If Biden Doesn’t Understand the Rule of Law, How Can He Serve as Commander-in-Chief? (VIDEO)

On Friday, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden attacked President Donald Trump’s tweet condemning the looting and arson in Minneapolis. After calling for an FBI investigation into the tragic death of black man George Floyd following a police officer kneeling on his neck, Trump had condemned the riots as “dishonoring” Floyd’s memory, and supported law enforcement actions to stop the lawlessness. In a statement about the tragic death of black man George Floyd apparently at the hands of police officers, Biden attacked Trump’s tweet as “incendiary,” claiming it encouraged “violence.” In doing so, he echoed Twitter’s move in blocking the tweet for “glorifying violence.”

“This is no time for incendiary tweets. It’s no time to encourage violence. This is a national crisis and we need real leadership right now, leadership that will bring everyone to the table so we can take measures to root out systemic racism,” Biden said in a video statement. . .

So, what message from Trump drew so much ire from Biden and Twitter?

“I can’t stand back & watch this happen to a great American City, Minneapolis. A total lack of leadership. Either the very weak Radical Left Mayor, Jacob Frey, get his act together and bring the City under control, or I will send in the National Guard & get the job done right,” the president tweeted. He then added another message, which Twitter decided to pseudo-censor. . .

When police or the armed forces quell riots that destroy property and endanger lives, they are not committing “murder.” Naturally, law enforcement should seek to prevent looting and rioting by peaceful means before resorting to violence. But restoring order and protecting property is one of the government’s fundamental roles. (Read more from “If Biden Doesn’t Understand the Rule of Law, How Can He Serve as Commander-In-Chief?” HERE)

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