(TheFreedomFlag.Com)- If you weren’t already terrified at the prospect of President Joe Biden, you ought to be now. On Tuesday, the presumed Democratic presidential nominee suggested that the Chinese coronavirus pandemic could be used to implement structural change to the voting system.
It’s a view shared by many Democrats. PJ Media reports the former chief of staff under Barack Obama, Rahm Emanual, said, “You never let a serious crisis go to waste.”
Doesn’t that send chills down your spine?
“And what I mean by that it’s an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before,” Emanual claimed.
During a conversation with Chris Cuomo on CNN, Biden described the coronavirus pandemic as an “opportunity.”
“We have an opportunity, Chris, to do so many things now to change some of the structural things that are wrong, some of the structural things we couldn’t get anybody’s attention on. In a sense, no pun intended, the band aid’s been ripped off here.”
Biden went on to explain how he believes the current voting system isn’t transparent, though stopped short of suggesting he would like to implement a mail-in voting system.
“Everybody now understands that we have a voting system that is not transparent and clear and available for everyone. Everyone understands that the environment has impacted on this coronavirus and mounting evidence of that. Everyone understands that we have to lead the world – we can’t just sit back because no one else will,” he said.
Not only is it the standard word soup one might expect from political candidates, but Biden’s message on CNN also signaled that he was willing to take on board some of the furthest-left talking points into his campaign. The idea that climate change has had an impact on the coronavirus is crazy, and his suggestion that voting isn’t “available for everyone” could potentially even suggest he wants to allow illegal aliens to vote.
We’re starting to see evidence that long-term exposure to air pollution—which disproportionately affects communities of color & low-income communities—is linked to COVID-19 death rates. It’s past time we treat pollution like the threat to our health it is. https://t.co/3GD15s3xSy
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) April 8, 2020
Biden’s suggestion that there should be reforms for voting and climate change were touched upon by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell when they attempted to introduce alternative legislation during the coronavirus relief package discussions. Congressional Democrats tried to shoe-horn far-left policies into urgent legislation but failed last minute when they realized people wouldn’t be happy if they delayed much-needed financial support much longer.