President Biden on Labor Day weekend sent a message to his followers that “MAGA proposals” – an intentionally vague term encompassing nearly all platforms opposed to his own policies – are “a threat to the very soul of this country.”

The commentary is yet another attempt to portray Republicans as the “other” folks, dangerous and hell-bent on taking down this nation.

Last week, Biden assailed Trump supporters – 74 million of them – by repeatedly referring to “MAGA Republicans” in a speech about the ‘soul of the nation’ as extremists and a “threat to this country.”

He revealed what some of those ‘MAGA proposals’ entail during that same speech.

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What Is He Talking About?

During last week’s speech, President Biden repeatedly painted supporters of former President Trump as being “extremists” and a “threat.”

“MAGA forces are determined to take this country backwards — backwards to an America where there is no right to choose, no right to privacy, no right to contraception, no right to marry who you love,” he said, without evidence, in an angry tirade.

“They promote authoritarian leaders, and they fan the flames of political violence that are a threat to our personal rights, to the pursuit of justice, to the rule of law, to the very soul of this country.”

That must be what ‘MAGA proposals’ are in Biden’s mind – Not killing babies. How extreme.

The fact that he lumped the abortion argument into his rant seems to suggest he views the Supreme Court of the United States as a ‘MAGA’ institution, thereby making them “extremists.”

Biden’s ‘MAGA Proposals’ Tweet Gets Slammed

Prior to the ‘MAGA proposals’ tweet, President Biden also criticized the “MAGA agenda” as a threat to the nation.

“The MAGA agenda represents an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our Republic,” he (or his handlers) wrote. “It doesn’t respect our Constitution. It doesn’t believe in the rule of law. And it doesn’t recognize the will of the people.”

Critics swiftly took President Biden to task for suggesting ‘MAGA proposals’ are a threat to the nation.

Fox News contributor Guy Benson called Biden’s statement “idiotic” and pointed to several ‘MAGA’ proposals which are a benefit to the soul of the nation.

“The tax cuts & deregulation? The Middle East peace accords? Border enforcement? These ‘MAGA’ policy proposals are not ‘threats to the very soul of this country’ & idiotic to say so,” Benson wrote.

“If you have a serious critique, tailor it specifically. This ain’t it.”

“If I were Trump, I’d encourage wedding proposals at his rallies, like tomorrow,” joked Fox News personality Greg Gutfeld.

“Who is this intern? He/she, whatever pronoun, this is stupid and dangerous,” wrote RedState columnist Buzz Patterson.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy chimed in saying, “He’s right about one thing … There IS a threat to the soul of this country.”

His message was accompanied by an image of Biden at his now infamous speech, looking like a fascist dictator.

Trump himself responded to Biden’s attacks by declaring the President to be an “enemy of the state.” Predictably, the media were outraged over the comments, even though he was simply using Biden’s own words against him.

“This week, Joe Biden came to Philadelphia, Pa., to give the most vicious, hateful and divisive speech ever delivered by an American president, vilifying 75 million citizens … as threats to democracy and as enemies of the state,” said Trump.

He’s an enemy of the state.”

Oddly enough, ‘President Butterbeans,’ as Marjorie Taylor Greene might say, made his ‘MAGA proposals’ comment after he apparently tried to walk back his speech demonizing 74 million Americans.

“I don’t consider any Trump supporter a threat to the country,” Biden said Friday.

Two days later, they were once again “a threat to the very soul of this country.”

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