G. McConway
October 29, 2022

Biden Appears to Blame Conservatives for Paul Pelosi 'Despicable' Attack

Our big fear about the Paul Pelosi attack is coming to fruition.

We were among the first outlets to report the attack on Friday.

We also immediately condemned the attack.

However, I flat-out stated that my biggest concern was that this maniac could somehow be attached to conservatives.

Worst Fear

That fear came true when the media started digging into the attacker's background.

He is a QAnon whacko and apparently had made posts on social media defending Donald Trump.

There were also alleged pictures of him at the January 6 rally.

That was all that was needed to slap a label on the entire right.

Biden, while discussing the attack, stated, "This is despicable.

"There's no place in America.

"There's too much violence, political violence, too much hatred, too much vitriol.

"And what makes us think that one party can talk about stolen elections? COVID being a hoax? It's all a bunch of lies."

Says the man who lies on a daily basis.

Says the man who regularly gaslights the liberal horde to get them riled up and attack conservatives in this nation.

Rest assured, DePape does not represent 99.9 percent of conservatives in this country.

I will be the first person to tell you that I despise the Pelosis and everything they stand for, but there is no way I would ever condone a physical attack.

I prefer to remove them from office and lock them up to publicly shame them.

Now we can only hope that with this attack being so close to the election that it does not sway some people to vote for Democrats.

The rhetoric will be unbelievable heading into election day, that is for sure.

Source: Fox News

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