The Great Divide
Four months under the banner of a new president and we’re no more united than we were under the previous one.
It appears the newly elected president is demonstrating just exactly his idea of unity and healing.
As I recall, President Trump was constantly criticized for being a divider. Those who complained about President Trump spoke of their view of America as a place where we would all have a voice and decency and unity would be bestowed to all.
Are we to believe that just because U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin resigned his position that all is sunshine and roses in President Biden’s world?
President Biden’s first 120 days have been rife with executive orders and paybacks, the likes we haven’t seen in our republic since…4 years ago.
Perhaps the days of Lincoln were this way. Of a certainty, the days prior to Lincoln were this way.
So, if sedition charges are brought forward, we will see an even greater divide in our country, with no end in sight. We’re hovering close to the point of no return.
I long predicted that if Trump had been reelected, the media and socialist Democrats would intensify the gravity of COVID-19 and continue to use it as a political weapon to attack him. I have never said COVID-19 was a hoax. Quite the contrary, I have frequently blogged that it is real, and can be fatal if contracted by certain segments of our population.
However, the cold and flu are also fatal to certain segments of our population.
We never shut down our country because of them.
I also predicted that if Biden was elected, there would occur a fading away of COVID-19 and restrictions would be relaxed.
What I had not expected was that the fade away would happen less than 4 months into Biden’s precedency.
I was wrong. That’s not a fade away.
Just as Biden didn’t even have to bother to campaign to become president, spending most of the time locked up in his basement, when it comes to COVID-19, he won’t even have to struggle through a long fade away. It’ll happen overnight. Just like his election, it’ll happen with a snap of a finger. After all, what’s a pandemic wipe away compared to wiping away a 800,000 vote lead in Pennsylvania and another half a million vote lead in Michigan.
Like the 2020 presidential election result, the COVID-19 restrictions were all part of the grand strategy.
I suppose I should’ve expected it. In years past, the media and political enemies worked hard to maintain some sense of pretense. Nowadays, paybacks are in your face, and the media is full of op-ed journalists who have neither the time or the decorum for such subtleties.
We live in the age of the great divide, and a COVID-19 fade away isn’t necessary.
Photos: Clay Banks, Dalton Caraway, Gayatri Malhotra