Commentary by Adriana Cohen
Joe Biden says he wants unity and promises to be a president that represents all Americans not just Democrats.
“Let’s give each other a chance,” he told his supporters at a rally in Delaware on Nov. 7. “It’s time to put away the harsh rhetoric. To lower the temperature. To see each other again. To listen to each other again. To make progress we must stop treating our opponents as our enemy,” he said. “We are not enemies. We are Americans.”
A well-scripted sentiment that’s out of touch with our deeply divided nation as the Democratic Party and its media allies have spent the past four years calling Donald Trump’s supporters racist — and every other repugnant smear you can think of. That’s not exactly a way to win over half the country and heal the nation.
Worse, Democrats’ extremely divisive smear campaign against conservatives, a tool the left uses to obtain