A New Unity And The Leap Forward

A little over a month and a half ago, Joe Biden took the oath of office surrounded by the Capitol’s new Freedom Fence and 20,000 armed National Guard Troops authorized to use deadly force on those that would disrupt the sacred ritual. This brought an end to the fascism of the rogue Donald Trump regime. “It’s important to remember that, despite our differences, we are all still Americans. We are one nation under gov… like the Borg. Now it’s time to assimilate and unite!” Biden pronounced to a roaring applause and synchronized cheers of “Beep Boop Bop.”

Last night, President Biden gave his first live, prime time address after signing the latest Corporate-19 Stimulus Package. He spoke about how this relief package is going to help the politically connected and a cautionary reminder to people that are on the brink of losing everything to not spend their allowance all in one place, “1,400 doesn’t go as far as it used to and money doesn’t grow on trees!” He also spoke about healing our divided nation.

“I was elected to be the American president, everybody’s president. I was elected to rule over Republicans and Democrats alike.” President Biden said to a culturally diverse and gender neutral crowd at an early afternoon photo op. “I have been in politics for close to 50 years and I know there are sore feelings. It’s normal. It’s also normal to reunite after the grieving period and admit that you lost fair and square.”

A new video is being produced with both liberal celebrities and every day activists encouraging peace and civilty. Here’s a preview:

You might be a basket of deplorables but you are OUR basket of deplorables. Welcome back, you bitter clingers!-Hillary Clinton

It’s time to circle back to being good, loyal Americans and putting our differences aside. -Jen Psaki

Fu Ling Yu, a professor of political science at The Washington Educational Establishment, welcomed us into a discussion group with some students and they were quite optimistic for the future. Ariel, a student in Women’s Studies, told us, “When I heard that Joe Biden had been declared the official winner of the election, I knew it was time to start promoting civility again. We welcome our racist, sexist, ageist, ableist, misogynistic brothers, sisters, and non binary family members back with open arms!”

“I think we can heal our wounds by showing mutual respect and compassion to one another.” said Pat, a student that is undeclared in major and gender. “I would say that I would like them, the red hat wearing trash, to be much more empathetic like all of us here. I don’t care what you are going through. There is literally zero excuse for lacking empathy. I also want them to stop using the ‘not my president’ hashtag. It’s not compassionate, respectful, or empathetic. It’s gross!”

On Capitol Hill, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has suggested that the best way to leap forward is to identify those who may require some assistance adjusting to the politcal climate and providing the re-education that they need.

Author: Lou Sander

2 thoughts on “A New Unity And The Leap Forward

  1. Hello Lou, interesting read but what are your thoughts or conclusion to the liberal sided rhetoric? Where do you think this closet-hate speech will lead?

    1. I am hoping that it is cyclical and that attitudes will change and move back to moderation. It’s more likely that things will come to a head and the backlash will either bring a to a stop or send a full blast
      Unfortunately, I don’t think that this is just the current prevailing attitude and common sense will not prevail.

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