The Democrats should be careful what they’re wishing for—a Biden/Harris presidency. From Martin Sieff at strategic-culture.org:
Even after a revolution that cost millions of lives and a quarter century of war that devastated all of Europe from Portugal to Moscow, the restored Bourbon kings of France, their wisest and most cynical adviser Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord lamented, had learned nothing and forgotten nothing.
But of course Talleyrand was really 200 years ahead of his time, and talking about the Democratic Party of the United States in the year 2021.
On Wednesday, January 20, 2021, Biden is now scheduled to be inaugurated over a United States more divided than it has been in 160 years since the outbreak of the Civil War. Biden’s campaign comments and speeches were filled with the rhetoric of reconciliation and unity, and of the need to come together. The slavish mainstream media has enthusiastically parroted every word of it. To enter the chat rooms of Democratic institutions and old Republican as well as Democratic think tanks, institutes and universities inside the Beltway, one could easily we were back in 2008, or 1990: The Evil Genie of “Bad ” Donald Trump has been banished and once again it is real “Morning (Gloomy Twilight, really) in America.