Listen: Joe Biden Called for ‘Revolution’ in May Podcast

First of all, the revolution will be televised. I am in negotiations with ESPN as we speak. An audio of Joe Biden from May reveals him talking about “revolutionary institutional changes” . Does he mean fundamentally transforming the United States through riots? You can decide for yourself later in this article where I post that audio.

He was making an audio for his campaign as he interviewed former presidential candidate, Andrew Yang. Biden and Yang agreed that radical changes were needed and it would take a revolution to do it.

Here is the audio:

Biden: I think we can get through this period, but the things we have to change — and I think I know you agree — we need some revolutionary institutional changes in how we do things.

Yang: Yes, Amen. It’s painful, because every passing day, more and more Americans are hitting desperate circumstances, and dire straits, and they’re feeling this inability to be more agile, every single day.

Biden: Well, we need an environment in the wake of this revolution, [where] everybody has a chance to be part of the mix, though it’s not self-evident exactly how to do that.

Here are previous statements from Joe Biden:

  • May 4: Biden calls coronavirus an “incredible opportunity … to fundamentally transform the country”
  • May 11: Biden says America needs “revolutionary institutional changes,” talks about “revolution”
  • June 2: Biden calls for America to deal with “systemic racism”
  • July 4: Biden promises to “transform” America and “rip the roots of systemic racism out of this country”
  • July 9: Biden vows an “end to the era of shareholder capitalism”
  • July 13: Biden promises “systemic” and “institutional” changes
  • July 28: Biden promises to be “one of the most progressive presidents in U.S. history”

It comes no surprise that on Monday Joe Biden was endorsed by the Revolutionary Communist Party USA and leader Bob Avakian.

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