Why Is Joe Biden Still President?

m.knox

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By his very own metric, he shouldn't be president.

https://issuesinsights.com/2022/05/20/why-is-joe-biden-still-president/

The U.S. recently passed the 1 million mark for COVID-19 deaths, a grim milestone recognized with the lowering of flags to half staff around the country. More than 60% of those deaths have come during the bungling tenure of President Joe Biden, who said in a late-October 2020 debate with Donald Trump that the president should be kicked out of the White House because of how many had died from the virus on his watch. Based on his own standard, Biden should be back in his Delaware basement.

When asked at that debate how he’d “lead this country out of this crisis,” Biden responded with his usual “Big Guy” pomposity:

“220,000 Americans dead. You hear nothing else I say tonight, hear this. Anyone who … is responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States of America.”

About three months later, Biden was inaugurated president. By early November 2021, Biden’s death toll had exceeded 332,000. The total for his 16 months in office is now about 600,000, even though vaccines have been available throughout his term and effective treatments arrived late last year.

Compare these numbers to the Trump presidency, during which 400,000 were killed by COVID in about a year, the majority before vaccines had been rolled out.

Though the Democrats and the press ghoulishly held Trump directly responsible for COVID deaths during his last year in office, we think it’s distasteful, and careless, to blame Biden for lives lost to the virus while he’s been president. There’s only so much a White House can do during a pandemic.

But it’s nevertheless important to point out that Biden not only set a standard that he then should have been required to live by, he also promised the American people that “I will take care of this. I will end this.” It was a lie no one should have believed, a promise impossible to keep.
 
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By his very own metric, he shouldn't be president.

https://issuesinsights.com/2022/05/20/why-is-joe-biden-still-president/

The U.S. recently passed the 1 million mark for COVID-19 deaths, a grim milestone recognized with the lowering of flags to half staff around the country. More than 60% of those deaths have come during the bungling tenure of President Joe Biden, who said in a late-October 2020 debate with Donald Trump that the president should be kicked out of the White House because of how many had died from the virus on his watch. Based on his own standard, Biden should be back in his Delaware basement.

When asked at that debate how he’d “lead this country out of this crisis,” Biden responded with his usual “Big Guy” pomposity:

“220,000 Americans dead. You hear nothing else I say tonight, hear this. Anyone who … is responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States of America.”

About three months later, Biden was inaugurated president. By early November 2021, Biden’s death toll had exceeded 332,000. The total for his 16 months in office is now about 600,000, even though vaccines have been available throughout his term and effective treatments arrived late last year.

Compare these numbers to the Trump presidency, during which 400,000 were killed by COVID in about a year, the majority before vaccines had been rolled out.

Though the Democrats and the press ghoulishly held Trump directly responsible for COVID deaths during his last year in office, we think it’s distasteful, and careless, to blame Biden for lives lost to the virus while he’s been president. There’s only so much a White House can do during a pandemic.


But it’s nevertheless important to point out that Biden not only set a standard that he then should have been required to live by, he also promised the American people that “I will take care of this. I will end this.” It was a lie no one should have believed, a promise impossible to keep.
Because he kicked Trump's ass by seven million votes.
 
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Because he kicked Trump's ass by seven million votes.

Thanks for noting their are a lot of stupid people in CA, IL and NY.

By his own admission, he shouldn't be president. He said it.

“220,000 Americans dead. You hear nothing else I say tonight, hear this. Anyone who … is responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States of America.”
 

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Thanks for noting their are a lot of stupid people in CA, IL and NY.

By his own admission, he shouldn't be president. He said it.

“220,000 Americans dead. You hear nothing else I say tonight, hear this. Anyone who … is responsible for that many deaths should not remain as president of the United States of America.”
He still doesn't know how the presidency is determined. Not only do they support what has to be the worst 1st year of a presidency, they're in complete denial. Now, they don't even have the stock market.
 

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Covid deaths under a Republican president are much different than covid deaths under a Democrat presidents.

Basically the same logic as to what mass shootings get the left's attention and which ones don't
 
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Thanks for noting their are a lot of stupid people in CA, IL and NY.
Yeah, Trump garnered a large majority of the votes in those havens of economic opportunity, educational achievement, and cultural enlightenment, aka the Red States. He should be sworn in forthwith. Just ask Hermy and Dr. Conspiracy Guy. :cool:
 

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Yeah, Trump garnered a large majority of the votes in those havens of economic opportunity, educational achievement, and cultural enlightenment, aka the Red States. He should be sworn in forthwith. Just ask Hermy and Dr. Conspiracy Guy. :cool:

But Biden did state that he should not remain as President, correct?

(Did I spell everything right, LB?)
 
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m.knox

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Yeah, Trump garnered a large majority of the votes in those havens of economic opportunity, educational achievement, and cultural enlightenment, aka the Red States. He should be sworn in forthwith. Just ask Hermy and Dr. Conspiracy Guy. :cool:

LOL... Those havens of crime, poverty and despair....

And shit on the streets...... lmfao...
 

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Think about the latest disapproval numbers for this clown. These are coming from traditional Soc/Dem polling sources.

If the 26% approval rating is accurate, that means that he has now turned even some of the most hard core Soc/Dem knuckleheads against him. Unbelievable. That former number of 35% that would deny anything being wrong with this idiot has now shrunk to 26%. So the brain dead (and the actual dead) that the left wing polling orgs love to use are NOW (finally) having doubts.......End of Times! End of Times!

To put a fine point on this. Take a look at the board Lefties. No defections at all. These ultra-Left nutcases are still totally on board with Biden . What does that tell us about them?
 
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