Biden Calls For Unity After Basing Entire Campaign On Divisive Hoax

Saturday’s media propaganda blitz came to a head when viewers watching the college football showdown between Notre Dame and Clemson were stunned when the game was interrupted by Joe Biden’s victory speech. 

Cutting into a football game in such a manner is something that one would expect in a third world hellhole and not America but as in those banana republics, elections based on fraud are commonplace. 


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So it was that the mighty media went live with the coronation of King Joe who has now been given the all-clear to emerge from his basement and assume his throne. 

During his dishonest and often bellicose address, Biden demanded unity and spoke of a time of healing despite the fact that not one state has certified the election, votes are still being counted, recounts loom and court challenges are underway. 

Most disgustingly, a man who based his entire campaign on the racially inflammatory and grossly fraudulent very fine people “on both sides” hoax is now trying to repackage himself as a peacemaker. 

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Via CNBC, “Joe Biden, in his first speech as president-elect, urges unity: ‘Time to heal in America’”:

President-elect Joe Biden called on Americans to come together and heal Saturday in his first speech since winning the presidency.

“This is the time to heal in America,” he said in a speech in Wilmington, Delaware, that capped off a day of celebrations and impromptu parades nationwide.

“We’ve won with the most votes ever cast for a presidential ticket … and we’re seeing all over this nation, and in all cities in all parts of the country, indeed across the world, an outpouring of joy.”

Biden reached out to those voters who supported President Donald Trump, telling the crowd of supporters: “They are not our enemies. They’re Americans.”

“I will work to be a president who seeks not to divide but unify. I won’t see red states and blue states, I will always see the United States,” said Biden.

Trump has so far refused to accept the results of the election, and on Saturday the president insisted in a tweet that he had “won this election, by a lot!”

Trump and his campaign have filed lawsuits in a half-dozen closely contested states this week, seeking to create the illusion that the vote was tainted, and that Biden’s win is illegitimate. Legal experts have dismissed the suits as meritless.

Biden’s only mention of Trump on Saturday was the olive branch he extended to the president’s supporters.

“To those who voted for President Trump, I understand your disappointment tonight,” he said. “I’ve lost a couple of elections myself. But now, let’s give each other a chance.”

“Let this grim era of demonization in America begin to end, here and now.”

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Despite Biden’s words, there has never been a major political party presidential candidate who has been more dishonest, divisive or who has demonized Americans in a way that he has with his reliance on the Charlottesville hoax. 

It was never seen in the corrupt domestic media but across the pond, the British BBC did the work of fact-checking  Biden’s convention speech during which he utilized the big lie.

Via The BBC, “DNC 2020: Joe Biden convention speech fact-checked”:



Claim 3: President Trump said there were “very fine people on both sides”, when asked about a far-right rally in 2017.

Mr Biden said one of his goals would be to “wipe out the stain of racism” and he recalled the far-right protests in Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017 which led to violent clashes and left one counter-protester dead.

He said: “Remember what the President said when asked, he said there were, quote, very fine people on both sides”.

Mr Biden said that after this moment “I knew I had to run” for president.

According to a transcript of a press conference on 15 August, President Trump did say – when asked about the presence of neo-Nazis at the rally – “you had some very bad people in that group, but you also had people that were very fine people, on both sides.”

During the same press conference, Mr Trump went on to say “I’m not talking about the neo-Nazis and the white nationalists, because they should be condemned totally.”

While Biden was delivering his demagogic speech to a captive nation, packs of his own supporters were back on the streets where they harassed and attacked supporters of President Trump – now how’s that for unity?

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