Biden Panders to LGBTQI Community After Debate Disaster Surrounded by Rainbow Flags and Cliches

After his lackluster debate performance, Joe Biden sought comfort in his loyal base — the LGBTQI+ community. Surrounded by rainbow flags and pre-written speeches, Biden appeared at the Stonewall National Monument Visitor Center alongside Elton John to celebrate gay pride month. In a speech filled with clichés, Biden once again touted the idea of the “soul of America,” a phrase he loves to recycle when pandering to various interest groups.

Biden, no stranger to making empty promises, took to Twitter to show his unwavering support for the LGBTQI+ community, conveniently forgetting that the “I” stands for “intersex.” The President made sure to remind everyone that he believes all individuals are made in the image of God and deserve respect, conveniently ignoring his own party’s push for extreme abortion policies that defy God-given life. 


Elton John, known for his flamboyant style and liberal views, used the opportunity to attack the so-called spread of misinformation and scapegoating, conveniently ignoring the hypocrisy of his own industry and the cancel culture that silences opposing voices. Biden, a supposed devout Catholic, visibly amused by John’s profanity, displayed his double standard when it comes to upholding moral values.

As Biden tries to move past his debate disaster, Democrats and their allies in the mainstream media are starting to question his ability to continue in the race. With pressure mounting for him to step aside, Biden finds himself at a pivotal moment as he retreats to Camp David to discuss his political future with his family. Will he choose to stand strong amidst the growing doubts about his candidacy, or will he succumb to the demands of his party leadership and gracefully bow out? Only time will tell in this whirlwind of political drama.

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