Biden Calls On Americans To ‘Stop’ Trump Supporters In Extremely Divisive Presidential Speech

President Joe Biden gave one of the most divisive speeches in the history of the U.S. on Thursday evening, at one point calling on Americans to “stop” MAGA Republicans, whom he consistently smeared as a dark force against “democracy.”

During his “Soul of the Nation” prime-time speech on Thursday, the president almost entirely focused on demonizing any American who dares to support former President Donald Trump.

Biden took it one step further when he appeared to suggest that Americans must make an effort to isolate Trump supporters.

The president said this after he spent a significant amount of time portraying MAGA Republicans as direct threats to American democracy, while speaking in front of a blood-red backdrop that reminded many critics of Chancellor Sutler from the dystopian movie “V for Vendetta.”

“MAGA Republicans do not respect the constitution,” Biden said. “They do not believe in the rule of law, they do not believe in the rule of law, they do not recognize the will of the people.”

“MAGA forces are determined to take this country backward,” the president added. “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. They promote authoritarian leaders and they fan the flames of political violence.”

Biden went on to encourage Americans to fight against what he described as an “assault on democracy” — meaning the more than 70 million Trump supporters, whom he characterized as a minority.

“We are not powerless in the face of these threats,” the president said. “We are not bystanders in this ongoing attack on democracy. There are far more Americans, far more Americans, from every background and belief, who reject the extreme MAGA ideology than those that accept it.”

“And folks, it’s within our power, within OUR HANDS, yours and mine, to stop the assault on democracy,” Biden continued. “I believe America is at an inflection point. One of those moments that determines the shape of everything that is to come after. And now, America must choose, to move forward or move backward. To build a future or obsess about the past. To be a nation of hope and unity and optimism, or a nation of fear, division, and darkness.”

Conservative director and producer Robby Starbuck shared a video on Twitter including an analysis of Biden’s speech from Fox News host Tucker Carlson, and tweets from Biden’s supporters celebrating the demonization of their opposition.