Joe Biden’s White House Jumped Off the Deep End
The White House’s most recent effort to save the midterm elections in 2022 is going disastrously wrong. During his speech, President Biden referred to MAGA Americans as a danger to democracy.
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The majority of commentators, including some liberals, argued that Biden’s statements were solely intended to further polarize the country. On the other hand, his press secretary says such a statement couldn’t be further from the truth if it tried!
Oh, so that didn’t cause any divisions. I suppose that we were only imagining it. Biden was in fact addressing the majority of the audience. Then, though, KJP did something to destroy her own case. Oh… I see. When Biden referred to Republicans as threats to democracy, Karine Jean-Pierre asserts that he was speaking for the majority of American citizens.
She asserted that it was not an attempt to sow division on the part of Biden when he slandered the millions of voters who supported Donald Trump. Then, she brought up J6 once more as evidence that people who support Trump are attacking democracy in her next argument. How many more times are Democrats going to cite that day as if it were some kind of magic bullet that proves all of their claims?
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Even fewer people in the United States are concerned about J6 these days. And everyone who is being honest understands that the vast majority of those who call themselves MAGA Republicans were not involved in what transpired on that particular day. Even President Trump spoke out against them.
Despite this, Jean-Pierre, along with a large number of other Democrats, continues to use J6 as a justification for Biden’s more autocratic-sounding remarks. When it comes down to it, what Biden is essentially saying is, Either you support me or you’re an enemy. When was the last time something like that was considered appropriate in the United States? And his press secretary is attempting to mislead us into thinking that it is not contentious by saying that it is.