Why is Biden now less popular than Trump? He's earned it.

m.knox

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Biden is pure scum. Senile corrupt scum. Enriched from 50 years of "public service." Oh, yeah, and he's thoroughly ineffective at everything (except enriching himself).

81 MM assholes.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opin...s-popular-than-trump-hes-earned-it/ar-AAU1vgk

But then came the bait and switch. In office, Biden veered to the left, pursuing a “big and bold” progressive legislative agenda. Things looked good at first; Biden’s honeymoon period of robust poll numbers stretched into July.

Then the hits began to pile up. The White House declared July 4 was Independence Day from the COVID-19 pandemic, but was blindsided by the delta variant, followed by the omicron wave. Public confidence in Biden’s ability to manage the crisis plummeted.

In August, the botched pullout from Afghanistan and surprise Taliban entry into Kabul also drove numbers lower. Though many expected this to be a temporary blip, by Labor Day, Biden’s approval rating was firmly underwater and heading down.

The legislative foibles of the fall and winter – the collapse of the Build Back Better bill, the defeat of the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and no progress on immigration reform, minimum wage or student debt relief – sent the message that this White House could not deliver.

Then came inflation. The White House downplayed it, joked about it, said it was temporary, then slammed NBC News anchor Lester Holt for even asking about it.

And as reports of worsening inflation began piling up, Biden touted the supposed "strongest first-year economic track record of any president in the last 50 years." No wonder Obama adviser David Axelrod says it’s time for Biden to start "painting a credible, realistic picture."
 

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Trump currently has a higher unfavorable rating than Biden.
And Trump having a .4 percent higher favorabikuty in 2018 is essentially meaningless.
 

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Now that's a hell of a sentence....

Hey, call me when another president resides over this.... Facts suck, say?

https://issuesinsights.com/2020/09/...ss-boom-that-benefited-women-minorities-most/
Here are some facts
 

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Biden is a failure. You voted against America.
Biden is pure scum. Senile corrupt scum. Enriched from 50 years of "public service." Oh, yeah, and he's thoroughly ineffective at everything (except enriching himself).

81 MM assholes.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opin...s-popular-than-trump-hes-earned-it/ar-AAU1vgk

But then came the bait and switch. In office, Biden veered to the left, pursuing a “big and bold” progressive legislative agenda. Things looked good at first; Biden’s honeymoon period of robust poll numbers stretched into July.

Then the hits began to pile up. The White House declared July 4 was Independence Day from the COVID-19 pandemic, but was blindsided by the delta variant, followed by the omicron wave. Public confidence in Biden’s ability to manage the crisis plummeted.

In August, the botched pullout from Afghanistan and surprise Taliban entry into Kabul also drove numbers lower. Though many expected this to be a temporary blip, by Labor Day, Biden’s approval rating was firmly underwater and heading down.

The legislative foibles of the fall and winter – the collapse of the Build Back Better bill, the defeat of the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and no progress on immigration reform, minimum wage or student debt relief – sent the message that this White House could not deliver.

Then came inflation. The White House downplayed it, joked about it, said it was temporary, then slammed NBC News anchor Lester Holt for even asking about it.


And as reports of worsening inflation began piling up, Biden touted the supposed "strongest first-year economic track record of any president in the last 50 years." No wonder Obama adviser David Axelrod says it’s time for Biden to start "painting a credible, realistic picture."

An opinion piece? WTF
 

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As a long time Dem, I’m switching to the R party.

I just can’t believe how my party, once the party of the common man, has turned full authoritarian.

How did my performance play?
 
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We got Biden because you dipshits elected the moron trump. I just hope we can move on from him or it will get worse , way worse. But hey that's 'murica these daze : flush your toilet and they become your president.
 
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As a long time Dem, I’m switching to the R party.

I just can’t believe how my party, once the party of the common man, has turned full authoritarian.

How did my performance play?
Good luck being associated with a party .....you just announced unfaltering allegiance to the trump POS
 

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Trump stands for nothing and no one except himself.
He doesn't care about the country, thr constitution or the American people.
He only cares about himself.
The sooner you Trumpers realize this the better off the country will be.
Blah, blah, blah. The party you support, Democrats are against the Constitution, the EC, and the basis of the SCOTUS. You're fos. Like usual.
 
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No honest person thinks the federal bureaucracy, with addled Joe Biden as figurehead, is doing a good job.

Even stupid, honest people are saying it.
Living on the Fairfax North Arlington area you can imagine the people's republic. Well the silver lining in the dark cloud of CoVid 19 was that all of the sudden the local government run schools failed. Once the “state” failed them because their high taxes were paying for a failed government school system and God forbid their rug rats might actually have to work at something their attitude changed. They will remain believing is a socialist utopia just not in their neighborhoods
 

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Blah, blah, blah. The party you support, Democrats are against the Constitution, the EC, and the basis of the SCOTUS. You're fos. Like usual.
I am certainly against the electoral college and I think presidents should be elected by straight popular vote.
But it should be done legally.
See the constitution is not perfect and there are legal ways to change it.
Unlike Trump who tried to subvert the constitution by having Pence decertify the election and have the state legislatures pick the president.
Under any interpretation of the constitution, that is completely illegal and unconstitutional.
 
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I am certainly against the electoral college and I think presidents should be elected by straight popular vote.
But it should be done legally.
See the constitution is not perfect and there are legal ways to change it.
Unlike Trump who tried to subvert the constitution by having Pence decertify the election and have the state legislatures pick the president.
Under any interpretation of the constitution, that is completely illegal and unconstitutional.
Of course you are against the Electoral college because people in fly over states a meaningless people to you and their rights should be suppressed. I would lay 10 to 1 you are against the Bill of Rights.
 

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I am certainly against the electoral college and I think presidents should be elected by straight popular vote.
But it should be done legally.
See the constitution is not perfect and there are legal ways to change it.
Unlike Trump who tried to subvert the constitution by having Pence decertify the election and have the state legislatures pick the president.
Under any interpretation of the constitution, that is completely illegal and unconstitutional.
I am going out on a limb here and guessing you have no idea why the electoral college was created. Don’t even bother responding. We already know you are clueless.
 

JeffClear

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Of course you are against the Electoral college because people in fly over states a meaningless people to you and their rights should be suppressed. I would lay 10 to 1 you are against the Bill of Rights.
No I think people should be treated the same no matter where they live.
Just because someone lives in Montana shouldn't mean their vote counts more.
It is a ridiculous system that was set up to defend slavery.
 
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PSUEngineer89

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Living on the Fairfax North Arlington area you can imagine the people's republic. Well the silver lining in the dark cloud of CoVid 19 was that all of the sudden the local government run schools failed. Once the “state” failed them because their high taxes were paying for a failed government school system and God forbid their rug rats might actually have to work at something their attitude changed. They will remain believing is a socialist utopia just not in their neighborhoods
Well, we will see if they have had enough
 
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