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Following the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on Wednesday, Fox News criticized the 46th President’s speech and challenged Biden’s strong condemnation of nativism, racism and white supremacy – which could potentially offend Trump voters.

The condemnation of nativism, racism and white supremacy has apparently been angry with Fox News host Martha MacCallum and Fox News staffer Dan Henninger, who is also the Wall Street Journal’s assistant editor.

Trump supporters “might ask,” Why is he bringing up nativism and fear and telling lies for power and profit in the middle of an inaugural address? “Asked Henninger, as reported by Media Matters.

Is President Biden talking “about Donald J. Trump or the people who voted for Trump?” he also asked.

“I think a lot of them,” he said, referring to Trump voters, “would be entitled to sit out there and say,” I’m not that person. “

Many Americans would say that voting twice for a racist, a white nationalist, and a white supremacist makes you “that person”.

“And when he’s trying to reconcile with the country, it is one thing for him to make his inaugural address on his complaints with Donald J. Trump, but a lot of people out there who supported Trump and his policies disagreed with some of those ideas, ”he added.

It is also important to note that President Biden – who did not mention Trump – did not support an illegal, seditious, insurgent and unconstitutional attempt to overthrow an election so he is not the one who needs to “reconcile” with the country.

MacCallum added that President Biden “spoke about nativism, racism and fear. And, you know, it kind of fits into the litany of words we’ve heard of the “deplorable”, about “sticking to guns and religion,” about “cults” and people who – need to “be deprogrammed.” ”

For context, here are the words President Biden said in his inaugural address that so worried Fox News.

“Our history has been a constant battle between the American ideal that we are all created equal and the harsh, ugly reality that racism, nativism, fear and demonization have long torn us apart,” said President Biden. “The battle lasts for several years. Victory is never assured. Through the civil war, the global economic crisis, the world war, September 11th, through struggle, sacrifices and setbacks, our “better angels” have always prevailed. In each of those moments enough of us came together to move us all forward. And we can do that now. History, faith and reason show the way, the way of unity. “

Separately, he also said, “And now a rise in political extremism, white supremacy and domestic terrorism that we must face and defeat.”

It’s hard to see how someone who is not a political extremist, white supremacist, or domestic terrorist could question this.


Fox News complains that President Biden’s criticism of white supremacy will offend Trump supporters

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– Media Matters (@mmfa) January 20, 2021

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