Outrage over Supreme Court draft leak reveals how ‘unbalanced’ Biden and the left have become: Hilton

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‘The Next Revolution’ host Steve Hilton chastised President Biden over the weekend for exploiting division despite the promise of unity, saying in his monologue that the outrage of Democrats and the response of the White House to the Supreme Court’s leaked draft opinion reveal how “unbalanced” the President is. the party has become.


STEVE HILTON: Look what they have become, these moralizing and moralizing democrats who constantly lecture everyone about defending our democracy. They have become what they say they despise. Desperate and divisive demagogues. Fail the economy, fail the crime, fail the border. So now they’re scrambling for whatever might save their necks in November, no matter what damage they do to the country in the process. This is the exact opposite of what they promised.

There is no issue that is too raw, too sensitive, too divisive, that Biden won’t try to exploit for partisan gain. The left today, the establishment, the democrats and the media, they are really out of balance…Three days and 11 hours after far-left Democratic extremists released the home addresses of Supreme Court justices for publicity purposes. bullying, Biden still hasn’t condemned it. He wants it. Biden wants to be ruled by the crowd, not the rule of law.

This is not the behavior of a man worthy of being the leader of the free world. He promised to be a unifying healer and eventually became an authoritarian demagogue. As we said at the time, he should have been impeached for Afghanistan. Now, as he brazenly incites mobs to disrupt Supreme Court proceedings for partisan gain, yes, Biden should be impeached for this. And yes he deserves the shame that will forever attach to his name.



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