The Democrats Are Hellbent on Creating Division in the US

"Joe Biden" by Gage Skidmore

During one of his speeches on Thursday, President Biden may have gone a bit overboard with his claims. He stated anyone challenging the results of the 2020 election is an “extremist,” effectively demonizing a large portion of the overall population in the US.

According to Biden, the things we’re currently experiencing in the US aren’t normal. For once, he’s actually right, albeit for all the wrong reasons, as we probably wouldn’t be in such a high inflation climate if his administration just reacted on time.

“Joe Biden” by Gage Skidmore

Biden chooses to demonize millions of Americans over a “unity” agenda

Unfortunately, our president’s hubris is unmatched.

He’s willing to blame just about everything on the MAGA crowd, instead of owning up to his mistakes, going as far as claiming Trump’s agenda is a threat to the foundation of this once beautiful country.

It’s certainly true that the GOP is showing significant dedication to pushing Trump as a political candidate in 2024.

Yet, there’s nothing to support his wild claims that MAGA supporters are extremists, save for a few isolated cases that practically mean nothing to the bigger picture.

Additionally, he claimed the right-wing crowd thrives on anger and chaos, almost as if the 2020 riots weren’t caused by none other than the supporters of his party.

They were sworn Democrats willing to do anything for the “woke” agenda, even if it means turning a blind eye to actual criminals among them.

Soon after what he said though, Biden seemed to have snapped out of it, adding he by no means believes “every Republican” is like this. He was only referring to those in support of former President Trump.

The approval rating speaks for itself

However, Biden seems to have forgotten just how embarrassingly low his approval rating has gotten. Oddly enough, Biden wasn’t the one to kick off this largely divisive topic.

He was merely following after White House’s press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, who claimed everyone who doesn’t share the same viewpoint as the majority can be called an “extremist”.

Not only is this categorically untrue, but it’s hanging on the false premise that a majority of Americans actually agree with the stuff Biden’s saying. This is an unattainable pipe dream for the Biden administration, especially right now when midterms are around the corner.

The Biden administration is also quick to throw “alternate facts” at the largely-Democratic crowd during rallies, doing everything in its power to portray Biden’s presidency as a success, even though there’s irrefutable evidence that the exact opposite is the case.

In fact, Biden had the nerve to claim our economy is faster and stronger than any other in the world right now, almost as if we haven’t experienced two negative quarters in a row.

Had the White House not changed the official definition of a recession, we’d be well on our way to having one in 2023. This would surely mark Biden’s presidency as one with the most negative impact on this country.

This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.