Biden hints at more radical turn after Georgia runoffs

If you aren’t worried about President-elect Joe Biden’s fealty to the radical Left yet — just wait until after the Georgia elections.

At least that was something that Biden strongly hinted at in a leaked call with civil rights leaders.

In the call, which was obtained and released by the far-left Intercept website, Biden was confronted by civil rights activists, who, among other things, were demanding more forceful action on policing issues.

To his credit, Biden waved away calls for sweeping executive action being pushed by liberals, such as on gun control.

“I am not going to violate the Constitution,” he said. “Executive authority that my progressive friends talk about is way beyond the bounds.” 

Yet, at another point, Biden, citing anti-Semitic huckster Al Sharpton (who was also a participant on the call), vowed to enact major changes to policing. But he said he only wanted to talk about it after the Jan. 5 runoff elections because it could risk losing the races. Read more…

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