‘I Will Concede That Point’: Dick Durbin Admits Biden Went ‘Too Far’ In Speech Comparing Political Opponents To Traitors, Segregationists

‘I Will Concede That Point’: Dick Durbin Admits Biden Went ‘Too Far’ In Speech Comparing Political Opponents To Traitors, Segregationists


Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL) conceded Wednesday that President Joe Biden might have taken his rhetoric a bit too far when he compared his political opponents to traitors and segregationists during his speech in Georgia the day before.

Durbin joined CNN anchor Jake Tapper on Wednesday’s broadcast of “The Lead” to discuss the bill Biden had gone to Georgia to promote — which would implement a sweeping overhaul of federal elections — and Senate Democratic leadership’s plan to scrap or at least modify the filibuster in order to get it passed.

Tapper began with Biden’s own words from his speech: “Do you want to be on the side of Dr. King or George Wallace? Do you want to be on the side of John Lewis or Bull

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