Mr. Unity is at it again.
Of course, Biden has been anything but unifying over the course of this presidency, which should come as a surprise to no one after he barely left his basement over the entire duration of his so-called presidential campaign.
And, at a recent DNC event, Biden has revealed, yet again, that his principal platform is division, given that he has literally no excuses for every other adverse development that has ensued over the course of his presidency – from raging inflation to international war.
“We’re facing a defining moment. We must with one overwhelming, unified voice speak, as a country and say there’s no place for voter intimidation or political violence in America,” Biden drawled.
Oh, sure, Mr. President.
What he leaves out is the fact that the government’s disturbing collusion with Big Tech is precisely why there is “one overwhelming, unified voice” in the lamestream media … all other viewpoints are censored.
And, rather than address the most pressing concerns of Americans, Biden, rather incredibly, remained fixated on 2020.
“It’s estimated that more than 300 [Republican] election deniers are on the ballot all across America this year,” Biden boomed.
Hm. Election “deniers” … or those who dare to question somewhat implausible events? Which is it, Mr. President?
Clearly following the “lead” of far-left CNN, Biden turned his attention back to none other than Trump.
“[The] overwhelming majority of Americans believe our democracy is at risk, that our democracy is under threat [because] the defeated former President of the United States refused to accept the results of the 2020 election,” Biden boomed.
Eh, 50 percent correct, at best, Mr. President.
Americans certainly do believe that democracy is indeed at risk … though these risks are certainly not attributed to Trump.
On the contrary, they are attributed to Big Tech censorship, mandatory lockdowns, and a number of other activities that fall squarely in the camp of the Democrats.
Nonetheless, Biden prattled on about all kinds of alleged “violence” against different officials, claiming that
“This violence against Democrats, Republicans, and nonpartisan officials just doing their jobs are the consequence of lies told for power and profit. Lies repeated over and over to generate a cycle of anger, hate, vitriol, and even violence,” Biden boomed.
“Lies repeated over and over.” Right.
Like the real origins of COVID, Mr. President? Like about the recession, Mr. President? Considering that even the Washington Post has fact-checked Biden, he might want to dial down the rhetoric on “lies” … unless he is obliquely referring to his own administration.
And he continued his drivel in Florida, in a rather ineffectual effort to defeat Ron DeSantis, whose response to the pandemic vastly supersedes that of Biden’s.
“When the folks who are of the ilk that the guy Charlie is running against began to rear their heads en masse, I changed my mind,” Biden boomed.
Good luck, Biden. If anything, his antics in Florida will further empower DeSantis’s anticipated shellacking of the Dems.
Incredibly, Biden had the nerve to liken DeSantis to a fascist extremist.
“You know, remember what happened down in Virginia, when those folks came out of the fields, carrying torches – and carrying not only torches, but also swastikas? Not a joke. I mean, it’s hard to remember and believe it – as well as making sure that they had white supremacists with them,” Biden boomed.
Nice try, Biden, but DeSantis was not even yet governor during the time of the Charlottesville chaos.
Then again, what else is to be expected from a president who thinks the United States has 54 states?
Said president continues to blither on about nonsense, none of which helps his case in Florida.
“And seeing the same antisemitic chanting, the same antisemitic bile that was chanted in Germany in the ‘30s. And my predecessor was asked, ‘What do you think?’ And he said, ‘There are very good people on both sides.’ And the Republican Party basically remained silent,” Biden brayed.
Right, Biden. Keep on dredging up the past to deflect from an inexcusably governed present.
Ronna Romney McDaniel, who serves as the Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman, certainly noted Biden’s reticence in addressing real issues.
“Joe Biden promised unity but has instead demonized and smeared Americans, while making life more expensive for all. While Republicans remain focused on the issues that matter most to voters, Biden and Democrats are flailing in the final days because they have lost touch with the concerns of families struggling to get by,” McDaniel remarked in disbelief.
No kidding. Especially when families are still reeling from the pandemic.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy also blasted Biden’s brazen deflection, which is an incredibly cheap move just before the midterm elections.
“President Biden is trying to divide and deflect at a time when America needs to unite – because he can’t talk about his policies that have driven up the cost of living,” McCarthy declared.
Incredibly, perhaps one of Biden’s most recent brazen claims is that all of his rhetoric isn’t about him.
“This is not about me … It’s about the durability of our democracy,” Biden boomed.
Says the man installed in the Oval Office purely to sow chaos and discord.
With a helping hand from his son’s “friends” overseas … all of whom appear suspiciously emboldened now.
Wonder why …
Author: Jane Jones