President Joe Biden is a man who promised to unite divided Americans and bring this great country back together again.
“Build Back Better” isn’t just about giving trillions of your hard-earned tax dollars to unions, Americans who refuse to work for a living, and
global warming climate change initiatives. It’s about building back relationships with the political adversaries you loathe.
Yes, if multiple accusations of inappropriate touching have taught us anything, it’s that Joe Biden believes in the power of warm hugs that foster friendships, team spirit, and the occasional need for multiple years of therapy to cope with the trauma of your encounter with him.
The president’s promise of renewed togetherness is being carried forth throughout the nation by the loving messengers of unity at CNN. September’s Biden Administration MVP Don Lemon is among the most vocal.
Lemon announced during an emotionally enriching conversation with fellow CNN host Chris Cuomo Wednesday that it was time for Americans to shun “stupid” unvaccinated people, adding that they should be left behind because they were “harmful to the greater good.”
“I think we have to stop coddling people when it comes to … the vaccines, saying ‘Oh you can’t shame them. You can’t call them stupid.’ Yes, they are. The people who aided and abetted Trump are stupid because they believed his big lie,” Lemon said, confusing President Trump’s enthusiasm for the vaccines that were developed as a direct result of “Operation Warp Speed” with Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’ pre-election message of vaccine hesitancy. “The people who are not getting vaccines who are believing the lies on the internet instead of science, it’s time to start shaming them or leave them behind.”
Thank you, Don, for spreading that helpful message of unity. Remind your buddy, Chris, to wear his mask in public.