Joe Biden is wrecking the country piece by piece with his disastrous executive orders.
But the Democrats couldn’t care less because they’re back in power.
Now Democrats are over the moon about one rock star’s Super Bowl commercial.
Joe Biden said he wanted to unify the country, but he’s only worsened the divide by using divisive rhetoric and presiding over the partisan impeachment of Donald Trump.
And the Democrat Media Complex has widened division even worse than Biden; CNN and other so-called mainstream outlets are openly discussing censorship of Fox News.
Hollywood is also engaging in double talk regarding unity.
Some celebrities are asking for the country to come together now that their preferred candidate won while others are calling for Republicans to be branded terrorists.
One entertainment celebrity making a hollow call for unity is rock legend Bruce Springsteen, a long-time supporter of the Democrat Party.
Springsteen bashed Trump repeatedly, and even considered moving to Australia if Trump were re-elected.
Springsteen told a reporter:
“I would consider that…I love Australia…If Trump is reelected — which he will not be; I’m predicting right now he’s gonna lose — if by some happenstance he should be, I’ll see you on the next plane.”
So it’s unity if Biden wins, but “see you on the next plane” if Trump wins.
That’s why Springsteen’s Super Bowl Jeep ad doesn’t ring true:
The commercial is particularly galling because pro-lockdown politicians in several states have fought like crazy to shut down churches.
Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear had law enforcement collect license plates of people who attended church, and New York governor Andrew Cuomo surveilled churches, synagogues, and mosques to make sure people were not congregating.
The corporate press has demonized red states endlessly over the past five years, and even more so during COVID-19.
The media said Georgia governor Brian Kemp was experimenting in “human sacrifice” by reopening his state.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and South Dakota governor Kristi Noem—two potential Republican presidential hopefuls in 2024 that make Democrats nervous—were excoriated for their handling of COVID even though they outperformed many blue state counterparts.
Springsteen and the Democrats do not want unity; they want conformity.
They expect people to bend the knee to the establishment, but that is not going to happen.
Trump garnered over 74 million votes, and those people are not going back to the status quo.
If the Democrats want unity, they need to stop talking about blacklists and truth and reconciliation commissions and thinking they can paper over that fascistic language with treacly car commercials featuring rock stars.
Trump opened a lot of Americans’ eyes to media manipulation.
Empty gestures aren’t enough.
The country used to unify around a shared culture and an American identity, but the left has worked diligently for decades to dismantle that.
Now the country can’t even come together for the National Anthem.