Biden Declares Republicans extremists, MSNBC declares opposition evil, says we are at war!

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After President Biden declared more than half the country a threat to the republic, the media has jumped on board the “all republicans are extremists” bandwagon and are now saying we are at war.

MSNBC host Tiffany Cross used the network to help Biden plunge us into another civil war, claiming, “Obviously, Republicans are, I think, the biggest threat to democracy. We don’t separate right-wing extremists and Republican Party anymore.” Cross said, “mainstream, establishment Republicans are echoing these calls for violence. All but threatening it.”

During the same segment, Cross AGREED when pundit Roland Martin declared “We are at war with these people. These folks are evil.”

“They have allowed evil into their house with Donald Trump. He has now dominated the party. This evil is spreading. And when you are in a war footing, you have to respond accordingly,” Martin continued.

“When the enemy is coming at you you, can’t fall down, you can’t break down. This means war,” he added.

Martin further asserted that “It’s about time President Joe Biden decided to get tough. It’s about time his advisers stopped being weak, and stopped being impotent, and not fighting back.”

“You keep hitting! You keep pounding,” Martin proclaimed, further labelling conservatives as “crazed, deranged folks who want to import evil in every facet of our society.”

What’s happening is exactly what the White house intended with Biden’s speech, declaring half of the country an enemy of the state.

They, the real extremists, have declared war on you, the American Dream, and our way of life. Like we said during the fake COVID crisis; this was never about a virus or saving lives, it was the setup for something larger, a pretext to declare you the enemy and kill the America we once knew and loved!

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