Biden's address called 'quasi-Marxism dressed up as apple pie'

Saturday, May 1, 2021
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Michael F. Haverluck (OneNewsNow.com)

Biden with flags in backgroundAfter President Joe Biden previewed Democrats’ radical left intentions for American during his Wednesday address to a joint session of Congress, he was called out by the conservative media for pushing a Marxist agenda while using progressives’ deceptive lexicon.

Smoke and mirrors …

Fox News Primetime host Tammy Bruce accused Biden of trying to pull the pull the wool over the eyes of naïve Americans.

“The left is a racist, America-hating mob that is determined to punish you by seizing the fruits of your labor, indoctrinating your children, destroying your freedom and turning you into a serf for the malevolent and incompetent Democrats,” Bruce said Thursday during her program, according to Fox News. “This is not guesswork – it has already happened.”

She described the speech as lulling the audience into a semi-slumber while unceremoniously divulging a plan that will undermine the country.

“Last night’s speech from President Joe Biden may have been boring, may have been uninspired and may have been totally underwhelming, but that’s exactly the point,” Bruce continued. “They hope you won’t hear the words of destruction if they’re uttered softly within a word salad peppered with platitudes.”

It was asserted that the president’s authoritarian itinerary for the next four years was repackaged for gullible and unquestioning Americans who give little thought to giving up their freedom, security and income.

“Joe Biden’s speech was a perfect example of quasi-Marxism dressed up as an apple pie,” the conservative host contended. “They don’t think you’ll notice because they think you’re dumb. Because what did Joe Biden talk about last night? Raising income taxes, raising corporate taxes, more and more federal programs and a renewed effort to put the government at the center of your life.”

“This is not about creating a new nanny state or using government to spur job growth – it’s about making government as big a part of your day-to-day life as possible and making everyday Americans dependent on Washington as much as possible.”

Using race to seize power

More criticism of Biden’s plans for America was raised by Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) in his rebuttal to the president’s address – taking the issue of racism and how Democrats manufacture it to use as a political tool and weapon.

He mentioned how Democrats blocked his police reform bill to address the rare occurrences of police brutality in America focusing on the George Floyd killing – indicating that they only want to polarize Americans and incite racial tensions … and use it as leverage against conservatives to push their radical agenda forward.

"My friends across the aisle seemed to want the issue more than they wanted a solution," Scott contended, according to TheBlaze.

The African American Republican from South Carolina pointed out how Biden calling Georgia’s new voting law Jim Crow on steroids could not be further from the truth.

“[Republicans seek to make it] easier to vote and harder to cheat, [while Democrats are only interested in] virtue signaling,” Scott maintained. "Race is not a political weapon to settle every issue the way one side wants. It's far too important."

Scott rejected Biden and the Democrats’ argument that America is “systemically racist.”

"Nowhere do we need common ground more desperately than in our discussions of race," Scott impressed in his rebuttal, according to a separate Fox News report. "Hear me clearly: America is not a racist country."

He shot down Democrats’ campaign of guilt accusing white Americans of perpetuating “white supremacy” and taking advantage of “white privilege” as Biden insists that the United States’ history of slavery and Jim Crow laws still affect America today.

"It’s backwards to fight discrimination with different kinds of discrimination, and it’s wrong to try to use our painful past to dishonestly shut down debates in the present," Scott argued.

No welfare state

While speaking to the Palmetto Family Council, former Vice President Mike Pence also critiqued the president – stressing that Americans should not be reliant upon big government to achieve success.

"[I’ve] had enough of higher taxes [and] a bigger welfare state [during Biden's first 100 days], Pence said Thursday night, according to Fox News. "After 100 days, I think the time has come for Americans devoted to faith and family and freedom, and limited government, to stand up and unite behind a positive agenda and win back America.”

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