Biden hardly finished delivering his State of the Union address touting a new unity that would rise above party differences and COVID political positions.
How insincere was this poll-tested speech written to gaslight the public?
After trying to fool the public last week, Kamala is back to comparing Republicans to southern segregationists.
Kamala Harris, who was raised by her Brahmin Indian doctor mother, decided to visit Selma and exploit the nation’s racial wounds for her own political agenda.
“It was a chilly Sunday morning, 57 years ago, when 600 brave individuals set out from Selma. They were marching for the most fundamental right of American citizenship: The right to vote,” she said.
You can guess where this is going.
The rest of the speech was a shameless attack on Republicans and a promotion of her party’s partisan election rigging schemes.
“A record number of people cast their ballots in the 2020 elections. It was a triumph of democracy in many ways. But not everyone saw it that way. Some saw it as a threat. And so, as powerful people have done many times in our nation’s history, they launched an assault on the freedom to vote.
Across the country, states passed anti-voting laws — laws that ban drop boxes and restrict early voting; laws that make it illegal to give food and water to voters who are standing and waiting in line; laws that, put simply, make it much more difficult for people to vote with an expectation that then we will not vote. Undemocratic laws. Un-American laws.
And so, last year, we all joined together. We locked arms and lifted our voices and fought to pass federal voting rights legislation. We brought the Freedom to Vote Act and, yes, the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act to the floor of the Senate.
And on the night of January 19th, every Republican senator in the United States Senate voted to block passage of this law.”
If you oppose drop boxes and ballot harvesting, you’re a racist. And therefore all Republicans are racists. So much for unity.