Liberal college professor Heather Cox Richardson recommended in an article printed Tuesday that President Biden “declare war” on Republicans in an effort to fight what she claimed was the get together’s transfer towards authoritarianism. 

“The Atlantic” article, authored by contributor Molly Jong-Fast, argued that Biden was dealing with issues controlling the “narrative” round his presidency and wanted “an enemy” to take in American’s anger, which has been translating to his more and more low approval score.

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris arrive for the signing of the infrastructure invoice on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington on Nov. 15, 2021.
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Jong-Fast cited Richardson’s declare {that a} focus on going after Republican “authoritarians threatening our democracy” could be like former President Abraham Lincoln going after southern slaveholders within the Civil War.

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“To improve Biden’s popularity, earnest consultants might tell him to work on the fundamentals. But the fundamentals are actually good: The economy is getting better. Americans have both cash and jobs,” Jong-Fast wrote. “The disconnect between the facts and the polls suggests that Biden’s true problem is a narrative one. Specifically, he doesn’t have an enemy, a punching bag to absorb Americans’ anger (rational or irrational).”

The graves of a Union soldier with Confederate soldiers are shown at the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park April 7, 2015, in Virginia. 

The graves of a Union soldier with Confederate troopers are proven on the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park April 7, 2015, in Virginia. 
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“If Biden needs to unite voters, whom should he unite them against?” she added. “Boston College professor Heather Cox Richardson told me, ‘Biden could easily declare war on the authoritarians threatening our democracy, much the same as Abraham Lincoln did when he pulled northerners together to stand against the slaveholders.’ That is, he could spend more time trying to direct Americans’ attention to the threat posed by the Trump-directed Republican Party, which is consolidating power at the state level and turning against democracy in large numbers.”

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Jong-Fast expressed her settlement with Richardson, putting blame on Republicans for igniting an extra divide amongst Americans reasonably than probably towards Biden for taking potential motion.

“Now Biden needs to remind Americans of what he’s trying to achieve—rescuing democracy from the threat of authoritarianism, both at home and abroad—and ask them to enlist alongside him in that cause,” she wrote. 

President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden disembark from Air Force One at Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, on Nov, 23, 2021. 

President Joe Biden and first woman Jill Biden disembark from Air Force One at Nantucket Island, Massachusetts, on Nov, 23, 2021. 
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“Voters rallied behind Biden when he made that case on the campaign trail in 2020, and with the right messaging they would do so again today. Democrats are facing considerable headwinds. Fixing the narrative could mean saving democracy,” she added.

Biden has seen his approval score fall to its lowest degree but since taking workplace in January. A latest Fox News ballot confirmed him with solely a 44% approval score, whereas a latest Quinnipiac University ballot confirmed him with a dismal 36% approval score.