POTUS Now Working to Split GOP in Two with ‘Trumpies’ Verbiage


As the midterm elections approach, the Biden administration has made an unmistakable PR shift, hoping to stave off the long-predicted “red wave” that was aimed at Congress.

Instead of allowing “Sleepy Joe” to continue to bore the nation to death, the President’s press team is rolling out an angrier, more divisive character that the left has been referring to as “Dark Brandon” on Twitter.  The stark shift began last week, during a positively spooky Thursday night address that saw Biden suggest that “MAGA Republicans” are a “threat to democracy”.

Now, just days later, Biden is once again attempting to split the Republican Party down these ideological lines, with a narrative that borders on malfeasance.

President Joe Biden continued to add texture Monday to a recent string of criticisms against “MAGA Republicans,” the right-most wing of the party that he’s sought to distinguish from the more moderate, “mainstream” GOP.

“I want to be very clear up front: Not every Republican is a MAGA Republican,” Biden said at a Labor Day event in Wisconsin. “Not every Republican embraces that extreme ideology. I know because I’ve been able to work with mainstream Republicans in my whole career.”

“The biggest contrast between these MAGA Republicans, the extreme right, the Trumpies. … These MAGA Republicans in Congress are coming for your Social Security,” Biden said, calling out Johnson and Sen. Rick Scott of Florida, chair of the Senate Republican campaign committee.

A protester briefly interrupted as Biden spoke about the political “battle for the soul of America,” a phrase the president used last week in reference to perceived threats to democracy from the right.

“Let him go. Everybody’s entitled to being an idiot,” Biden said after security grabbed the protester.

Biden’s sudden shift in rhetoric has prompted a number of new threats and calls for violence here in the United States, underlying the danger in this “Dark Brandon” marketing ploy.