More than a dozen Democratic lawmakers skipped President Biden’s speech to attend a Joni Mitchell concert where she received the Library of Congress’ Gershwin Prize.
The lawmakers included Democratic Reps. Maxwell Frost of Florida, Earl Blumenauer of Oregon, Steve Cohen of Tennessee, Dan Kildee of Michigan, Mark Takano of California, Andy Kim of New Jersey, Katie Porter of California, Pramila Jayapal of Washington, Lloyd Doggett of Texas, Hillary Scholten of Michigan, and Greg Casar of Texas, as well as Democratic Sens.
Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, Patty Murray of Washington, and Jack Reed of Rhode Island. Meanwhile, President Biden was speaking at the House Democratic Caucus Issues Conference in Baltimore, where he declared his commitment to banning assault weapons and high capacity magazines “come hell or high water.
* More than a dozen Democratic lawmakers skipped President Biden’s speech to attend a Joni Mitchell concert.
* The lawmakers included representatives and senators from various states.
* President Biden used his speech to declare his commitment to banning assault weapons and high capacity magazines.
* The Democrats who skipped the speech missed out on this important message.
* This behavior shows a lack of respect for the president and their responsibilities as elected officials.
The behavior of the Democratic lawmakers who skipped President Biden’s speech to attend a Joni Mitchell concert is unacceptable. As elected officials, they have a responsibility to prioritize the needs of the American people over their personal interests.
President Biden used his speech to address important issues like gun control, and the fact that these Democrats missed out on this message is disappointing. This behavior shows a lack of respect for the president and his administration.
It is important that elected officials show leadership and responsibility, especially in times of crisis. All Americans deserve elected officials who prioritize their needs over their personal interests.