“More than three months ago I stood on the stage in South Carolina and told the American people that we had been dropped, counted and left behind. There was a campaign for each of them. Being and has suffered so much, ”Biden said in a statement. “Many feel that we are suffering from the public health and economic crisis that is causing us to weather. Many have been felt and left behind by a society that has long seen them as less than equal, less valued as their lives.”
He added: “It has been an honor for me to be competing alongside some of the most talented parties the Democratic Party has ever fielded – and I’m proud to say that we participated in this general election as a united party. I’m going to spend every bit. From now on, November 2 is the day to fight for the American vote, so that we can come together and win the battle for the soul of this nation and ensure that everyone gets there when we restructure our economy. “
The moment comes when the coronavirus epidemic postponed most of the early stages scheduled for April and May and stopped broadcasting in person.
Seven states – Indiana, Maryland, Montana, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and South Dakota – as well as Washington, D.C., held preliminary presidential elections last Tuesday, from which Biden received a large portion of delegates. He is expected to earn more this coming Tuesday if the Georgia and West Virginia preliminary competitions are held.
“‘I can’t breathe. I can’t breathe.’ “George Floyd’s last words, but they didn’t die with him. They’re still heard. They’re echoing across the country.”
“They’re talking about a country where your skin color often puts your life at risk. They’re talking about a nation where more than 100,000 people have lost their lives to the virus and 40 million Americans have filed for unemployment – one by one.” And the number of deaths and job losses organized within the minority community is relatively high, ”Biden said. “And they’re talking to a nation where millions of people die every day, not at the moment of losing their lives – but at the time of their lives – saying to themselves, ‘I can’t breathe.’