Revolutionary Communist Party Endorses Joe Biden for President
Says Democrat Biden is essential part of 'struggle against this fascist regime'
The Revolutionary Communist Party USA has officially endorsed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for president.
Bob Avakian, the head of the pro-communism group is urging members to head to the polls in November to vote for former Vice President Biden.
Avakian argues that while Biden still represents a “murderous system of capitalism-imperialism,” he is a better choice for his comrades than President Donald Trump.
He sent a lengthy email to his followers to announce the endorsement, which was also posted on the Revolutionary Communist Party USA’s website.
Ousting Trump from the White House was too important of a goal, Avakian insists.
“At this critical hour, every appropriate means of non-violent action must be utilized to remove this regime from power,” Avakian writes.
“And if, in spite of mass protest demanding the removal of the Trump/Pence regime, this regime remains in power when it is time for voting, then — without placing fundamental reliance on this — using all appropriate means to work for the removal of this regime must include voting against Trump (assuming the election is actually held),” Avakian continues.
“To be clear, this means not a 'protest vote' for some candidate who has no chance of winning, but actually voting for the Democratic Party candidate, Biden, in order to effectively vote against Trump," he added.
The Trump campaign responded to the Revolutionary Communist Party’s endorsement of Biden by saying in a statement:
Biden deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield just this morning made clear that “everybody who believes that Joe Biden should be president” is “welcome into this campaign.”
That now includes Bob Avakian, the radical founder and leader of the Revolutionary Communist Party who just endorsed Joe Biden and instructed fellow communists to support Biden in the election.
Avakian once faced serious charges of rioting and assault for protesting in favor of Chinese communist Mao Zedong’s bloody and brutal regime.
Avakian also titled his memoirMy Journey from Mainstream America To Revolutionary Communist.
“Bob Avakian has taken the whole idea and conception of communism to another level,” one of his admirers once wrote.
Avakian’s endorsement further demonstrates that Joe Biden is an empty vessel for the radical left.
Indeed, Biden is seriously considering communist Rep. Karen Bass to be his running mate.
Bass praised Fidel Castro, traveled to Cuba many times as part of a radical communist revolutionary group that trained in terrorist tactics, and eulogized a Communist Party USA member as her “mentor” in 2017.
This is who Biden may put a heartbeat away from the presidency.
Joe Biden is too weak to be president and too weak to stand up to the radical left.
He’s nothing more than an empty vessel for the extremist fringe of the Democrat Party, a terrifying cabal which now includes active communist leaders.
The endorsement from the Revolutionary Communist Party is not the first far-left fringe endorsement that Biden has received, however.
Earlier this summer, “Marxist activist Angela Davis told a Russian-state propaganda media organization that presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden would be easier to pressure into caving to the demands of the radical Left than President Donald Trump,” The Daily Wire reported.
“I don’t see this election as being about choosing a candidate who will be able to lead us in the right direction,” Davis told RT.
“It will be about choosing a candidate who can be most effectively pressured into allowing more space for the evolving anti-racist movement.”
“Biden is very problematic in many ways, he is not only in terms of his past and the role that he played in pushing toward mass incarceration, but he’s indicated that he is opposed to disbanding the police and this is definitely what we need,” Davis continued.
“We need to re-conceptualize the very notion of public safety, but, I say ‘but,’ Biden is far more likely to take mass demands seriously, far more likely than the current occupant of the White House.”
Davis concluded, “So, that this coming November, the election will ask us not so much to vote for the best candidate but to vote for or against ourselves.
"And to vote for ourselves, I think, means that we will have to campaign for and vote for Biden.”