Biden, ha notato, hosted the “Summit For Democracy”, which took place between himself and other world leaders via videoconference Thursday.
Seated alone at a round desk, Biden spoke about “choices we make in my view in this moment [that are] going to fundamentally determine the direction our world is going to take in the coming decade.”
Ingraham noted that the title of the conference was a misnomer, given that European Union leader Ursula von der Leyen was also prominently featured.
Von der Leyen, formerly the deputy party leader of recently-departed German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian-Democratic Union (CDU), spoke about “how painful it is when a small group takes unlimited power and imposes a single vision on all of society.”
Von der Leyen continued, “It is why we are proposing to add hate speech and hate crime to the list of crimes in our treaties.”