As Biden goes on offense, Trump goes non-stop

President Joe Biden has recently intensified his rhetoric against Republicans, comparing them to fascists and saying he does not believe in democracy.

Meanwhile, former President Donald Trump shared a photoshopped photo of Biden’s pants.

The gap between the current and former president has never been tighter, as Biden signs landmark bills into law, and Trump readies a potential 2024 campaign under various federal investigations into his potentially illegal conduct before and after leaving the White House. Huh.

Trump busted on Tuesday true social, his social media platform where, unlike Twitter or Facebook, he can share unneeded and inflammatory content. The former president spent the morning penning out bizarre memoirs from Biden, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi.

It follows a similar slump that Trump demanded on Monday two or four elections He will likely be reinstated as president nearly two years after he lost to Biden by 7 million votes.

On Tuesday, Trump shared other users’ gripes with “ReTruths” about how the 2020 election was allegedly stolen from them, along with some QAnon conspiracy theory material — and a lot more weird stuff, such as a A perfect photo of Biden in a sensual embrace. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Not to mention an image of Biden falling off his bike on the stairs of Air Force One. A meme with the text, “If you still hate Trump after this 18 months of shitshow, your commitment to stupidity is impressive.” And a fake photo of Biden blaming Russian President Vladimir Putin for a brown stain on the seat of his pants. Trump followed it up sarcastically: “Why are people so mean?”

The former president also shared posts attacking the Justice Department for an investigation into the rioting by Trump supporters at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, and a separate investigation into the hoarding of Trump’s presidential documents at his home in Florida. The National Archives has said Trump violated the Presidential Records Act by failing to turn over the documents at the end of his term.

The FBI heated up a lengthy investigation into Trump when it searched his Florida residence last month, finding a cache of White House materials. The federal investigation has yet to lead to an indictment. Trump’s lawyers have argued that he cooperated with officials, and that everything he took was covered by executive privilege.

Trump and his allies in Congress conduct raids against the FBI “corrupt” and “illegal.” His rhetoric has been accompanied by violence and threats from Trump supporters, including a man who tried to break into an FBI building in Cleveland and was wounded by police. Republican lawmakers have begun to say that violence is inevitable if Trump is held accountable.

“If Donald Trump is prosecuted for wrongful handling of classified information, then [Hillary] Clinton debacle … there will be riots in the streets,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (RSC) said on sunday,

Trump continues attacks on federal law enforcement on Tuesday, shares posts Portraying the Justice Department as the Democratic Party’s election-stealing weapon.

“The Presidential Records Act was completely complied with by me, but not by the FBI. They raided my house,” Trump wrote in a post of his own.

For most of his presidency, Biden has avoided trashing his predecessor. But in recent weeks, he has explicitly condemned Trump and his “Make America Great Again” movement as “quasi-fascism.”

white House hinted this week Despite that Biden would continue his anti-MAGA message during Tuesday’s rally in Pennsylvania Republican Grievances That Biden has inappropriately sought to incite “anti-Republican sentiment.”

“We are at a critical moment in the history of our country,” Biden said last week. “MAGA Republicans are not only a threat to our individual rights and economic security, they are a threat to our democracy. They refuse to accept the will of the people. They embrace – embrace – political violence. They don’t believe in democracy. Huh.”

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