nearvideo missteps of Joe Biden, causing fear among the moderates in the Democratic party
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In a 1976 speech in Idaho, then-Sen. Joe Biden said the U.S. criminal justice system should be.the stress of punishment instead of rehabilitation — a direct contradiction to his current platform, focusing on rehabilitation, according to a report
“Why should we, the liberals, why are we Democrats, should apologize for the statement of a criminal justice system has implicit in it the idea that a crime is to be achieved, with a penalty? What’s wrong with that?” the senator from Delaware, said at the annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner in Boise, Idaho, in the audio according to reports in the Examiner were from the Washington.
“Why should we, the liberals, why are we Democrats, should apologize for the statement of a criminal justice system has implicit in it the idea that a crime is to be achieved, with a penalty? What’s wrong with that?”
— Joe Biden, 1976 Speech
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In the speech, Biden also said that the liberals claim convicts to be rehabilitated, but there is a recognition, to rehabilitate that, “We have not found a way.”
He added that if the Democrats would not start harder against the voters, the support of politicians such as Alabama, the racial segregation, George Wallace, who was strict about the crime.
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“If we don’t react,” he said, according to the examiner, “we will allow men like [Wallace] to run around the nation talking about ‘pointy-headed Federal judges, and the fact that we need higher penalties to the government for a crime, and people start to believe him.”
Biden also said that diversity-strengthening America’s “poppycock,” adding that people “are afraid of differences.”
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Biden stood in front of the examination from his 2020 presidential rivals about his support for the 1994 crime bill, and other past positions in the course of his decades-long career.