Princeton professor Eddie Gladue tells Joe Biden to ‘be brave’ to ‘save the republic’

Talking to the President doesn’t happen every day, and Princeton professor Eddie Glaude tells it The new abnormals Molly Jong-Fast said he didn’t let the depth of the situation stop him from telling “the most powerful man in the world” that he had a chance to “inaugurate a new America.”

Glaude, African American Studies expert and host of the History is US Podcast, said Americans must speak out loud for democracy or risk the country sliding backwards.

“What I saw during President Biden’s first term is that our problem in this country goes much deeper than just the illiberalism of the Republican Party or the violence of Trumpism. It cuts much deeper than that. It goes all the way to the Democratic Party, to ordinary people who are willing to be complicit in their silence. So we still have so much to do if we want to save the republic,” he said.

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“I’ve watched the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act languish in Congress. I watched the attack on the critical race theory. I’ve seen Don’t Say Gay legislation, seen Roe V Wade about to fall, and I’ve seen this really was a total attack on the revolutions of the mid-20th century. That we wanted back, that there was this nostalgic longing, and of course the focus was on the January 6th uprising, and you hear ‘Stop the Steal’ and you know, ‘We’re going to take back our country.'”

“[Biden] was the first vice president of the first African American president, he is the first president to have had the first African American vice president. He could usher in a new America, change the country’s center of gravity, if he dared be bold.

“The scale of the problems we are facing calls for a response at scale,” he said.

Additionally, Beast contributor Francisco Alvarado joins the group to discuss his coverage of an ongoing petition in Nebraska requiring people to show their ID in elections. A police investigation has been triggered over allegations that petition distributors have been fraudulently collecting signatures. And who is funding the Voter ID campaign? None other than Marlene Ricketts — the billionaire co-owner of the Chicago Cubs and mother of Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts.

“She donated $376,000 last July, and that’s basically what the [voter ID] The committee is running and working all the time,” Alvarado said.

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