In an attempt at conversing with the Americans, he is meant to serve, Joe Biden managed to alienate still more voters by doubling down on his divisive Jim Crow 2.0 rhetoric.
Tuesday, it was revealed that Joe Biden’s administration is gearing up for a big reset in an attempt to shift attention away from his dealings with Congress, choosing instead to emphasize his time spent communicating directly with the American people.
“Biden’s reset plan, senior administration officials said, is to make his conversations with members of Congress less of a public priority and to emphasize spending more time communicating directly with Americans” https://t.co/n9bDK4oCGL
— Jonathan Lemire (@JonLemire) January 18, 2022
Joe Biden, communicating. What could possibly go wrong?
Certainly not this, from his official POTUS account on Twitter:
Jim Crow 2.0 is about two insidious things: voter suppression and election subversion. It’s about making it harder to vote, who gets to count the vote, and whether your vote counts at all.
We have to pass the Freedom to Vote Act and John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.
— President Biden (@POTUS) January 18, 2022
With that, Jen Psaki’s contention that President Biden was not actually comparing those who disagreed with him to infamous white supremacists went out the window, and Conservative Twitter was quick to respond.
Keep doubling down. Diminishing Jim Crow and comparing political opponents to segregationists to score political points is working great. Will hit 30% in no time. https://t.co/NXmddzzfsB
— AG (@AGHamilton29) January 18, 2022
Vocal Floridian and Republican House candidate Laverne Spicer wasted no time holding a mirror up to POTUS’s claims.
GOP Chairwoman Rona McDaniel echoed the sentiment earlier this week.
DC just enacted a vaccine mandate that effectively bans over 50% of Black residents from entering a restaurant, bar, or movie theater.
Biden supports mandates like this, yet he’s the one baselessly accusing others of “Jim Crow 2.0.”
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) January 16, 2022
Many rushed to point out the Biden administration’s hypocrisy when it comes to discussing election integrity…
And here I thought undermining faith in elections was just like treason. https://t.co/H2dwcFvNQF
— Smatt (@mdrache) January 18, 2022
Whether your vote COUNTS AT ALL?
That is TRUMP LEVEL HYSTERIA.
— Pradheep J. Shanker (@Neoavatara) January 18, 2022
While others were outraged by the comparisons to life under Jim Crow laws.
Biden calling the Georgia voter law Jim Crow 2.0 IMO is the most offensive thing he has said as President.
It's a slap in the face to my grandfather who was a boy in South Carolina in the 1920's.
— Miles Commodore (@miles_commodore) January 11, 2022
But at the root of Biden’s failed attempt to communicate with Americans is all the lies he insists on repeating.
.@POTUS continues to repeat the same lies and despicable comparisons that cost our state millions to salvage his failed agenda and dismal poll numbers.
With 40-year high inflation and empty shelves at grocery stores, he refuses to address the concerns of hardworking Americans. https://t.co/J77vASLsO6
— Brian Kemp (@BrianKempGA) January 18, 2022
In the end, however, you can rest easily knowing Americans heard the true meaning behind Biden’s divisive message.
It came through loud and clear.
Nice talk, Joe.
President Biden demonstrates that he doesn't care about inflation, the border crisis, or crime.
He cares about one thing: lying about election laws.
No wonder his presidency is such a mess. https://t.co/P0epY7usQN
— Tom Cotton (@TomCottonAR) January 18, 2022
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