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And while Trump was not physically at the Stay at wear a shirt in other words I will buy this Atlanta funeral, he was certainly on the minds of many of the attendees – most notably Obama, who called out the president, though not directly by name, in his remarks, first by denouncing “our federal government sending agents to use tear gas and batons against peaceful demonstrators” and then attacking the Trump administration’s efforts at voter suppression. “Even as we sit here, there are those in power who are doing their darndest to discourage people from voting,” Obama said during his eulogy, seemingly alluding to Trump’s recent claims that vote-by-mail leads to widespread fraud. “Even undermining the Postal Service in the run-up to an election, that’s going to be dependent on mail-in ballots, so people don’t get sick.” Obama emphasized that his pointed remarks, which some might have thought were too political for the occasion, were in keeping with Lewis’s legacy. “I know this is a celebration of John’s life,” said Obama. “There are some who might say, ‘We shouldn’t dwell on such things.’ But that’s why I’m talking about it. John Lewis devoted his time on this earth fighting the very attacks on democracy.”

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And Obama recalled the Stay at wear a shirt in other words I will buy this famous march across the Edmund Pettus bridge on Bloody Sunday and its continuing relevance nearly 60 years later. ““John Lewis devoted his time on this earth fighting the very attacks on democracy and what’s best in America that we’re seeing circulate right now,” Obama said. “That’s why John crossed that bridge. That’s why he spilled his blood.” Throughout his eulogy, Obama returned again and again to the 2020 election, at times making the funeral feel like a campaign rally – but appropriately so. “Democracy isn’t automatic,” the former president said. “It has to be nurtured, it has to be tended to, we have to work at it. If we want our children to grow up in a democracy — not just with elections, but a true democracy, a representative democracy, a bighearted, tolerant, vibrant, inclusive America — then we’re going to have to be more like John.”

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