Biden Sparks Colossal Conflict Over Racially Charged Elections

Gotta love it when the mainstream media can’t make up its mind about which to focus on more: attacking Trump through varied witch hunts, or attacking Biden due to all the problems he’s causing.

Especially since those problems are obviously empowering Trump.

Just consider the following, rather hilarious, headline: “Still Annoyed at Biden, New Hampshire Democrats Gear Up to Help Him.”

In a searing New York Times opinion piece, Reid J. Epstein provides rather hilarious insight into Democrat infighting.

“New Hampshire Democrats were furious at President Biden when he shook up the party’s nominating calendar last year, diminishing their state’s political importance by pushing its primary election behind South Carolina’s.

Kicking and screaming, they defied the Democratic National Committee and refused to move back their primary,” Epstein writes.

“Kicking and screaming,” huh? Way to describe the way the Democrats have really behaved on more than one occasion, in particular the so-called “Squad.”

Though, to be fair, Democrats actually have a bit of a point here – Dems switched the primary to South Carolina for apparently racial reasons, so it would be fairly annoying to lose longstanding tradition over suffocating political correctness.

The drama gets kicked up even further on delegate matters.

“This year, they warned that the upheaval could come back to haunt Mr. Biden and cause him an embarrassing loss in the state’s primary. In turn, the national party stripped the state of its delegates. Mr. Biden declined to campaign in New Hampshire or even place his name on the ballot,” Epstein continues.

Way to make enemies, Biden.

It’s bad enough that China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, and varied Latin American regimes are breathing down America’s neck … must the Biden administration also insist upon facilitating a clearly internecine conflict within its own crazed party?

Apparently, at least some Dems got the internecine memo, which is evident as Epstein progresses.

“Now a range of the state’s influential Democrats, including Senator Jeanne Shaheen, are coming around to the idea that they need to swallow their pride and help Mr. Biden win their primary despite his snub of their state,” Epstein added.

Best of luck with that. Frankly, it seems Biden is now snubbing other politicians as much as he’s long snubbed Americans.

He must be rather “high up” in his international dealings to afford disregarding his allegedly fellow Americans and even more fellow Democrats to such an extent.

And, as usual, most of the fellow Dems remain willfully blind.

Terie Norelli, a leader of Granite State Write-In, a grass-roots group supporting Mr. Biden, as well as a former speaker of the New Hampshire State House, unfortunately illuminates such blindness.

“People here, quite frankly, don’t care about the D.N.C. or their rules … The vast majority of Democrats and independents in New Hampshire do support President Biden,” Norelli blared.

Well, but of course.

That’s because the Dems won’t even entertain another candidate, seriously at least, for now.

One thing is for sure: Regardless of who the GOP candidate ultimately is, it is imperative to propel Republicans to power, not the “America Last” Dems.

Author: Jane Jones


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