(TheRedWire.com) – During Joe Biden’s inauguration on January 20, the newly sworn-in president called for unity among Americans. However, as Tucker Carlson explained, he didn’t mean unity was for every American. In fact, his message was mixed and contradictory. While Biden said we must have unity, he also said, in essence, unity would not be possible until the immoral white supremacists, extremists, and domestic terrorists, who are our enemies, are defeated.
Was Biden referring to Donald Trump and the 70 million people who voted for him? Is he calling Trump supporters America’s enemies? It’s hard to tell. For several years, and especially since the horrid Capitol Hill riot on January 6, Democrats have used this inflammatory language to brand President Trump and his voters.
The challenge for Biden, moving forward, is to become very clear on the meaning of white supremacy and extremism. Of critical importance, those who supported President Trump should not take the bait, respond in anger, or participate in illegal behavior. However, no one in a free society should ever be threatened into silence, either.
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