Just How Many Bidens Are In That Brain?
It used to be Biden’s gaffes, the unintentional things he said, that made us think he might not be “all there” mentally. But now we just need to look at his intentional words that are a major concern.
Just a little over two weeks ago, the president gave his dark speech outside of Independence Hall in Philadelphia. There, he demonized his political opponents, the MAGA Republicans, and said that they pose a dangerous threat to the country.
In the work before that speech he called the same opponents “semi-fascists.”
But now, Biden is proclaiming how his presidency is out to “foster unity” in America.
It makes you wonder just how many Bidens are in that brain.
Just this week Biden held what he called: ”The United We Stand Summit: Taking Action to Prevent and Address Hate-Motivated Violence and Foster Unity.” The White House released a new fact sheet which was promoted on Twitter and by White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre (another demonizer of the Right).
Amid “hate-filled violence” over the past few years, the fact sheet emphasizes a sense of “unity.”
Here’s an example of what’s on the fact sheet:
“The Summit will put forward a shared vision for a more united America, demonstrating that the vast majority of Americans agree that there is no place for hate-fueled violence in our country, and that when Americans stand united to renew civic bonds and heal divides, we can help prevent acts of hate and violence. Today’s Summit is just the beginning of this work, and every American has a role to play in this cause. Today, President Biden will rally a whole-of-society response to prevent, respond to, and recover from hate-fueled violence, and to foster national unity.”
Unfortunately, a Harvard CAPS-Harris poll found that 60 percent of Americans believe that Biden’s speech divides the country and is holding it back.
It’s hard to know which Biden is going to show up these days.
Joe “MAGA Republicans” Biden:
“Our differences certainly don’t turn a fellow American into a sworn enemy.” pic.twitter.com/QXusIlzR3J
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) September 15, 2022