Biden breaks ‘unity’ vow once again, calls Trump supporters extremists

Then-candidate Joe Biden promised and vowed time and time again during his 2020 campaign that his administration would be built on a foundation of unity, while his liberal media allies pushed the narrative that by electing Biden, the “adults” would be back in the White House.

Clearly, the nation now sees that such promises were nothing but lies, as not only is the nation more divided than ever before, but President Biden has resorted to attacking millions of Americans with whom he disagrees, politically, despite vowing to bring everyone together, as Breitbart reported.

Biden’s most egregious example of promoting division came just last week, as during one of his gaffe-filled speeches, he slammed millions of Trump supporters as “the most extreme political organization,” referring to “that MAGA crowd.”

As Breitbart noted, Biden’s assertion means that he believes Trump supporters are “more extreme than the Ku Klux Klan, the Nation of Islam, and even the murderous neo-Nazis who marched in Charlottesville.”

“Ultra-MAGA”

The president also referred to what he believes is an “extreme” agenda in Sen. Rick Scott’s (R-FL) so-called “Ultra-MAGA Agenda.”

As with most things Biden says these days, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was forced to clarify the president’s words, explaining that he meant the “extreme comments and extreme positions that are, unfortunately, overtaking far too much of the [Republican] party.”

In Joel Pollak’s Breibart piece, he noted that while Biden has broken his “unity” promise before, this time has a different feel to it.

“But in this latest attack, Biden has crossed a line. He is no longer simply advocating a divisive policy, or using a divisive analogy,” Pollak wrote. “He is attacking millions of Republicans directly — and doing so while actual violent extremists, from his own side of the political aisle, attacked police in the streets of Los Angeles to oppose the overturning of Roe v. Wade.”

Threats against justices

Pollak was referring to the White House’s seeming refusal to condemn the growing national calls for protesters to protest outside of the private residences of the conservative justices on the Supreme Court, following what appeared to be an orchestrated, tactical “leak” of a draft resolution showing that the court will overturn Roe v. Wade.

Leading the charge is a nasty leftist group known as Ruth Sent Us, which published the home addresses of the conservative SCOTUS justices, and pushed supporters to take a stand outside of the homes of what they labeled “extremist” justices.

So far, the White House has refused to condemn such violent suggestions and rhetoric, leaving America’s own Supreme Court justices in great peril as the Democrats smirk and stand by.

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