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Former US National Security Adviser David Bolger said that US President Joe Biden wants to get rid of the political conflict in the legislature, the government and the country, but it seems that Biden is unable to do so.
He indicated – in his speech to the “Beyond the News” program (1/13/2021) – that the Democrats do not have the majority and therefore they cannot achieve the majority in making decisions, expecting that the next stage will be difficult and that the president is unlikely to succeed on the basis of the right to vote. .
Biden had called for a change in the Senate’s procedural rules to allow passage of legislation protecting the rights of minorities to vote, especially in Republican-controlled states, while the US Assistant Attorney General warned that there is a growing threat in the country led by people motivated by racial hostility and hostile ideologies. for the government.
For his part, California Republican Party Chairman Ron Neering believed that every American citizen has the right to vote and vote, but what Democrats are trying to achieve is the federal government’s control of the elections by changing the rules of the Senate.
He added that it is necessary to seek to resolve political divisions and mitigate their severity and to convey a message that the ability to solve internal problems, noting that resorting to violence is something that must be confronted, assessing the situation in the country as improving to overcome the events of the past year witnessed by Congress.
On the other hand, writer and political analyst Muhammad Al-Minshawi opposed the opinion that the issue was primarily political, considering that the level of division is increasing dramatically, the rate of polarization is high in all issues, and he expected violence to erupt again, especially in light of the sharply polarizing climate supported by the partisan media in the country.
It is noteworthy that the US Assistant Attorney General and Head of the National Security Unit in the department, Matthew Olson, said that there is a growing threat in the country led by people motivated by racial hostility and anti-government ideologies. He added that it was decided to establish a unit concerned with domestic terrorism in the ministry to enhance the current handling of this matter.