Buck Sexton, the host of “The Buck Sexton Show,” said Monday that it is remarkable how quickly Democrats want President Trump’s 70 million supporters to coalesce around Joe Biden and forget about the past four years where they called Trump’s election illegitimate and spent every waking hour to not only remove him from office, but to destroy him.
There are the Democrat outliers who are apparently looking for revenge. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., who proved last week that she is not a national star, asked if anyone is “achieving these Trump sycophants for when they try to downplay or deny their complicity in the future?”
Mayor Pete Buttigieg, who is trying to remain relevant, also watched a former staffer, Emily Abrams, who reportedly launched the Trump Accountability Project, which aims to “make sure anyone who took a paycheck to help Trump undermine America is held responsible for what they did.”
But Biden and other Democrats have tried to talk about bringing the country together now that the Big-Bad Orange Man has lost. If only it was that simple.
Sexton said Democrats claimed Trump was a traitor, a rapist and certifiably insane. And if you spoke out in support of the president, you’re just as deplorable. He said the calls of unity are laughable because they still have “utter disdain for Trump voters.”
“They didn’t change at all. Joe Biden didn’t run on a platform of, ‘I’m going to make the country a better place,’” Sexton said. He said Biden ran on “Trump is the most awful being ever and killed 200,000 people with COVID-19. it’s like he coughed on them himself and made them all die. That was really the thrust of the Biden campaign.” Biden tried to sell Trump is “almost worse than Hitler, so vote for me.”
Sexton said Republicans remember Rep. Adam Schiff and the Russia collusion farce.
“We remember all of this and they want us to just pretend none of it happened. They want us to act like we’re all just friends now,” he said.
He continued, “These calls for you today are going to fade very quickly when we see that the Democrat party of today has no interest whatsoever in reaching out to the other side on anything.”