Biden links Pelosi attack to Jan. 6 riot and blames Republicans: ‘Enough is enough!’

President Joe Biden stooped to a new low Friday, attempting to link the Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol to the brutal attack on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband by an unhinged man who allegedly demanded, “Where is Nancy, where is Nancy?”

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Biden admitted that Paul Pelosi’s attacker “may not be so well balanced,” during a speech in Pennsylvania on Friday, referring to the attack.

“Sources told KTVU that authorities found a manifesto belonging to 42-year-old David DePape that contained conspiracy theories and anti-government COVID beliefs. He also allegedly had a list of other politicians he planned to target,” the media outlet reported.

The attacker was reportedly in his underwear and shattered a sliding glass door to enter the home. He allegedly proceeded to assault Pelosi, attempting to tie him up while demanding to know where his wife was according to

“Police were called to the home to check on Paul Pelosi at about 2:30 a.m. when they discovered the 82-year-old and the suspect both grabbing onto the hammer, said Police Chief William Scott at a Friday news conference. The intruder yanked the hammer from Pelosi and began beating him before being subdued and arrested by officers,” KTVU reported.

The entire incident brings into serious question Pelosi’s security.

During a speech given Friday at a Pennsylvania fundraiser for Senate hopeful, stroke-impaired John Fetterman, Biden referenced the January 6 riot, claiming that the attack on Paul Pelosi was somehow incited by Republicans who questioned the results of the 2020 presidential election as well as the pandemic.

The president went on to state that he provided a plane to Nancy Pelosi, who was in DC at the time of the attack, so she could be with her husband, who is 82, in the hospital in San Francisco. As wealthy as Nancy Pelosi is, she could have easily chartered her own flight but Biden made a show of providing her one as a political prop in an effort to never let an emergency go to waste.

“Before I begin, I want us to take a short pause, to send our loved Nancy and Paul Pelosi,” Biden began. “I’ve been on the phone with Nancy – arranged for her to be able to get from Washington out to see her husband. She’s on the plane now heading out there.”

He recounted that Nancy Pelosi told him that her husband was “doing okay, he went to the hospital, was operated on and he seems to be coming along well, he’s in good spirits, and the whole family’s there.”

Biden focused on the attacker allegedly chanting, “Where is Nancy, where is Nancy?” drawing a direct link between Jan. 6 rioters and the assault. That same chant was said to have been made by protesters after they breached the Capitol, heading toward Pelosi’s office.

“It was intended to be an attack on the house Nancy Pelosi lives in – the third-ranking person in the United States in line to be president,” Biden hyped. “You know, it’s reported that the same chant was used by this guy they have in custody that was used on January 6 in the attacks on the US Capitol. I’m not making this up. This has just been reported. I can’t guarantee it. I can tell you what’s been reported. The chant was, ‘Where’s Nancy, where’s, Nancy, where’s Nancy.'”

Biden called the assault “despicable.” Then he made a show of anger, railing that “There’s no place for that in America. There’s too much violence, political violence, too much hatred, too much vitriol. And what makes us state that one party can talk about stolen elections, COVID being a hoax, there’s a whole bunch of lies, and it does not affect people who may not be so well balanced?”

“What makes us think that it’s not going to corrode the political climate?” the president raged. “Enough is enough is enough. Every person of good conscience needs to clearly and unambiguously stand up against the violence in our politics, regardless of what your politics are.”

The hypocrisy in the accusation over Paul Pelosi’s attack is rich and many have noted it. No such condemnation was forthcoming over the attempted murder of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Vice President Kamala Harris also engaged in the disingenuous attempt to link the Pelosi attack to Jan. 6, according to the Daily Mail.

“And, I mean, this was an act of extreme violence. And I think we’re looking at a time in our country where there is so much discourse that is fueled by hate and division. And anyone who professes to be a leader, I think, has to really understand the meaning and the impact of their words and their posture on these things,” she proclaimed.

“I pray for Paul’s recovery. I know the Pelosis, and this is tragic. Somebody literally broke into their home, saying, ‘Where’s Nancy?’ And I strongly believe that we all, each one of us, have to speak out against hate, we have to speak out against violence, obviously, and speak to our better selves,” Harris continued.

“There is absolutely room, and it is important to have public discourse when there are disagreements about policy. But what we’ve been seeing recently is so base, in terms of reducing it down to something that I think is beneath the dignity and the intelligence of the American people,” she hypocritically spewed.

DePape is being charged with a number of things including attempted homicide, assault with a deadly weapon, elder abuse, burglary, and other felonies in relation to the attack, according to San Francisco Police Chief William Scott.

His so-called “manifesto” riled up Twitter where plenty of people had questions:

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