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President Biden's Missed Opportunity To Heal The Nation

While President Biden emphasizes unity and cooperation in his speeches, he has yet to discover a means to effectively communicate these principles to the American people.


"United we stand, divided we fall" is a phrase attributed to John Dickinson, one of our nation's Founding Fathers, in his album "The Liberty Song."

On the anniversary of the 2021 January 6 riots, yesterday, President Biden had a historic opportunity to fulfill Dickinson's forewarning to unite and heal the country, but he blew it. He delivered a speech from the White House, in which he pointed the finger squarely at President Trump for the events of last January, without mentioning his name.

President Biden stated that Trump "created and spread a web of lies about the 2020 election" in an effort to "rewrite history" and added that Trump "rallied the mob to attack" the Capitol.

Most Americans agree that January 6, 2021, was a day of infamy, and what happened in Washington was a national disgrace.

TIPP Polls have shown that Americans also don't think it was an insurrection or a coup as described by Democratic politicians and the media.  Vice President Kamala Harris' comparison of the event to Pearl Harbor and 9/11, when over 3,000 people were killed, was over the top and shared similar exaggeration.

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