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The Biden Administration’s Use of the Term “Ultra-MAGA” Hilariously Backfires after Republicans Embrace it


The Biden Administration is hapless and pathetic.

There most recent brilliant strategy to fight against MAGA was to try and appropriate the term itself.

The Biden Administration was hoping to fire up its base by creating the derogatory term “Ultra-MAGA.”

Apparently calling MAGA voters extremists didn’t work for them, so they improvised.

As it turns out, this isn’t working for them either…

The MAGA crowd has responded by embracing the term, much like many of them did after Hillary Clinton labeled them “deplorables.”

The democrats just never learn…

The Washington Post has the ridiculous origin of “Ultra-MAGA:”

Last Wednesday, during a speech on the economy, President Biden coined a new phrase — “ultra MAGA.”

“Let me tell you about this ultra MAGA agenda,” Biden said, using former president Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign slogan — “Make America Great Again” — as a pejorative. “It’s extreme, as most MAGA things are.”

Then, in the subsequent days, Biden and his team continued to hammer Republicans in aggressive terms, attacking them as “MAGA” and “ultra MAGA.” Biden even dismissed his predecessor at one point as “the great MAGA king.”

It took scant time for Republicans to gleefully seize on the moniker as their own, triumphantly elevating it as a brand worthy of celebration. “I am ultra MAGA, and I’m proud of it,” said Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.), the No. 3 House Republican, after a reporter Wednesday noted that she was “being called ultra MAGA.”

NBC News has more on the hilarious response from republicans:

“Ultra MAGA.” “MAGA King.” President Joe Biden, who dodged the words “Donald Trump” for more than a year, has suddenly integrated the Trump political movement into his daily lexicon.

While the White House is employing the tactic purposefully, it doesn’t mean it’s about to engage in culture wars.

Instead, Biden is attempting what on its face seems unthinkable: Knock the GOP on its heels by tying its message to a policy platform issued by a relatively obscure Florida senator, Rick Scott. They’re doing it with a term Republicans embrace – they’re already selling it on merchandise and fundraising off it – with the GOP already predicting it’ll backfire, and Scott’s political operation saying it couldn’t be happier.

“It’s hilarious. They’re highlighting their single biggest vulnerability,” said Curt Anderson, a top political adviser and founder of the firm OnMessage Inc., which consults for the National Republican Senatorial Committee and numerous senators and candidates. “It’s almost like they are trying to harm themselves.”

This is the democrats’ brilliant strategy for this year’s midterms?

This proves one thing for sure.

The democrats are far more obsessed with President Donald Trump than the MAGA crowd is!


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