Much as Dems like Charlie Crist, the Democrat gubernatorial candidate in Florida, might pretend like they want “unity,” the talking heads on the left are exposing the truth about how Democrats view the other half of the country. Such is what we saw during a recent of ABC’s oft-derided “The View,” during which co-hosts Ana Navarro and Sunny Hostin went on a tear about 9/11, “unity,” and “white supremacy.”
Kicking things off was Navarro, who called for unity but then immediately turned to ranting about how January 6th was “uniquely” horrible, even when compared to 9/11, saying:
“We must never forget that sense of unity that we all felt that day [9/11]. I think the big difference is that it was an attack from a foreign foe. We have had such horrible things happen in this country since. They’re not the same. Every tragedy is uniquely tragic and sad, but January 6th was a horrible attack on the United States and on democracy.”
Firing back was Sunny Hostin. Rather than do the reasonable thing and point out that some guy sitting in Pelosi’s office while another guy roamed around in a buffalo hat was a ridiculous event to compare to a terror attack in which thousands died, she hit back against Navarro’s hollow appeal for unity and declared that unity was impossible because of white supremacy, saying:
“The biggest threat to our country today, says the FBI’s director is white supremacy and domestic terrorism. Merrick Garland said the biggest threat to our democracy is white supremacy and domestic terrorism. How do you come together when it’s homegrown terror? And we have never addressed why there is that issue that remains in this country 400 years later, and until we get to that, until we have accountability, we are not, I don’t think, ever going to be able to come close to what we saw in terms of unity.”
Kamala and other crazy leftists made much the same remarks as Hostin and Navarro about how horrible Republicans are, comparing a minor trespass event with the worst terror attack to ever take place on American soil. Joining them was Senator Mark Warner of Virginia. Speaking on “Face the Nation,” Warner said, when asked by Margaret Brennan if the US was paying enough attention to the Middle East:
“Well, Margaret, I remember, as most Americans do, where they were on 9/11. I was in the middle of a political campaign and suddenly, the differences with my opponent seem very small in comparison and our country came together. And in many ways, we defeated the terrorists because of the resilience of the American public because of our intelligence community, and we are safer, better prepared.
“The stunning thing to me is here we are 20 years later, and the attack on the symbol of our democracy was not coming from terrorists, but it came from literally insurgents attacking the Capitol on January 6th. So I believe we are stronger. I believe our intelligence community has performed remarkably. I think the threat of terror has diminished. I think we still have new challenges in terms of nation-state challenges, Russia in longer-term, a technology competition with China. But I do worry about some of the activity in this country where the election deniers, the insurgency that took place on January 6th, that is something I hope we could see that same kind of unity of spirit.”
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This story syndicated with permission from Will, Author at Trending Politics
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