Biden’s ‘semi-fascism’ projection

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Biden’s ‘semi-fascism’ projection


Elizabeth Stauffer

September 15, 2022 06:00 AM

You may have noticed that Democrats have a new favorite insult: So-called “MAGA Republicans” are “semi-fascists” and threats to democracy who can only be stopped by the Democratic Party. Here’s how President Joe Biden put it during his prime-time freak-show speech on the “soul of the nation.”

“Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic,” he said. “MAGA Republicans do not respect the Constitution. They do not believe in the rule of law. They do not recognize the will of the people.”

As if on cue, liberal politicians and members of the legacy media took this refrain and ran with it. And who can blame them? We’re less than two months away from the midterm elections, and Democrats have nothing to offer the public except unabating inflation, wasteful government spending, and a lurking recession. So they’re trying to shift the focus to the other side of the aisle and distract from the results of their bad policymaking.

But these aren’t just verbal attacks. This administration is targeting MAGA Republicans, including Trump, those close to him, and even people who simply support him.

The morning after Biden’s address to the nation, for example, New Jersey resident Lisa Gallagher was awoken by her daughter with news that three FBI agents had arrived to speak with her. They said an anonymous tipster informed them that Gallagher had participated in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot. Gallagher told Fox News she was able to prove she hadn’t been anywhere near the Capitol on that date, and the agents left. But the message had been made clear: The government viewed her as a threat simply because she had voiced support for Trump online.

The Justice Department also issued dozens of subpoenas to and seized the phones of a number of former Trump associates last week as part of an investigation into Trump’s efforts to contest the 2020 presidential election. Even the New York Times admitted the phone seizures were “some of the most aggressive steps” the DOJ has taken against Trump’s team.

And let’s not forget the FBI’s unprecedented raid of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home.

Who are the semi-fascists again?

Biden seems to have realized that his “semi-fascism” smear isn’t going to stick, because he has since walked it back to say that he wasn’t referring to all Trump supporters — only those who doubted the results of the 2020 election. But that same standard doesn’t seem to apply to the many Democrats who have likewise questioned election results, including former Vice President Al Gore, Bill and Hillary Clinton, former and current Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, and countless Democrats in Congress.

The truth is that Biden’s “semi-fascism” refrain reveals a lot more about him than it does about Trump or “MAGA Republicans.” Indeed, it seems Biden has fallen headfirst into the world of projection, in which his opponents are allegedly doing what he himself is doing.

Remember which party it was that voted to drastically expand the IRS, forced workers to choose between their livelihoods and the COVID-19 vaccination, and sicced the FBI on parents concerned about the leftist ideologies being taught to their children in public school classrooms. Remember which party opened our southern border to drug traffickers and hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants, released violent criminals back onto the streets of our cities in the name of so-called “criminal justice reform,” and volunteered millions of hard-working people to pay off the debt of privileged college graduates.

Trump and his “MAGA Republicans” aren’t the problem. Biden and the Democrats are.

Elizabeth Stauffer is a contributor to the Washington Examiner and the Western Journal . Her articles have appeared on many websites, including MSN, RedState, Newsmax, the Federalist, and RealClearPolitics. Follow her on Twitter or LinkedIn .