For Immediate Release: April 12, 2021
Contact: Ryan Hite, Communications Director
Washington, D.C.: Leftist apologists have swooped to Biden’s defense this week, insisting that when the president says “bipartisan support” (in the case of infrastructure and gun control measures), he doesn’t mean Republicans in Congress or other elected office. Rather, he is referring to general support from Republican voters. They’re quite literally trying to convince people of new definitions of words to suit their needs.
“President Biden’s so-called unity agenda is a complete fiction,” said Ed Martin, president of Phyllis Schlafly Eagles. “With one hand Biden offers this fake unity, but with the other he enables the left to shove through a radical agenda cleverly hidden behind made-up jargon hinting at unity! This contortion of reality would be almost comedic if it weren’t so twisted and insane.
“Similar to the redefining of bipartisan is the attempt to make his behemoth infrastructure package about anything but roads and bridges. Crazed members of Congress and Biden officials have proclaimed a host of their social goals as ‘infrastructure.’ It’s preposterous and has been rightly mocked by people on both sides of the political spectrum.”
Martin concluded, “Make no mistake — the Biden administration cares nothing about unifying America. They care about their radical Marxist goals and only those who agree with them. If they could, they’d strap Donald Trump and Ted Cruz to a rocket and call it an essential infrastructure project with bipartisan support.”