Speaking at a Democratic National Committee fundraiser in Boston, Biden said that until Democrats Maintaining control of the House and Senate, passing any legislation would be nearly impossible.
“If we lose the House or we lose the Senate, it’s going to be a really tough two years,” Biden said, According to the Associated Press, “I’d rather spend more time with the Vito Pen than anything else.”
Biden also said that most voters do not support former President Donald Trump’s extremist “make America great again” ideology, which he has. Condemned it Similar to “quasi-fascism”.
Polls show Republicans are expected to win the House, but Democrats have a slight edge in the Senate, According to poll aggregation site FiveThirtyEight,
Congressional Republicans have already set some of their priorities when they return to power.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-California) has vowed to investigate the Justice Department, issuing a direct warning to Attorney General Merrick Garland on Twitter following the FBI discovery of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property: Keep safe and your almanac.”
McCarthy has also promised to investigate Biden’s chief medical adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Accused them of being responsible for the closure of schools and businesses during the height of COVID.
Meanwhile, Biden continued his outspoken tone and listed stakes in November, which included the right to vote, the right to privacy, and the fight against climate change.
“I don’t think it’s an exaggeration,” Biden said. “It’s about democracy itself.”
Biden said he wants to ensure abortion rights are enshrined in the Constitution, warning that if Republicans win a congressional majority, they would go against Roe v. Will try to codify the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Wade. He warned that other rights could also be at risk.
“Mark my words – you’ll see the move from contraception to full-fledged marriage to other privacy issues,” he said.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in his consent abortion opinion in June that justices should reconsider other matters that are based on the right to privacy – particularly those protecting contraceptive access and same-sex relationships.
Still, the president expressed optimism about the country’s future.
“I’m actually more optimistic about the prospects for America, not because I’m president, because that’s where we are as a country,” Biden said.
He continued: “This generation to come is the most engaged generation.”