“What we’re seeing now is the beginning or the death knell of an extreme MAGA philosophy. It’s not just Trump, it’s the entire philosophy that underpins the – I’m going to say something, it’s like semi-fascism.” – Joe Biden
According to the mainstream media and Democrats, President Biden is on the comeback trail with a “string of wins‘ and is making a bid to solidify the base and unify the country with him ahead of the all-important 2022 midterm elections.
Wait, unify the country? That’s not what he sounded like he was doing when he hit the stump last week.
As we previously reported, Biden told a group of Democratic donors in Maryland Thursday that “What we’re seeing now is the beginning or the death knell of an extreme MAGA philosophy. It’s not just Trump, it’s the entire philosophy that underpins the – I’m going to say something, it’s like semi-fascism.”
Later, during a campaign rally, condemned “MAGA Republicans” who he said could not accept the results of the 2020 presidential election. Biden also proclaimed that “I respect conservative Republicans. I don’t respect these MAGA Republicans.” He noted during the same speech that “There are not many real Republicans anymore” though he did mention he liked the kind of Republican who Democrats “can deal with” (translation: walk all over) like Republican-In-Name-Only Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan:
Biden: “There are not many real Republicans anymore. By the way, your sitting governor [Hogan], he’s a Republican you can deal with … I respect conservative Republicans. I don’t respect these MAGA Republicans” pic.twitter.com/OQ6F8gr53z
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) August 26, 2022
When he was asked the next day what he meant by “semi-fascism,” Biden demurred:
"What do you mean by semi-fascism, sir?"
Biden, smirking: "You know what I mean." pic.twitter.com/hMJk2GpSmv
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) August 26, 2022
In this moment, those who love this country—Democrats, Independents and mainstream Republicans—must be stronger, more determined, and more committed to saving America than MAGA Republicans are committed to destroying America.
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) August 27, 2022
Biden’s comments trashing “MAGA Republicans” came on the heels of Florida Democratic gubernatorial nominee Charlie Crist telling a reporter that he didn’t want the votes of anyone who supported his opponent, Gov. Ron DeSantis, because they have “hate in their hearts”:
“Those who support the governor should stay with him and vote for him and I don’t want your vote. If you have that hate in your heart, keep it there. I want the vote of the people of Florida who care about our state: good Democrats, good Independents, good Republicans. Unify with this ticket. Those who are haters: you’re gonna go off in your own world.”
Crist: "Those who support DeSantis should stay with him and vote for him and I don't want your vote. If you have that hate in your heart, keep it there." pic.twitter.com/S0B93bw52i
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) August 24, 2022
Just days earlier, on the eve of the New York state primary, Gov. Kathy Hochul advised her Republican opponent, Rep. Lee Zeldin, and his supporters to “get out of town” and go to Florida, telling them they “were not New Yorkers”:
NY Gov. Kathy Hochul Tells Trump & Supporters to Leave the State 😂🤡
“Get out of town because you do not represent our values. You are not New Yorkers.” 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/5PlM3Jkwl4
— ☢️ Ultra Nuclear MAGA KC 3.0 🇺🇸 (@KCPayTreeIt) August 26, 2022
Hochul’s comments were reminiscent of those made by then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who said in 2014 that conservative Republicans “have no place in the state of New York.”
The basis for Biden’s, Crist’s, and Hochul’s comments were, in part, Republicans who questioned the 2020 presidential election results, which is something we’ve been repeatedly told is a threat to our very democracy and should not be tolerated.
And yet in the same speech Biden gave to Maryland Democrat voters, he said Democrats needed to strengthen their majorities so “no one has the opportunity to steal an election again”:
Freudian slip? Joe Biden he wants to "make sure no one has the opportunity to steal an election AGAIN." pic.twitter.com/6FYdBgpELP
— MRCTV (@mrctv) August 26, 2022
And strangely, Hochul didn’t order failed 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton out of New York, either, despite her continued claims going on for six years now that former President Donald Trump “stole” the election, a point Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) made in his own way on Fox News, as reported by the liberally biased crowd at The Recount:
In response to President Biden calling MAGA Republicanism "semi-fascism," Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) says "it's Joe Biden and the Democratic Party who, for instance, refused to accept that Hillary Clinton lost the election in 2016."
Objectively, this never actually happened. pic.twitter.com/5C9peoqAt7
— The Recount (@therecount) August 26, 2022
As for Crist, if he doesn’t want the votes of so-called “election deniers,” he might want to bow out considering a good chunk of the state’s Democrats still believe the 2000 election was “stolen” from Al Gore.
I could go on and on, but I think the point has been made.
Amazingly, the Washington Post painted Biden’s “semi-fascism” swipe at conservatives as a “reflection of [a] newly aggressive Biden strategy,” apparently forgetting that Nasty Biden is who Biden actually is, as evidenced, for example, by his deplorable Georgia speech earlier this year where he suggested those who opposed his agenda were no better than the racist Democrats of yesteryear (some of whom he once bragged about working with).
So just who are the intolerant ones again?
.@KathyHochul says to republicans Get out of the state
Who are the extremists?
Who are the fascists?
Who are the intolerant? https://t.co/O0xea7wgMh
— Mémé Is Back 😘🇺🇸 (@menina_anjo74) August 26, 2022
I think we have our answer.
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