Did Joe Biden just compare Martin Luther King to George Floyd? No, he did not - he did even worse than that. In a highly political speech, Biden actually said criminal, drug dealing thug George Floyd's impact was greater than unity seeking, civil rights pioneer King's - see for yourself below - you can't make this stuff up. President Joe Biden targeted Republican state legislatures passing election security laws in his speech marking Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, using his address memorializing the slain civil rights leader to attack his rivals and push his federal voting legislation. Biden called on elected officials to make "clear where they stand" on voting reform after his most recent endeavor to enact the federal legislation collapsed last week amid inter-Democratic Party squabbling. [tweet_embed] January 19, 2022[/tweet_embed] He likened today's struggle over how to provide free and fair elections to King's hard-fought battle for parity and said the January 6 Capitol riot was evidence that attacks on democracy from the Right "are real." But he slipped in a compliment to George Floyd somehow - using his name and King's in the same breath should be blasphemous but in the Democrat's pandering to BLM it is right on script. "Vice President Harris and I visited Atlanta, Georgia, the cradle of civil rights in America," Biden began, referring to his trip early last week. [tweet_embed] January 19, 2022[/tweet_embed] "We paused and prayed at the crypt of Dr. and Mrs. King, we met members of their family...we met students who are changing the world just like generations of young people before them had done that -- in fact, Dr. King was just one of those young people." Biden said King was a "15-year-old student at Morehouse College" when he started a path to a "promise that holds that we're all created equal and deserve to be treated equally throughout our lives." "Dr. King wasn't just a dreamer of that promise, he was a doer. And on this federal holiday that honors him, it's not just enough to praise him. We must commit to his unfinished work, to deliver jobs and justice, to protect the sacred right to vote, the right from which all other rights flow," he added. The President shifted to a fiercer tone as he blames Republicans for "attacking" American democracy over their election security measures and once again conjured the deadly insurrection at the United States Capitol. [tweet_embed] January 19, 2022[/tweet_embed] "Attack (sic) on our democracy is real, from the January 6 insurrection to the onslaught of Republicans' anti-voting laws in a number of states. It's no longer just about who gets to vote. It's about who gets to count the vote, and whether your vote counts at all," Biden said. [tweet_embed] January 19, 2022[/tweet_embed] He said GOP efforts to strengthen security at the ballot box were about "two things: voter suppression and election subversion." "In his time, through his courage, his conviction, his commitment, Dr. King held a mirror up to America and forced us to answer the question: Where do we stand? Whose side are we on?" Biden said. [tweet_embed] January 19, 2022[/tweet_embed] "We’re in another moment right now, where the mirror is being held up to America, being held up again. The question being asked again: Where do we stand? Whose side are we on? Will we stand against voter suppression, yes or no? Will we stand against election subversion, yes or no?"