Joe Biden, the person who ran on being the mature candidate in 2020, has now gone the route of hurling insults at those who don’t agree with his ideology. President Biden, while constantly calling for unity, appears to believe that one group of Americans are not applicable to be a part of his version of “unity” – supporters of former President Donald Trump.
And a Vietnam War veteran, Mike, told Fox News that the current political divide makes the 1960s “look like a cocktail party.”
Jimmy said “we’ll be here for a while” if he listed all the reasons why he felt the divide was deepening.
“We can start with the economy. The porous border. The double standard for vaccinations here in our country. Crime at an all-time high in Democratic supermajority cities,” Jimmy told Fox News.
But Karen said: “We have a Republican Party that won’t negotiate, will not sit down at the table and is trying to repress the vote all over the country.”
Joe Biden’s version of unity isn’t a unity of all Americans; it’s a unity of Republicans who don’t support former President Donald Trump, or his ideology, along with moderates and his Democrat supporters. The tactic of endlessly talking about Donald Trump and his supporters is a clear effort to capitalize further on being the ‘other guy’, which was a staple of Joe Biden’s 2020 Presidential run. This comes at a time when Joe Biden’s approval rating fluctuates around 39%, which is objectively low. At a time of an economic recession, high gas prices, and other economic issues facing the United States, Joe Biden will need more than to shine the spotlight on Trump to win in 2024.