Biden Blames President Trump & False Non Existing Group For The Lack Of Unity

Biden Blames President Trump & False Non Existing Group For The Lack Of Unity

Daily Report USA by By Donald Winslow

America is divided more than ever. Politics has entered between human relations and it is tearing us apart.

And Biden is trying to frame it on his eternal nemesis, President Trump. When we’re all aware that he’s the main culprit, as well as the bit fat lying media under his (and Handler’s) direct control.

He’s reverted to the standard Democrat play of Orange Man Bad, but now he’s added another group he calls ‘The QAnon.’

Watch Video – Joe Biden blames QAnon and Trump feeding “The Big Lie” for Division Between Political Parties

“The truth is that before COVID hit, the Trump arm of the Republican Party, which seems to be the Republican Party now, umm uhh did not even show up at the Kennedy Center. They, they, they wouldn’t go to the awards. So all the people you have at we saw at that event, which was a very fulsome event, or people who in fact, the Republicans, but they’re the kind of like, for example, a lot of Republicans and Democrats used to get really on well together. For example, one of the reasons that a little bit late coming on is it because not coming on but to do the taping here is because I did Bob Dole’s eulogy today. He asked me on his deathbed whether I would do his eulogy. We’re friends, we disagreed, but we’re friends. We used to have an awful lot of that relationship. And there’s still exist, except that The Qanon and the extreme elements of the Republican Party and what, what what Donald Trump keeps sort of seems to me feeding the uhh uhh you know, with the big lie. Uhh, it makes it awful hard. There’s uhh, and I think most Republicans uhh. In uhh there’s an awful lot of Republicans in Congress, I think, would agree.” – Joe Biden

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