President Biden issued a strong call for unity in his inaugural address, pleading, “We must end this uncivil war that pits red against blue, rural versus urban, conservative versus liberal…”
But his executive orders—signed on day one of his administration drive a hard-left agenda.
“Mr. Biden stressed unity of purpose” the New York Times wrote, “But his first actions in office are aimed not at compromise and cooperation with his adversaries, but instead suggest a determination to quickly erase much of the Trump agenda.”
The new president signed 17 executive orders, waging what the Times called a “full-scale assault on his predecessor’s legacy.” That is not staking middle ground. That is not moving towards unity.
The administration threatens to be hostile when it comes to religious liberty and is going to create a very difficult situation for Christians and others whose religious convictions are incompatible with the LGBTQ revolution or the pro-abortion movement.