It’s true that at Christmas we long for peace and a united voice of joy for the blessings we have as a country. The Christ child calling from a manger calls for love not division. In this season of joy, President Biden’s Christmas address called for unity and optimism for the year ahead.
He hoped that his message would be understood. “So, my hope this Christmas season is that we take a few moments of quiet reflection, find that stillness at the heart of Christmas, and look really look at each other, not as Democrats or
Republicans, not as members of Team Red or Team Blue, as who we really are, fellow Americans, fellow human beings worthy being treated with dignity and respect.” Biden stated that Biden wanted to “drain the poison” From “our politics.”
His words ring hollow at a time when he has repeatedly demonized his political opponents. Do you remember him calling MAGA Republicans? “domestic terrorists?” Is this the same president who last Christmas attacked those unvaccinated Americans who would usher in a “winter of severe illness and death.”
If President Biden truly wants to bring more unity, he will need more than a Christmas speech. He will need to demonstrate a change of heart by reversing some of his divisive policies and hateful comments that are contributing to America remaining so divided:
Unite Americans by caring enough to secure our borders to protect us all from the drug infestation, the rampant human trafficking, and the influx of millions of undocumented aliens overwhelming our border cities. Help us be a welcoming country to those who legally earn the right to immigrate to this amazing country.
By caring enough to support others, Unite America can unite Americans “all of the above” energy policy that capitalizes on both new innovations and our amazing natural resources to provide low-cost energy and fuels to help lower inflation, create new jobs, and stimulate our vibrant free-enterprise economy.
Focus on the common rights to unite Americans
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