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Brandon Straka confronts Biden with a list of things he must do before squawking about unity

Joe Biden’s pretentious call for the nation to come together in the aftermath of the election prompted Brandon Straka, the tireless founder of the grassroots #Walkaway movement, to outline six specific ways that the Democrat presidential nominee can really put unification in practice.

If Joe doesn’t follow through on this homework assignment, Straka also provided a message to him in in no uncertain terms, in language somewhat stronger than than just c’mon man.

According to Joe, or more accurately his social media team/handlers, “The election is over. It’s time to put aside the partisanship and the rhetoric designed to demonize one another. We have to come together.” The Democrats almost single-handedly have elevated the demonization of President Trump and millions of his supporters to performance art, however.

Moreover, in recent weeks, various Democrats have called for targeting and cancellation of Trump supporters. Unity was unheard of when Donald Trump won the presidency in 2016, and the Democrats and their liberal media sycophants, along with the Never Trump Republican cohort, spent the next four years trying to obstruct his administration at every turn.

The high-energy Straka, who has quarterbacked an extensive schedule of pro-Trump rallies all over the country in addition to many media appearances, and has encouraged thousands of Democrats to walk away from their increasingly far-left, radical party (without necessarily becoming Republicans) provided this to-do list for the Biden camp.

  • Acknowledge & apologize for violence & damage done to Trump supporters.
  • Admit Trump is not a racist or bigot.
  • Denounce Antifa.
  • Denounce BLM.
  • Call for transparent audit of 2020 election.
  • Denounce democratic socialists & progressives.

Otherwise, Biden should f— off, Straka concluded.

Biden has never condemned the violence and property crimes carried out by far-left anarchists, which FNC’s Tucker Carlson often referred to generally as Biden voters, although he had an opportunity to do so during the 2020 presidential debates.

According to Biden, quoting FBI Director Christopher Wray, Antifa “is an idea, not an organization.” If, in the end, Biden gets to the White House, many expect him to function merely as a puppet for the left-wing operatives that are actually in the decision-making role.

Straka supporters also weighed in on Twitter about Biden’s after-the-fact and somewhat empty call for less partisanship. Here is just a sample:

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