I can't believe this is serious question but ok:
The point being, if you missed it, is he's divided, instead of unifying, this country more than it's ever been in our lifetime.
He said he would unite the country. Great job....NOT.
Is it really possible for any president to unite the country in this day and age? Even if Biden morphed into a centrist, FOX News and Republican attack ads would still blast him daily and paint him as a communist.
What has he done specifically to inflame these divisions?
1) He called half the country "akin to Jim Crow". Totally false and unfair and DIVISIVE because he was talking about Trump voters and Republicans in general.
2) Pandemic of the unvaccinated comment. Ummm, Ok, and then the Delta variant hit and EVERYONE got it. Even the triple vaxed that "would not get covid" got it.
There's more but I won't play this game if people aren't paying attention. That is on y'all. These were huge statements from him. How can one not remember he said these things?
Well, at least he didn't call them bitter clingers obsessed with guns and religion, or a basket of deplorables. Nor did he threaten any Supreme Court justices, calling them out by name and saying they'll reap the whirlwind.
So, maybe we're moving in the right direction after all.
But seriously, Biden is dividing the country, but is he dividing it more than Trump would have in his place? I don't think either care much for unity, and both have in fact exploited divisions. But, my personal opinion is that Trump was as active a divider as we've seen.