Joe Biden Mocked For Preaching ‘Unity’ At Christmas

Joe Biden is preaching ‘unity’ among all Americans for Christmas this year.

Apparently, he thinks everyone has forgotten everything he has said about Republicans over the last year.

Remember his now famous red speech?

FOX News reports:

Biden’s Christmas ‘unity’ message panned: Like ‘Depp and Heard lecturing on civility’

President Biden’s holiday message was heavy on the theme of unity and putting “poison[ous]” politics aside, which led some critics to claim he was being heavily hypocritical – comparing the dichotomy to Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s high-profile legal spat.

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In his address, Biden said he hopes the holidays will “drain the poison that has infected our politics and set us against one another,” adding he hopes people realize the many unifying attributes of being an American.

On “The Five” Friday, the panel of co-hosts was quick to point out several instances of Biden himself intentionally dividing Americans along political and other lines, including his Philadelphia speech when he dubbed “MAGA Republicans” “semi-fascist.”

In a montage, the panel showed how Biden called the Republicans’ “ultra-MAGA” political agenda “extreme, as most MAGA things are,” and claimed “MAGA Republicans” supportive of Donald Trump are “a threat to our very democracy.”

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See his tweet below:

People aren’t buying it.

Biden should spend the holiday reflecting on how he speaks to his fellow Americans.

 

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