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Leading up to the 2020 presidential election, Joe Biden continually promised to be a leader who would unify Americans. So why now, leading up to the midterms, is he taking every opportunity to malign and divide half the country?
Church Militant's Kim Tisor reveals a prominent politician's troubling theory.
U.S. representative Marjorie Taylor Greene tweeted Tuesday that "MAGA Republicans" are being labeled as extremists, dangers to democracy, far right and insurrectionists. The primary labeler is unelected-president Joe Biden. He berated Trump and his allies during a recent Hitler-esque speech on democracy.
President Joe Biden: "MAGA forces are determined to take this country backwards — backwards to an America where there is no right to choose. ... They fan the flames of political violence."
Biden borrowed inflammatory words about MAGA Republicans from Judge Michael Luttig's Jan. 6 witch hunt testimony.
Biden: "A clear and present danger to our democracy."
It's the same divisive rhetoric he spewed at a political rally last month.
Biden: "The MAGA Republicans don't just threaten our personal rights and economic security; they're a threat to our very democracy."
At a fundraiser the previous night, he compared Trump supporters' philosophy to semi-fascism. When asked to clarify Biden's message, the White House reinforced the accusation.
Karine Jean-Pierre, press secretary, White House: "Look, what the president said last night was that when it comes to MAGA Republicans — when it comes to the extreme, ultra wing of Republicans — they're attacking democracy."
As the midterms near, Greene believes the intensifying slander is part of a plan: "The Democrats' ultimate goal is to label us as terrorists." If Democrats accomplish that alleged goal, what could come next is disturbing to consider.
On Sunday, Homeland Security secretary Alejandro Mayorkas used the 9/11 anniversary to define the "new terror threat" as Americans who believe "false narratives" and are "radicalized."