Conservative radio legend, Rush Limbaugh, seemed to take issue with the speech delivered by President Joe Biden on Wednesday during his scaled-down inauguration ceremony.
According to the Washington Examiner, Limbaugh wasn’t thrilled at Biden’s subtle suggestion that half of America was made up of white supremacists and domestic terrorists just because they happened to be supporters of Donald Trump.
“What happened to unity?” Limbaugh said. “This is not how you go about achieving unity. He has just insulted the 74, 75 million people (who) did not vote for him. … ‘They are white supremacists. They’re domestic terrorists, political extremists, and we’re gonna defeat ’em!’”
As you’ll recall, the mainstream media quickly painted a disgusting narrative painting all Trump supporters in a broad stroke after the tragic events that took place on Capitol Hill, which is asinine given the fact that a few hundred bad actors out of hundreds of thousands of people were responsible for the violent actions that day.
The media actors are diligently attempting to paint all Trump supporters — especially those who happen to be caucasian — as some brand of white nationalist, domestic terrorists. Why? Because it gives them a new narrative to focus on, since the upcoming years of Biden as the president will undoubtedly be the most boring news cycle in modern history.
It’s factually accurate to say that the rally that day in Washington D.C. was made up of “mostly peaceful” supporters of the president, unlike the media’s definition of “mostly peaceful,” — you know, as rioters and looters burned and pillaged American cities over the summer of 2020 in the name of “racial justice.”
Limbaugh doubled down on his assertion that Trump was not, in fact, responsible for “inciting” a riot, like the Democrats and mainstream media desperately want all Americans to believe.
“Donald Trump was impeached for inciting an insurrection,” Limbaugh said. “As you know, there’s no evidence of this. Trump told those assembled for his speech to protest peacefully. We know that those who stormed the Capitol started before Trump’s speech. The timeline does not work at all. Trump did not encourage any of the activity that actually happened.”
Limbaugh’s overarching question about unity is valid, as the Biden campaign ran on the “unity” ticket, but Democrats, in the midst of a second impeachment hoax, are doing anything but unifying citizens of the United States. We’re still waiting to find out when Trump will be tried in the U.S. Senate for something he didn’t even do. Wow, what unity that is!
I think most Americans truly hope the Biden administration finds a way to succeed and not totally derail the progress made under the Trump administration, but only time will tell. Starting off his presidency by suggesting that 75 million Americans are complicit in domestic terrorism isn’t the best start.