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Sunday, January 17, 2021

Biden Makes National Address About U.S. Capitol Insurrection

President-elect Biden made an address regarding the violence at the Capitol Building.

President-elect Biden made an address regarding the violence at the Capitol Building.

“All of you have been watching what I’ve been watching. At this hour our democracy is under unprecedented assault,” said Biden.

Biden who was allegedly referring to the protesters said a small number of extremists are dedicated to lawlessness and that their actions are bordering on sedition.

According to Biden, those who stormed the Capitol do not represent America and that they are extremists.

Biden then called on President Donald Trump to order an end to the siege because the words of a President could supposedly “inspire and incite.”

“May God bless America and may God protect our troops and all those in the Capitol trying to preserve order. Enough is enough,” said Biden before ending his speech.

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