Are Dem and Biden Calls for “Unity” Lies?


How do you know that Democrat and Biden calls for unity are lies? Because when they open their mouths, vicious rhetoric comes out. One such example comes from Jen O’Malley Dillon, a Biden Staffer who called Republicans a “bunch of f**kers.” That’s “unity” – not.

“The president-elect was able to connect with people over this sense of unity. In the primary, people would mock him, like, ‘You think you can work with Republicans?’ I’m not saying they’re not a bunch of f—ers. Mitch McConnell is terrible. But this sense that you couldn’t wish for that, you couldn’t wish for this bipartisan ideal? He rejected that.”

Jen OMalley Dillon

So as Conservatives, as Republicans, we’re all a bunch of f**kers.” The Democrats and Biden calls for “unity” are overflowing with accusations of being “racist”, “nazis” and other lovely words. As a friend of mine always says, “Scratch a liberal, find a bloodthirsy hatemonger.” All of it tells us something: they have no intention of “unity” with anyone who disagrees with them. It’s their way or the highway.

Remember that during the campaign, Biden spent months calling Trump a “nazi.” He’s called Trump supporters “chumps.” He’s obviously never read Dale Carnegie’s “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” Over the course of time, Biden calls for unity have been seeded with telling Black folks, they “ain’t Black” if they voted for Trump, and that other races are more “diverse” than Blacks. He’s told honest working people they’re “full of sh** ” and shushed a female staffer who tried to keep him from making a fool of himself. Search our website under “Biden” and find numerous other examples.

Jen O’Malley Dillon is the former campaign manager for Beto ORourke’s failed campaign. She hasn’t read Dale Carnegie either. Hillary and the harpies on The View felt her remark was just fine. The problem isn’t the language, by the way, it’s the attitude behind it. Many of us sound like lumberjacks on a really bad day. It’s the hypocrisy of wanting unity after 4 years of their hate-ridden attitudes and that whole “#resist” message.

“Look, she was definitely off message, OK? Every time Joe Biden comes out, in the campaign, since being president-elect, he sounds like Barney the purple dinosaur, ‘I love you, you love me we’re a happy family,’ so he’s been spreading a message of unity and inclusiveness and being welcoming to Republicans and people he needs to work with, so she was off message.”

Ana Navarro on The View

The other women on The View thought Dillon’s remark was just fine and not “off message” at all because she was talking about ‘how hard it is to work with Republicans.’ Tell us, how can we have unity with people who hate us and believe we’re ‘f**kers?” How can we have unity with those who refuse to engage in even an ordinary conversation without resorting to name calling?

The answer? It’s extremely unlikely.


Featured photo: screenshot via Republic World/Twitter of Jen OMalley Dillon and Joe Biden

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