Joe’s New Plan of Attack Backfires in His Face After Trying to Insult Trump

Joe Biden has perfected two types of misspeaking. First, there’s the “trunalimunumaprzure” type where you not only go off script but depart from this planet.

Then there is the type where actual words come out but they make absolutely no sense – except in the head of a senile fool. 

After Joe Biden workshopped the term Ultra MAGA (get your shirt today!), a term which even Jen Psaki stayed clear and didn’t even try defending, he then went out on the speaking circuit where Ultra MAGA wasn’t enough. So he dropped The Great MAGA King, a reference which will no doubt be emblazoned on every 2022 and 2024 campaign sign for Republicans. 

Only to Joe Biden and his most devout apostles does this term come across as an insult. Ultra MAGA is already a badge of honor but to asperse the leader of this whole movement as the Great King is like Corn Pop insulting the school yard bully by calling him lean and muscular.

I am not an idiot. They are trying to make MAGA the next buzzword for white supremacy. After overusing the word racist for a decade with Obama and voiding the word of all meaning, then white supremacy came into vogue. But that failed too, and now when you hear the word it barely registers. Oh, I’m a white supremacist? Whatever. Even Nazi barely – and tragically – registers from such overuse.

So it’s obvious what the attempt is: Make MAGA the next “big” word that people react to. Too bad Donald Trump coined it and his followers already identify as MAGA. They want to make America great again. The horror! Now the idea of Ultra MAGA only means they really want to make it great.

Not to be left behind, Biden’s media apologists carried the same tune. Corporate media schill CNN actually celebrated Biden’s verbiage as sharpening his midterm agenda. You read trhat right: Sharpening.

Here is what CNN said in reference to Ultra MAGA and the rest of this nonsense:

“President Joe Biden on Wednesday sharpened the contrast between his policies and what he derided as an “ultra-MAGA agenda” on the right as he looks to hone his midterm message heading into a high-stakes campaign season. 

The President zeroed in on an economic plan put forward by the leader of the Senate Republicans’ campaign arm, Sen. Rick Scott of Florida, which Biden said was “extreme” and would raise taxes on millions of working-class American families. Scott’s plan, which has been rebuked by Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell, includes many Trumpian proposals and calls for completing a border wall and naming it after former President Donald Trump. 

“It’s a MAGA agenda all right. Let me tell you about this ultra-MAGA agenda — it’s extreme, as most MAGA things are,” Biden said from the White House, referencing Trump’s “Make America Great Again” slogan.”

This story syndicated with permission from The Blue State Conservative

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