Biden's Idea of 'Unity'? Let's Just Say It Involves Two Dogs, One Donald Trump Chew Toy, and Pictures on Instagram

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So today’s the “big day,” America. Despite protestations from half of the country, Joe Biden is all but guaranteed to be officially elected the 46th president of the United States, as 538 electors in all 50 states cast their votes— 32 years and a whole lot of miles after his first try.

And who can forget Joe’s “electrifying” speech, the Saturday after the election, when the media-declared president-elect spoke of “unity,” and a “time to heal in America.” “Trump supporters are not our enemies,” he declared. “They’re Americans!”

Along with a few other feely-good healy-good lines.

“This is the time to heal in America”

“I will work to be a president who seeks not to divide but unify. I won’t see red states and blue states, I will always see the United States.”

“To those who voted for President Trump, I understand your disappointment tonight. I’ve lost a couple of elections myself. But now, let’s give each other a chance.”

“Let this grim era of demonization in America begin to end, here and now.”

Still warms the cockles of your heart, doesn’t it?

Anyway, as luck would have it, I stumbled across a “Joe Biden Unity Moment” Sunday evening, as I was winding down from the day’s festivities, which included enjoying the best pizza on the planet [“God’s pizza,”] watching my home-team Colts deliver a serious beatdown to the now-Las Vegas Raiders, and pretty much forgetting about politics for the day.

As the headline of this piece suggests, Joe’s “unity” moment involved an Instagram account created for the “First Dogs USA,” and a Donald Trump doll, used as a chew toy in a tug-of-war between the Bidens’ dogs, “Champ”  and “Charlie,” who nauseatingly describe themselves on “their” Instagram account as “First Grandpuppers.” No doubt actually created by pretend-doctor Jill Biden — who, incidentally, has a post on said Instagram account in which “the dogs” (she) insists she’s not a “fake” doctor; she’s 100 percent a “real” doctor. [yawn]

Anyway, on the  Instagram account  —”The Oval Pawffice” [rolling-eye emoji]— the Bidens’ granddaughter, Naomi Biden, supposedly posted several “unifying” images of Champ and Charlie trying to rip the Trump chew toy to shreds.

Awoooof! I hope you’ll enjoy these pics of me, Champ & Charlie First Grandpupper. @NaomiBiden took these during our #TugOfWar match. Champ was the champion — some names are predestined. Just like winning, in a landslide, by a record number of votes. #ByeDon #YoureFired #DOTUS

Aw. How “unifying” of Champ and Charlie to remind half of America that their “grandpa” “won in a landslide,” with extra “unity” tossed in, in the form of hashtags #ByeDon and #YoureFired. Bring’s a “unifying” tear to your eye, doesn’t it?

Too much “unity,” Joe, stop. Just too much. We can’t take any more “unity,” already.

Here’s another “unity” image, this one with just “Champ” — and Donald, who certainly appears to be “enjoying” unity — Biden-style — not to mention the silly “America, am I allowed to chew dis?”

“America, am I allowed to chew dis?

– Champ

Darling, ain’t it?

“Joe Biden has an Instagram account for his dogs, and they just posted pictures of them using the President [sic] as a chew toy. Unity and Healing!”, tweeted Jack Posobiec.

Memo to Trump Derangement Syndrome lefty loons:

With all due respect, I can just hear you clowns: “Relax Trumpers. Can’t you take a joke? It’s just two dogs playing with chew toy, for heaven’s sake, c’mon!” Right.

Let’s pretend Donald Trump was the probable president-elect and he posted pictures on social media of his dogs playing tug-of-war with a Biden doll — after a bitterly contested election. How well would that go over with you hypocritical clowns? How much would you laugh? [Never mind; the question is rhetorical.]

Even better, how about if, let’s say, Barack Obama had been able to run for a third term — which he would’ve jumped at in a nanosecond — and after Trump won — and went on and on about “unity” and stuff — he posted pictures on social media of his dogs ripping apart a Barack Obama chew toy? Hilarious, right? Would you have been good with that?

Of course you wouldn’t have. Trump would’ve immediately been called a “racist,” “white supremacist,” and worse.

Meanwhile, less than 12 hours from the publication of this piece, Joe Biden will no doubt talk once more of “unity” and a “time to heal.” No word on how Champ and Charlie will celebrate “unity” this time.