Even though Joe Biden continues to bash Republicans, some members of the Republican Party are defending his divisive words by saying they bring the party together.
There is a widespread belief that Biden is bringing down our nation.
The country is on the verge of experiencing food shortages, inflation is at an all-time high, gas prices have reached historic highs, and a conflict with China and Russia is on the horizon.
Despite this, Biden asserts that MAGA Republicans pose the greatest danger to the nation.
According to a report by Daily Wire, former state senator David Carlucci (D-NY) said that the president was "reaching across the aisle" to unite Americans in his criticism of certain Republicans.
Carlucci, along with American Conservative Union Chairman Matt Schlapp, participated in a discussion on Fox News' "The Faulkner Focus." During the segment, Carlucci contended that Biden's recent assaults indicated that the president was reaching out to people of other political parties.
That sounds like an odd stance. The comments made by Biden seem to have no other purpose but to further polarize the country rather than bring it together.
Biden launched an attack at Republicans, saying that in order to take on the government, the opposition party required F15 fighter jets. He went on to assert that the most serious danger facing the United States today comes from MAGA Republicans.