An entire political ideology has fallen victim to a progressive-stirred narrative, and at the heart of the attacks: “MAGA Republicans.”

Biden’s infamously dark and divided speech at Independence Hall in Philadelphia just weeks ago provoked millions who hold differing beliefs. He purposefully attempted to split Republicans by their level of conservatism. 

Biden encouraged “Democrats, independents, and mainstream Republicans” to “be stronger, more determined, and more committed to saving American democracy than MAGA Republicans are to destroying American democracy.”

After his divisive speech, Biden said what he was referring to in part was those who don’t recognize the outcome of the 2020 election when it’s “overwhelmingly agreed to be legitimate.” He also didn’t think his speech was divisive, and said “mainstream Republicans” agree.

So what is this strategy? It’s not just dividing Democrats and Republicans, but now dividing within the Republican Party in order to achieve a desired outcome. 

Are you a MAGA Republican or a Mainstream Republican, because apparently the Left is attempting to differentiate in order to cause confusion, disagreement and chaos among Republican voters.

It’s a technique taking place all across the country, where Republicans are falling victim to Democrat-backed spending attacks.

There are several states where this strategic tactic by Dems has just recently altered the outcome of primary elections.

Most recently, the most “MAGA” Republican candidate in the New Hampshire Senate primary election won because of the involvement of Democrats. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer put $3.2 million into the Republican race for the U.S. Senate. The funds went towards attack ads to prevent the more moderate Republican from winning – which ended up working. Now the far-right candidate is headed into the general election and is the preferred candidate to take on incumbent Democrat Maggie Hassan.

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In Michigan, the same thing occurred in the Republican primary. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee put roughly $500,000 into the race in order to get the more Trump-aligned, “MAGA” candidate elected in the state’s third congressional district. The Republican incumbent in turn lost the election and the far-right candidate, again, has proceeded to the general election.

Another example comes from the Republican governor’s primary in Illinois. The Democratic Governors Association and incumbent Democrat Governor JB Pritzker spent $35 million attempting to influence the Republican primary. The funds were used to draw attention to the more far-right candidate and attack the more moderate Republican candidate. 

In yet another example, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Pennsylvania – who is currently the attorney general of the state – spent $840,000 highlighting the stance of Trump-aligned Republican gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano. In this case, Mastriano won the Republican primary by more than 23 points. The Democratic candidate took this approach in an attempt to sway the outcome in his favor in the upcoming general election. 

These are monumental races and they’re being influenced by progressives before Republicans can even make it to the general election. The new goal is clearly to divide from within, because they know that’s the only way to have a chance of winning this November.

Demonizing and characterizing millions of Americans in a dark, dangerous light just shows how far political elites will go to get what they want – even if it takes giving up morals and deceiving the public.