President Biden tried to deliver yet another speech of unity on Thursday. This one inspired by visits from the three ghosts of Christmas, and the specter of a Republican-controlled House looming over Washington.

Now he wants us all to get along.

“Our politics has gotten so angry, so mean, so partisan,” Biden said. “And too often we see each other as enemies. Not as neighbors, as Democrats or Republicans, not as fellow Americans. We’ve become too divided. But as tough as these times have been, if we look a little closer, we see bright spots all across the country. The strength of determination, the resilience that’s long defined America. We’re surely making progress.”

Colorado’s Democrat delegation was so moved by Biden’s words, they apologized for every hateful thing they’ve said this year about conservatives.

Just kidding, not even one was moved by Biden’s Christmas message to comment or offer their own wishes for a happy holiday and peace on Earth. That canned meme isn’t prescheduled to post until this weekend.

They’re probably miffed at Biden for disregarding Stanford University’s recent missive and using the newly harmful term “American” in his speech.

Biden’s message of “I’m making progress so stop complaining that eggs cost $10 a dozen” didn’t go over well with voters, either.

Meanwhile, Democrats are responding on Twitter with name-calling and hateful remarks to those who aren’t buying Biden’s attempt at sincerity in his Christmas holiday message.

Biden’s Christmas speech didn’t fare any better than last year’s attempt at unity, which also flopped.