When Joe Biden Declared War On Half the Country.

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In September 1, 2022, in a nationally televised address, the nominal president of the United States, Joe Biden, declared war on half the country.

In a dark, threatening speech before an ominous red-and-black background and flanked by two Marines in full dress uniform, Biden declared that “Donald Trump and the MAGA [Make America Great Again] Republicans represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic.” For the first time in American history, a president declared that his primary political opposition was outside the bounds of acceptable political discourse. The message couldn’t have been clearer: The establishment Left, entrenched in power in the United States but deeply afraid of losing that power, was intent on criminalizing political opposition. Dissent from Biden’s agenda and you could end up with the thought police breaking down your door at four a.m.

Probably more out of historical illiteracy than historical awareness, Biden’s handlers chose the 83rd anniversary of Hitler’s invasion of Poland and the beginning of World War II for Biden’s profoundly disturbing and un-American speech.

“As I stand here tonight,” Biden declared in front of his ersatz Nazi background, “equality and democracy are under assault. We do ourselves no favor to pretend otherwise.”

The point Biden was making was clear: The Republicans who played ball with the globalist, socialist Democrats and allowed them to implement their agenda with just a few quibbles here and there — Mitt Romney, Liz Cheney, Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski, Adam Kinzinger, and all the rest — were the “good” Republicans. A “good” Republican was one who acted and spoke and voted just like a Democrat, but who had an “R” behind his name. A “bad” Republican was one who offered an actual alternative to the “America Last,” bug-eating, open-borders, Third World socialism that Joe and his henchmen were forcing upon us.

After making this frankly authoritarian statement, the corrupt senescent liar in the White House had the unspeakable audacity to add: “But I’m an American president—not the president of red America or blue America, but of all America.”

No, that was exactly what he wasn’t, not any longer, if he ever was.

Back on March 23, 1933, before he became the world’s universal symbol for the embodiment of evil, German chancellor Adolf Hitler spoke before the Reichstag, urging it to pass the Enabling Act, which would give him dictatorial powers. He said that this was urgently needed in light of an imminent threat to the nation. Hitler claimed that in 1918, Marxist organizations had seized power in Germany, leading to “a time of boundless misfortune for Germany, that is to say the working German Volk [people].” But he assured the Reichstag deputies that “the German Volk itself has increasingly turned away from concepts, parties, and associations which, in its eyes, are responsible for these conditions.”

These were the same rhetorical notes Joe Biden sounded during his ominous speech branding Donald Trump and his supporters as enemies of the state.

The day after this speech, Biden took it all back. Fox News’ Peter Doocy asked Biden: “Do you consider all Trump supporters to be a threat to the country?” Biden replied: “I don’t consider any Trump supporter a threat to the country.” Yet on September 4, Biden tweeted: “The MAGA agenda represents an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our Republic.

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