The following article, Biden Continues New ‘MAGA Mockery’ Campaign as Polls Slip, was first published on Flag And Cross.
Weeks ago, the Biden administration let slip that they were looking for a new way to combat their political opponents, as the “healer” and “uniter” characters they promised during the 2020 campaign were getting nowhere.
And so Biden was meant to turn offensive against the far right. He was going to inspire some fire within the Democratic Party.
Instead, the 46th President of the United States has largely been making strange and unconvincing mockeries of Donald Trump and his supporters.
President Biden on Wednesday labeled former President Trump the “great MAGA king” and bashed Republicans, notably Sen. Rick Scott (Fla.), for their plan to combat inflation.
“Under my predecessor — the great MAGA king — the deficit increased every single year he was president. The first year of my presidency, the first year, I reduced the deficit, literally reduced the deficit by $350 billion, first year,” he said in remarks at an International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers conference in Chicago.
Earlier in the week, Biden began using the phrase “Ultra-MAGA” to describe some politicos, and was brutally mocked by conservative pundits for it.
If peppering the political conversation with childish insults is Biden’s new game plan, the Democrats may need to think about making a substitution.
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