Social media users did not echo President Biden’s call for unity in his Christmas speech Thursday afternoon.
Because the White House planned for Biden to “deliver a Christmas speech focused on what unites us as Americans, his optimism for the coming year, and wishing Americans joy in the coming year.” , advertised this event. The theme of “what brings us together” continued throughout his speech, in which he called on Americans to open their eyes to their political differences.
“So my hope for this Christmas season is that we can look back quietly and find that stillness at the heart of Christmas and see each other, not as Democrats or Republicans, not as Team Red or members of a team. Blue, we deserve to be treated with dignity and respect as who we really are, fellow Americans, fellow human beings,” Biden said.
He added: “It is my sincere hope that this holiday season will drain the poison that has infected our politics and set us at odds with each other. Because there’s so much that unites us as Americans, and it’s something that unites us more than it divides us. I sincerely hope that you make time for each other, not for each other.
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Conservative Twitter users attacked Biden’s unity speech after he frequently attacked “MAGA Republicans” and unvaccinated Americans in previous speeches.
“‘Unite you idiots! And Merry Christmas, you filthy animals!
RedState Deputy Editor-in-Chief Brandon Morse tweeted, “Somebody needs to challenge the ‘other’ conservatives, unvaccinated people, etc. over and over and join this little signal of virtue.”
“How does Joe Biden get around this bogus unity rhetoric after denigrating half the country as a domestic terrorist and comparing anyone who opposes his radical agenda to a separatist?” Chad Gilmartin, a spokesman for House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, wrote:
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“He wants us to forget what happened,” said RedState writer Bonchy.
“The man who tried to turn Americans against each other over vaccines often shouts that about half the country is fascist.
Gov. Ron DeSantis’ press secretary Jeremy Redfern commented, “I don’t think the message last Christmas took a lot of hits,” adding that Americans Biden hadn’t been vaccinated the previous Christmas season were “serious.” He warned that he would face a “winter of sickness and death.”
Biden ended his speech without taking any questions from reporters, even though Fox News’ Peter Doucy asked the president about the security of the southern border.
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