Joey Jones: Biden linking ‘crazy’ Paul Pelosi attacker to Republicans and Jan 6 ‘absolutely shameful’

As the bizarre details of the at-home attack on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband, Paul Pelosi, come to light, Fox News’s “Big Saturday Show” panel discussed President Joe Biden’s “shameful” attempt to link the deranged intruder, David DePape, to Republicans and the events of January 6, 2021.

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“You can’t condemn the violence unless you condemn those people who continue to argue the election was not real, it’s being stolen. All the malarkey being put out there,” the President stated.

“I think the response from Biden and mainstream media is basically the most predictable part of this situation,” said Lara Trump. We all knew, how long until they can draw some direct line to anything to do with Republicans, conservatives, right-wing, anything and, of course, they didn’t skip a beat, they went right there.”

“You know, no matter what, we don’t have all of the information so far, and jumping to conclusions like this does absolutely nothing good for anyone,” she said, adding, “I’m old enough to remember Joe Biden calling half the country semi-Fascist, saying we were a threat to Democracy.”

“So to all of a sudden jump to this conclusion–” she continued, “Very predictable, totally unhelpful, we don’t have all the information, but for Democrats to jump out there and try and suggest that somehow Republicans, Trump, January 6th — any of it is to blame– is, of course, ridiculous.”

As BizPac Review reported, a woman who says she is the daughter of DePape claimed he has a “monster” in him.

“He did genuinely try to be a good person,” Inti Gonzalez said in a blog post, “but the monster in him was always too strong for him to be safe to be around. He grew up in an intensely abusive home.”

But the media largely ignored the fact that the man is clearly disturbed, and instead focused on his Facebook page, where he “posted memes and conspiracy theories about Covid, the 2020 election, and the 1/6 attack.”

Columnist David Webb noted that extremists, by definition, are “outside the norm” and hold “multiple ideologies.”

“Here we are ten days from the elections and it’s important for Democrats to bring up the specter of race, the specter of MAGA, as they see it. I don’t see MAGA as a ‘specter,’ personally. What’s wrong with make America great again? But this is bringing up something as a negative when they are looking to lose,” said David Webb. “And this is what they are doing all across the country. This is a moment they’re going to use as much as they can this weekend, and frankly, it is a lie to say ‘it is one or the other.’ Extremists are outside the norm, and this guy has multiple ideologies.”

It was co-host Joey Jones who really drove the point home.

“I can’t not go back to President Biden’s words a few minutes ago,” he said. “Let’s be completely clean-spoken about this. This has everything to do with the midterms in a week and a half.”

“I mean, they’ve got, hopefully abortion for them in their minds and they’ve got January 6th and the idea that anyone that wants a secure election wants to overturn an election,” he continued. “It’s all they have to run on. They don’t have a policy they can put out there. They don’t have an accomplishment they can put out there.”

“So what Biden do?” he asked. “He uses this is an opportunity, which is absolutely shameful, to spin it back to January 6th and that’s as much as he has to say about it.”

“At the end of the day, the party that had Paul Ryan pushing Grandma off a cliff, the party that called Republicans hateful and bigots for wanting to protect children from sexualized drag shows, the party that showed up at a Supreme Court Justice’s house with a fake baby covered in blood to talk about how great abortion was, can say nothing about inciting violence through political rhetoric,” he stated.

For Jones, this is a matter of the First Amendment.

“We live in a country that just doesn’t protect free speech, we absolutely celebrate it,” he said. “Sometimes that means burning someone in effigy, sometimes it means being grotesque in a protest, and none of those things are great, but they’re celebrated and protected. And to try to link this crazy man’s actions back to a political movement, it’s shameful.”

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