Top Biden administration advisers and one surrogate are attempting to redefine bipartisanship in order to make divisive President Joe Biden appear as though he is some sort of a unifying force for the country.
Biden is of course anything but a unifier. He and Democrats rammed through a $1.9 trillion COVID relief package last month, and most of that money will not go to COVID relief. Now, they’re aiming to pass a behemoth $2.3 trillion infrastructure bill. Naturally, the lion’s share of that partisan bill and its printed cash won’t go to infrastructure.
Other items on the Biden agenda are also anything but bipartisan. Gun control, immigration, climate change and this administration’s attack on American energy all come to mind, which poses a problem for the 78-year-old: He’s not yet extended that olive branch he promised. People are apparently beginning to take notice.
Biden’s advisers might have found a way, or