(FiveNation.com)- Joe Biden has not stopped referring to so-called “extreme MAGA Republicans” as hateful and extreme. Biden said, “they need to be dealt with.”
During a speech that President Joe Biden gave on Tuesday in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, he warned the audience that gun owners and “those brave right-wing Americans” would need F-15 fighter jets to fight the government. By making this statement, Biden implied that his administration would not hesitate to use airstrikes against its citizens.
Biden assured the gathering that his administration would continue to work towards outlawing “assault weapons,” a phrase that does not have a clear definition but which Democrats apply to all semi-automatic guns. Biden’s statement was made in response to a question from an audience member.
If you want to fight against a country, “you will need something a little more than just a rifle,” he said.
The Biden regime continues to refer to the 70 million people who voted for Trump as “radical MAGA Republicans” who must be confronted. At a rally in Maryland last week, Joe Biden stated that what we are witnessing now is either the beginning or the death knell of an extreme version of the MAGA idea. “It’s not only Trump, but it’s also the entire concept that drives the — I’m going to say something, it’s like semi-fascist,” the speaker said. “It’s like a hybrid between fascism and democracy.”
When Peter Doocy of Fox News questioned, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre later defended Biden’s label, which has been compared to Hillary Clinton’s infamous “basket of deplorables” comment.
“What MAGA Republicans have done is the definition of fascism… That is what that is,” Jean-Pierre said last week.
On Tuesday, the President of the United States maintained his attacks against “extreme MAGA” Republicans on Twitter, writing that “what MAGA Republicans have done is the definition of fascism… That is what that is.”
“We’ve chosen a different path: forward, the future, unity, hope, and optimism. We choose to build a better America,” said the man who divided the country like no other president before him.