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How Can Anyone Negotiate with a Democrat?

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There is no doubt that the current president of the United States is a moron. Yes, he is suffering from senility too, but he's been a stupid man his entire life. So when he says something just so amazingly stupid or tone-deaf, you have to wonder if it's because of the senility or the stupidity. The answer is usually "a little from column A, a little from column B," but not always. Sometimes he does what all Democrats do, which falls firmly into column C: they are simply unserious people who lie to the public every time it advantages them.

Column C is where Biden lives most of the time. He's probably pushed there by his handlers, the Ron Burgundy of presidents will read anything on the teleprompter, though usually very poorly and mispronounced. 

For example, after the shooting in Uvalde, Texas, a group of senators, Republicans and Democrats, started meeting to see if they could come to terms on anything that would protect kids and schools. It's a touchy subject and one in which passions run high on both sides. Maybe, just maybe, they could come to an agreement on hardening schools and funding security, which would be good for everyone. 

Well, that would be good for everyone but Democrats hoping to run on the issue while dancing on the graves of those murdered children in the fall. Since the Biden administration literally has no successes to hang its hat on, division is all it has.

As this group of senators was starting to talk, Biden said he supported these talks. He then, in his almost prime-time address and in the same breath, called Republicans' objections to banning firearms "unconscionable," among other things. It was like he opened up the door to that bipartisan meeting, threw in a grenade and then simply walked away.

Imagine going into negotiations with someone in good faith, and as you're walking in the door, you see them talking to reporters. You nod hello, they wave and smile, and as you pass by, you hear them say, "I'm about to sit down with Hitler Jr. over here. This pile of garbage is not trustworthy in any way, shape, or form. I hate him and wish ill on him and his family. May he forever rot in hell."

You'd probably be taken aback by that and, if you didn't pull out of the meeting because of it, would sit there in disbelief and not trust a word that comes out of the other guy's mouth the entire time. The whole enterprise would have been ruined from the jump. That's what Joe Biden does every single time.

It doesn't matter the issue, why would any Republican take seriously the word of a man who called anyone who read the Constitution and understands the role of the federal government in elections "the new Bull Connor" because they oppose federalizing them? The racist Connor was a Democrat, in good standing, until the day he died, by the way. 

It's this way across the board. It's not enough to simply say he disagrees with Republicans, Biden declares that disagreement to be motivated by hatred or bigotry. Why would anyone want to sit across from that? Why would anyone work to give that a political victory?

Joe doesn't want legislation, however, and neither do most Democrats. They want the issue to run on. They'd rather be able to say, "Republicans don't want to protect children," than protect children in a real way. They've convinced their drones that the inanimate object is the problem, not the person wielding it. Addressing mental health and improving security does nothing on what they really want. How do you campaign promising to address a problem you've already decreed you've addressed? You can't. 

Democrats need to be seen as caring and wanting to do something, they don't really care, and they show it by sabotaging anything that could be done. Biden's bomb last week was just the latest example. 

The only way to protect children is to ignore Democrats, toss them out of office at every level of government in such a thorough way as to make them irrelevant, and then do what needs to be done to make sure they are safe and guarded in schools. Democrats don't really want that, they want the issue, which makes negotiating with them pointless.

Derek Hunter is the host of a free daily podcast (subscribe!), host of a daily nationally syndicated radio show, and author of the book, Outrage, INC., which exposes how liberals use fear and hatred to manipulate the masses, and host of the weekly "Week in F*cking Review" podcast where the news is spoken about the way it deserves to be. Follow him on Twitter at @DerekAHunter.

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