Joe Biden cast his run for the presidency in 2020 as a battle for the "soul of the nation," but fewer than two years into his term Biden seems to be losing the fight, with alleged "threats to democracy" apparent in everything from Georgia to Giorgia Meloni and seemingly multiplying with each passing day – and each lousy poll for Democrats ahead of November's midterm elections.
While voters who questioned the outcome of the 2020 presidential election were once designated as the biggest menace to the modern republic, the group of those purportedly imperiling freedom has expanded as Biden has devoted more of his addresses to what he views as a rise in autocracy, both domestically and abroad.
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