President Joe Biden wraps up his first full month in office this week having set a new record of speed and aggression in pursuing a partisan, hard-left agenda.
At the Democrats’ virtual convention in 2020, former Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden, branding the Democratic nominee a “unifier” with a commitment to bring the country together.
“America is at a crossroads,” Kasich said, while standing at a physical crossroads for the taped address.
John Kasich is your dad when he just bought a new drone pic.twitter.com/vwWNyDHsFv
— Philip Melanchthon Wegmann (@PhilipWegmann) August 18, 2020
The message of unity, decency, and bipartisanship became the defining theme of anti-Trump Republicans who promoted the most radical pair of candidates on any major party-ticket in decades.
“The responsible vote is for Joe Biden,” wrote former Pennsylvania Republican Gov. Tom Ridge for the Philadelphia Inquirer in September. “It’s a vote for decency. A vote for the rule