Biden Plays Race Card To Gain Trump-Country Voters? He’s NUTS

President Joe Biden’s commitment to Pennsylvania, a crucial swing state, was evident as he made his third visit this year, dedicating his time on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to volunteer at a local food bank in Philadelphia. This follows his recent endeavors in the state, where he met with small business owners alongside Gov. Josh Shapiro and Sen. Bob Casey, and delivered a significant speech near Valley Forge, emphasizing the democratic threats he perceives from former President Donald Trump.

During his recent visit, Biden engaged in hands-on service at Philabundance, a food bank where he and First Lady Jill Biden have been volunteering for the past two MLK holidays. Notably, this time, Biden chose not to interact with the media, focusing instead on the task at hand – packing apples and other produce.

Biden’s presence in Pennsylvania is more than just a series of visits; it’s a strategic move highlighting the state’s importance in the political landscape. Pennsylvania, known for its swing-state status, played a pivotal role in recent elections. Trump clinched the state in 2016, but Biden swung it back in the Democrats’ favor in 2020. The president’s frequent trips to Pennsylvania, including his recent engagement in community service, underscore his focus on maintaining a strong foothold in this key state.

Biden’s actions align with his broader race-provoking agenda, as he commemorated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through a statement on social media. He reflected on King’s deep-seated moral mission, urging a commitment to his path, beyond just civil and voting rights. This aligns with Biden’s approach to framing himself as the “anti-racist” candidate.

The significance of Biden’s visits to Pennsylvania goes beyond mere statistics. As the president has made more trips to this state than any other since taking office, it reflects a calculated effort to nurture and solidify his support base in a region critical for electoral success. The latest polls from Quinnipiac University show Biden slightly leading the likely Republican nominee in Pennsylvania, indicating the potential impact of his sustained engagement with the state’s constituents.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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