wonder where all that money you were given went and why you produced such a shitty product. That is when it is time to flee.
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>>986779
You do realize Republicans have full control over Arizona, so this is Republicans just eating their own again.
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>>986808
>>Damn.
>>It's not surprising tho that Democrats tried to fine them into oblivion for auditing their fraudulent election and reporting on all of the election irregularities.
>>I would shut down too before giving them a dime
>Citizens will have to be deputized by Sheriffs and arrest them. The state and federal police won't do it, so hold them in local jails and convene local municipal courts on the fraudsters then lock them up in jail.
sounds good!
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>>986666
>they aren't complying, what should we do?
>fine them until they can no longer comply!
For what purpose.
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>>986617
>The coup was by the big tech 1% and Democrats in a few cities.
>Only a few counties in a few swing states had to be stolen to pull it off.
>What a coincidence, every swing state didn’t report the results that night or even a week later!
>Anyone remember the vote spikes at 4-5am? After the election officials had gone home?
>Anyone remember the windows being covered up to prevent election officials from watching the counting?
>Remember how the media didn’t cover the fraud lawsuits?
>Remember how tech platforms banned people who talked about it.
>Anyone notice how there was never any audits of the results reported.
>Notice how 1/6 stopped everyone in their tracks from dare talking about the fraud….
>This was a coup by the Democrats!
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>>987101
That's how penalties work kid.
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>>987112
Wow, you packed a whole post with greentext and not a single one of them was correct. Well done cultist.
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>>987320
Yeah, but they said they needed more money to actually collate and send over the information to the judge. Why would the judge sink the company?
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>>987469
No one actually believes that lie. They didn't want to send it because they falsified their data and going bankrupt from fines is better than getting prosecuted.
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>>987112
Yeah that was fuckin dumb.
A brief trip into an alternate reality.

Trumpard cope reactions to 2020 are the gifts that keep coming
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>>986617
>The coup was by the big tech 1% and Democrats in a few cities.
>Only a few counties in a few swing states had to be stolen to pull it off.
>What a coincidence, every swing state didn’t report the results that night or even a week later!
>Anyone remember the vote spikes at 4-5am? After the election officials had gone home?
>Anyone remember the windows being covered up to prevent election officials from watching the counting?
>Remember how the media didn’t cover the fraud lawsuits?
>Remember how tech platforms banned people who talked about it.
>Anyone notice how there was never any audits of the results reported.
>Notice how 1/6 stopped everyone in their tracks from dare talking about the fraud….
>This was a coup by the Democrats!
correct. based.
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>>987525
>>987112
Sup chang.
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>>987525
No problem but could you not greentext huge swaths of dogshit like this ? Phonefagging here and it really slows me down thx
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>>990599
But he's just ordered to copy paste what he's given. please understand.
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>>986080
He's a year too late.
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>thinking that anything that Biden says matter
>thinking USA is a democracy
Why are americans so dumb? You losers ''voted'' Biden and that's so pathetic.
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>>991802
The alternative was a fat dude who is only notable for filing bankruptcy like 12 times. Biden was and is far superior.
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>>991807
>Biden was and is far superior.
>has done nothing but fail the entire time he's been in
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>thread is two weeks old
>top of fromt page
>only 60 replies in two weeks
>There are 18 posters in this thread.
cringe





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