Briahna Joy Gray: Biden to ‘pay the Pied Piper’ for his mid-term inaction
Briahna Joy Gray, host of the Bad Faith podcast, said President BidenJoe BidenPelosi on the eve of January 6: Capitol rioters ‘lost’ offer to stop peaceful transfer of power MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell sues Jan. 6 panel for subpoena for recordings overnight phone calls Defense and National Security – Nation marks 1 year since the Capitol Riot MORE and the Democratic Party will suffer in the midterm elections for their inaction on issues important to voters.
Gray, who joined Hill.TV’s “Rising” on Wednesday, said Biden had not used the executive orders to implement the Democratic agenda and blamed moderate Democrats for the political failures.
Old President TrumpDonald TrumpPelosi on the eve of January 6: Capitol rioters ‘lost’ offer to stop peaceful transfer of power MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell sues Jan 6 panel on subpoena for phone records Biparty Senate group organizes election call amid reform talks MORE used executive orders “to do whatever was terrifying and scared the hearts of millions of Democrats,” she said, “but suddenly Joe Biden is powerless” to take executive action on issues “that matter to people “.
“People are deeply ignorant and uninformed about the extent to which Joe Biden is really going to pay the bagpiper for this next mid-season season,” she added.
Gray said Democrats would run in the 2022 election on a message that would moderate Democrats such as Sens. Joe manchinJoe Manchin’s bipartisan Senate group is organizing an election call amid reform talks. Biden’s Jan.6 push for unity could ‘ring hollow’ in deeply divided nation Biden and Harris to speak out on Atlanta voting rights next week MORE (W.Va.) and Krysten Sinema (Arizona) are the reason the party failed to pass its program.
“This is absolute nonsense,” Gray said. Progressives must speak out and say “the problem is not just Manchin and Sinema. The problem is that Joe Biden and the Democratic Party have not embarked on these sweeping reforms that are necessary to keep this party on track. ”
Gray pointed to the failure to build better and write off student loan debt as some of Biden’s main failures so far in his presidency.