Biden’s Horrible Speech Allegedly Written by Vanderbilt University Prof
“professor of political science and co-chair of the Vanderbilt Project on Unity and Democracy”
Professor Jonathan Turley is the one who initially pointed this out.
Campus Reform reports:
Biden’s divisive democracy speech allegedly authored by Vanderbilt professor
President Joe Biden’s Sept. 1 speech, condemned by conservatives as being one of the most divisive remarks delivered by a sitting president, was allegedly penned in part by a Vanderbilt professor.
Jon Meacham, a Vanderbilt University professor of political science and co-chair of the Vanderbilt Project on Unity and Democracy, was one of the authors of the speech, according to Jonathan Turley, a Shapiro Professor of Public Interest Law at George Washington University
During the remarks, Biden pointed the finger at Republican voters as being a “threat” to democracy and labeled the political group as ‘angry’ and “thrive[s] on chaos.”
“But there is no question that the Republican Party today is dominated, driven, and intimidated by Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans, and that is a threat to this country,” Biden said.
The inflammatory language referred to “Republicans” 16 times, “MAGA” 13 times, and named former President Donald Trump three times.
Turley exposed in a Sept. 4 Twitter threat that the rhetoric matches Meacham’s history of insulting Republican voters.
Meacham’s alleged role in writing the speech was “hardly surprising,” according to Turley,
In 2020, Meacham alleged that voters who cast their ballot for Trump suffer from “lizard brains” during an NBC segment following the second presidential debate.
Professor and NBC analyst Jon Meacham was reportedly one of the authors of Biden's controversial MAGA speech. https://t.co/5PKoGZapEC If so, the inflammatory rhetoric is hardly surprising. Meacham has called all Trump voters as relying on "lizard brains." https://t.co/gqi6io0JzH
— Jonathan Turley (@JonathanTurley) September 4, 2022
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“Unity and democracy?” “Professor” Meacham, I don’t think those words mean what you think they mean…
As evidenced by that Fourth Reich speech.
There will be unity when we all capitulate to permanent progressive rule. What else did you think unity meant?
Ah, unity through subjugation. That explains the Fourth Reich speech of Biden.
Should we pack now for the camps?
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Gird your loins and give it a read. It is a howler!
There are three kinds of Stupid (in ascending order):
2. Incredibly Stupid.
and the winner is (*envelope please!*)
1. Jon Meacham Vanderbilt University Professor of Political Science Stupid.
“Project on Unity and Democracy” — well, that’s not subtle.
Do tell us, Professor of History, is there any history of a “people” uniting behind a Maximum Leader who is the Voice of the Volk; excluding others who disagree as impurities to be purged.
How does that work out? The Glorious Revolution worked out pretty well for Trotsky, until it didn’t. Hey, nothing lasts forever.
I do wonder, is Professor Unity’s study of history learning results and consequences, or finding blueprints to follow?
While I’m asking: What of intentional Maximum Leaders, bent on dissolving an inconvenient people and constituting another? This is “democratic” in the examples we have — China under Mao, Stalin, North Korea, now Venezuela come to mind. They preserve at least one more than they purge, so anything goes. So, that’s good, right?
Asking for 75,000,000 friends.
Turley did something we should do more of. Find the source of the words they rant and chant. They’re meme-fonts in the main, recruited to spread battlespace prep crafted by others.
It used to be Neanderthal was the stock insult leveled at republicans. But SCIENCE revealed most Caucasians carry 2-4% Neadertal genes. Something like that.
Meacham probably scored a 4% – which makes him genetically Neanderthal-rich. So, that insult is rendered useless. HURRAH SCIENCE!
Lizard brain is a Darwinian-evolutionary insult of …some sort! I suppose it’s the new ‘learned’ way of calling whole groups of people retards or window-lickers. Next thing you know we’ll be growing tails and flicking our tongues. Dehumanize the enemy. Make them lesser than fullly – authentically – Human. Such things make it easier when it comes time to ….
Homo Neanderthalensis are thought to have no lesser intelligence than early Homo Sapiens. In fact, the pure species form are thought to have gone extinct due to infertility but as mentioned in your post, some of their DNA “melded” into the Homo Sapien gene pool due to slight reproductive compatibility with our species.
“In 2020, Meacham alleged that voters who cast their ballot for Trump suffer from “lizard brains”
All too true.
But the lizard brains we suffer from are theirs.
I, myself welcome the coming benevolent rule of our Reptilian Alien Overlords.
Most of the whackademic historians I have ever met are leftist nimrods who suffer from serious rectocranial impaction. Every evil in the world is ascribed to something other than the factual basis of what happened. For example, Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor was caused by America’s racism—I actually heard that as an undergrad. The entire class erupted in laughter and the prof left humiliated. Took another history course in Ancient Egypt and that prof tried to turn everything into a feminist fantasy. I don’t think Tutankhamen ever heard of Gloria Steinem, but the prof got all of her garbage regurgitated back to her and I got my “A” and never took another history course.
Meacham is touted as a “Presidential Historian”, and we know all about their records. Meacham is the Julius Streicher of the current Democrat party, while Doris “Queen Plagiarist” Kearns Goodwin is as serious a historian as a romance novelist writing for the old Harlequin series. Either way, it’s nice to know that “historian” now means “BS Artist”.