The most likely candidate from the Democratic party of the United States Joe Biden once again left his home to go to the protests that erupted due to the death of black men in Wilmington (Delaware), writes Politico.
This is the second time in a week when the politician left the walls of his residence where on the isolation of coronavirus pandemic in the country. Monday, may 25, for the first time in two and a half month Biden took part in a public event, visiting with his wife Jill a memorial to the fallen soldiers in the Park near his home in Delaware.
In his Instagram account, the politician posted a picture of him in a mask kneeling on the contrary the black man and child. Biden also added the photo stories, where former Vice-President of the United States photographed and communicates with other people in masks.
“We are a nation suffering from pain, but we must not allow this pain to destroy us. We are a nation in anger, but we can’t let our rage consume us. We exhausted, but we will not allow our exhaustion to defeat us,” wrote Biden under the photo. The politician also said that all experienced the pain must be aimed at a common goal. “And as President, I will help lead that conversation — and more importantly, I will listen as well as I did today, visiting the site of yesterday’s protest in Wilmington”, — he promised.
Earlier the politician explained the protests that erupted in the United States. “To argue against such cruelty is right and necessary. This is a purely American response,” wrote Biden. However, he condemned the brutality that was shown by the demonstrators.
In dozens of US cities pass protest actions, accompanied by riots, vandalism and attacks on police. It all started after the death in Minneapolis of a black guard to George Floyd, who died after a rough arrest. The police dragged him out of the car and laid on the pavement, one of them crushed the neck of the citizen’s knee. Floyd began to complain that he can’t breathe. The man was taken to hospital where he died shortly thereafter.
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