KT McFarland: Only Trump, Biden can fix the Great American Divide ripping us apart – here’s how

We can’t go on like this

K.T. McFarland

 By K.T. McFarland | Fox News

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My conservative friends believe the greatest threat to America comes from President-elect Joe Biden and the far-left radicals supporting him. Many Democrats believe the greatest threat to our country comes from President Trump — even after he leaves office Wednesday — and his most ardent supporters.

I believe the greatest threat to America comes from within — from the political civil war we are waging against each other. The right demonizes and distrusts the left, and the left does the same to the right. Republicans and Democrats, too, often go from treating each other as adversaries to treating each other as mortal enemies.

Today half the country distrusts the other half. Many people don’t just disagree with political opponents — they hate them.  

Millions of Americans believe Trump is an incompetent and evil president who should never have been elected. Millions of Trump supporters feel the same way about Biden, and agree with Trump’s claims about election fraud costing the president reelection.

BIDEN TRIES TO GO FROM NORMALCY TO RELEVANCY

We can’t go on like this. The horrific riot at the U.S. Capitol Jan. 6 — which both Democrats and Republicans, including President Trump, have denounced — shows what can happen when political differences escalate into violence. The same thing happened during the summer, when leftist radicals rioted in cities across America, looting stores and setting fires.

So how can we fix the Great American Divide ripping our country apart? How can we restore trust in our system of government and laws, and in each other?

Pro-Trump protesters clash with police during a rally to contest the certification of the 2020 U.S. presidential election results by the U.S. Congress, at the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, U.S, January 6, 2021. Picture taken January 6, 2021. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

KT McFarland: Only Trump, Biden can fix the Great American Divide ripping us apart – here’s how

We can’t go on like this

K.T. McFarland

 By K.T. McFarland | Fox News

Video

KT McFarland: Chaos will reign if Trump, Biden don’t unify America

Former deputy national security adviser debates FOX News correspondent-at-large Geraldo Rivera about Trump impeachment

My conservative friends believe the greatest threat to America comes from President-elect Joe Biden and the far-left radicals supporting him. Many Democrats believe the greatest threat to our country comes from President Trump — even after he leaves office Wednesday — and his most ardent supporters.

I believe the greatest threat to America comes from within — from the political civil war we are waging against each other. The right demonizes and distrusts the left, and the left does the same to the right. Republicans and Democrats, too, often go from treating each other as adversaries to treating each other as mortal enemies.

Today half the country distrusts the other half. Many people don’t just disagree with political opponents — they hate them.  

Millions of Americans believe Trump is an incompetent and evil president who should never have been elected. Millions of Trump supporters feel the same way about Biden, and agree with Trump’s claims about election fraud costing the president reelection.

BIDEN TRIES TO GO FROM NORMALCY TO RELEVANCY

We can’t go on like this. The horrific riot at the U.S. Capitol Jan. 6 — which both Democrats and Republicans, including President Trump, have denounced — shows what can happen when political differences escalate into violence. The same thing happened during the summer, when leftist radicals rioted in cities across America, looting stores and setting fires.

So how can we fix the Great American Divide ripping our country apart? How can we restore trust in our system of government and laws, and in each other?

Pro-Trump protesters clash with police during a rally to contest the certification of the 2020 U.S. presidential election results by the U.S. Congress, at the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, U.S, January 6, 2021. Picture taken January 6, 2021. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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