America is becoming a political battleground the likes of which hasn’t been seen in a long time.
Citizens are becoming increasingly worried that we are headed for a civil war.
According to a new survey, 43% of Americans believe that a civil war is possible in the next 10 years.
More than half of self-identified ‘strong republicans’ show a greater concern over the potential for a civil war.
It’s easy to see why they feel this way.
The Biden administration has openly labeled republicans racists, extremists, and every other buzzword in the book.
Joe Biden himself has threatened that Americans need fighter jets to take on the government on multiple occasions.
He and his press secretary called MAGA republicans fascist.
The rhetoric from the Biden Administration is getting more dangerous by the day.
More than 40% of Americans think civil war likely within a decade https://t.co/HEz1dZ3R1y
— Guardian news (@guardiannews) August 30, 2022
Here’s more on this alarming poll from the Guardian:
More than two-fifths of Americans believe civil war is at least somewhat likely in the next 10 years, according to a new survey – a figure that increases to more than half among self-identified “strong Republicans”.
Amid heated rhetoric from supporters of Donald Trump, the findings, in research by YouGov and the Economist, follow similar results in other polls.
On Sunday night, the South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham predicted “riots in the streets” if Trump is indicted over his retention of classified documents after leaving the White House, materials recovered by the FBI at Trump’s home this month.
The article above offers up the false notion that the heated rhetoric is coming from republicans.
However, what it fails to mention is that Joe Biden and his administration have upped the rhetoric to dangerous levels over the last two years:
Watch: The language and rhetoric that Biden Democrats are using is dangerous. pic.twitter.com/y52FHadMKP
— GOP (@GOP) September 1, 2022
President Biden suggests fighter jets will be used against Americans? https://t.co/ccCgrlkrwg
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) August 30, 2022
Karine Jean-Pierre says that people who voted for Donald Trump are "a threat to our democracy, to our freedom, to our rights." pic.twitter.com/8e2fXP2sD7
— John Cooper (@thejcoop) August 31, 2022
— New York Post (@nypost) August 30, 2022
The New York Post dove deeper into the poll results:
About two-thirds — 66% — say Americans have become more split politically since the start of 2021 and they are largely pessimistic about the future of the United States, with 63% saying they expect the separations to increase and 62% predicting political violence will worsen over the next few years, the YouGovAmerica poll shows.
Only 8% say the country is less divided, the poll released Friday shows.
Asked about the likelihood that the country will be riven by a second civil war in the next 10 years, 14% believe it is “very likely,” 29% say it is “somewhat likely,” while 24% opt for “not very likely” and 11% say “not likely at all.”
Another 22% say they aren’t sure.
The poll found 79% of Republicans believe the political divisions have worsened since President Biden took office in January 2021, compared to 59% of Democrats and 65% of independents.
“Joe Biden ran on a promise to restore normalcy, instead he is marching us into civil war. On Thursday night he needs to knock off the attacks on average people and remind the nation that we truly are neighbors, friends, and fellow Americans.”
My Latest https://t.co/Fde8zUhh4O
— David Marcus (@BlueBoxDave) August 31, 2022
Many honest people are calling the Biden Administration’s rhetoric out.
Fox News reports on Biden’s attacks on American citizens:
President Joe Biden will take to the stage Thursday night in Philadelphia to address the American people about alleged threats to our democracy. Will this be the speech of the uniter-in-chief who said in his inaugural address that we must, “see each other not as adversaries but as neighbors”? Or will it be the speech of the new, angry Biden calling out “Ultra MAGA” for its supposed extremism?
There has always been an unwritten rule in American politics that you can attack your opponent with everything you got, but you don’t attack their voters. However, just this past week Charlie Crist, the Democrat gubernatorial candidate in Florida said he doesn’t want votes from conservatives, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul told Republican New Yorkers to move to Florida, which, a lot frankly have already, and Joe Biden called the MAGA philosophy of Trump supporters, “semi-fascist.” This is all extremely dangerous and it needs to stop.
Let’s be clear, Biden did not call Trump a semi-fascist, he said it about the “MAGA philosophy” embraced by Trump’s voters. Fascism is a particularly dehumanizing accusation. Its root word, fasces, means a bundle of sticks, stronger together than separate, and in which each individual stick is indistinguishable from the whole. A blow against an individual fascist is a blow against fascism itself.
Biden (with media support) rhetoric getting more extreme, divisive, and dangerous, all as he openly flouts Constitution. https://t.co/INpkFGAHxI
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) August 26, 2022
Why was it a global offense when Trump said mean things in his tweets, but it’s perfectly fine for Biden to attack half the country with his irresponsible fascist rhetoric?🤷♂️
— Opus Magnusson (@DixonCox12) September 1, 2022
Now Biden says that questioning or criticizing the FBI – despite the FBI's years of improper political meddling – is "sickening."
That is the mindset and rhetoric you'd expect in an authoritarian police state.
Who's the "fascist" now, Biden?
— steve hilton (@SteveHiltonx) August 31, 2022
When Hillary Clinton referred to Republican supporters as “a basket of deplorables”, it sank her presidential aspirations. Yesterday Joe Biden ramped up the divisive, nasty rhetoric by calling them “fascists”. How to unite the country you senile old fart. You’re done.
— terry l. (@dubsndoo) September 1, 2022