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Great Divider: Nation Split Over Biden’s ‘Red Sermon’ Speech

Despite Joe Biden’s promise of unity, his anti-MAGA “Red Sermon” split the country down the middle, a new poll reveals

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Joe Biden used his “Red Sermon” speech to brand his political opponent, 45th President Donald Trump, and his 74 million supporters as domestic terrorists who pose a “threat” to the “soul” of “democracy,” and he has successfully divided the country.

New polling from Rasmussen conducted in the wake of Biden’s September 1 speech in Philadelphia reveals that half of likely voters support Biden’s decision to label the other half of voters domestic terrorists. The other half – presumably, the ones Biden calls terrorists – are against the decision.

Rasmussen Reports asked voters for their feelings regarding Biden’s infamous quote: “Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic.”

48% of respondents agreed with Biden’s statement while 47% disagreed. Similarly, 36% strongly agreed with Biden while 39% strongly disagreed.

While the poll seems to have revealed Joe Biden, who once promised to unify the country, as one of the greatest dividers the White House has seen, other findings from the survey showed Americans are slightly more unified on related topics. 58% of respondents want Biden to stop with the political attacks on his enemies and focus on the economy, as Breitbart News noted.

Rasmussen also reported that the speech flopped with independent voters.

Though Biden unsuccessfully attempted to get the major broadcast networks to air his speech – it didn’t, and he wound up on CNN and MSNBC as usual – Trump gave his own speech days later to a packed crowd in Pennsylvania that was aired by his media allies online.

Trump decried Biden’s speech, and said that it should be Biden who is considered an “enemy of the state,” not Republican voters.

Joe Biden came to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to give the most vicious, hateful and divisive speech ever delivered by an American president, vilifying 75 million citizens,” said Trump, “as threats to democracy and as enemies of the state. He’s an enemy of the state.”

The former president added, “The enemy of the state is him and the group that controls him.”

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Tom Pappert is the Editor-in-Chief of Valiant News. He has worked in political news and commentary since 2015, when he began supporting Trump on a left wing college campus. You can follow him on Twitter @realTomPappert, on Gab @realGodEmperorTrump, on Facebook at Tom Pappert, or see his other social media by visiting Tips can be sent securely to [email protected].

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