“too often we see each other as enemies, not as neighbors. As Democrats or Republicans, not as fellow Americans. We’ve become too divided.”
Joe Biden is apparently very concerned about how divided we have become politically, as a people. That’s nice. Has he forgotten about his ‘red’ speech, in which he accused half of the country of being fascists?
His new message seems too little, too late.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Biden hopes Christmas will ‘drain the poison that has infected our politics’
President Joe Biden is calling on the country to “spread a little bit of kindness” this Christmas season in hopes of easing the partisan tensions plaguing U.S. politics.
Biden donned his “uniter-in-chief” hat during his annual Christmas address, delivered from the White House on Thursday, and stated that “Christmas has always been the season of hope.”
“We’re here on this Earth to care for one another, to look out for one another, to love one another. The message of Christmas is always important, especially important through tough times like the ones we’ve been through the past few years,” the president said.
“The messages of hope, love, peace and joy: They’re also universal. It speaks to all of us,” he continued. “This Christmas, let’s spread a little kindness.”
Biden specifically said that over the past few years, “too often we see each other as enemies, not as neighbors. As Democrats or Republicans, not as fellow Americans. We’ve become too divided.”
Here’s the video:
CNN: Joe Biden Gives Christmas Address ‘I Hope This Christmas Season Drains Poison that Infected Our Politics’ pic.twitter.com/YK7SuntQEw
— Alexandra Datig | Front Page Index 🇺🇸 (@alexdatig) December 22, 2022
That’s quite a contrast from Biden’s speech in September, isn’t it?
"Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic," says President Biden in a rare prime-time speech https://t.co/YbYbUHwXpt pic.twitter.com/RBm88Rn9r2
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) September 2, 2022
Now he is concerned about anger.
BIDEN: "Our politics has gotten so angry…" pic.twitter.com/jXZizWXsqo
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) December 22, 2022
Yes, we’re so divided, Joe. How did that happen?
That was the most demagogic, outrageous, and divisive speech I have ever seen from an American president. Joe Biden essentially declared all those who oppose him and his agenda enemies of the republic. Truly shameful. pic.twitter.com/ZcJX2BbZlt
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) September 2, 2022
A speech about the “soul of the nation” which looks like it’s made from hell pic.twitter.com/l5v1LAA0WW
— John Hasson (@SonofHas) September 2, 2022
Ironic optics for a speech centered on accusing the opposition of authoritarianism. pic.twitter.com/vX82v7FwFx
— Max Abrahms (@MaxAbrahms) September 2, 2022
This image will be shared throughout history of the most evil and worst President in U.S. History. pic.twitter.com/WYdqVjAo9r
— Catturd ™ (@catturd2) September 2, 2022
Forgive me if I don’t rush to unify with a president who basically accused half of the country of being Nazis just a few months ago, Christmas or not.DONATE
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