Biden seems to think he can buy America’s loyalty. Well, it ain’t working!
After spending $1.9 trillion on “relief,” he wants to squander another $2.5 trillion on “infrastructure.”
As with the last spending bill, only a fraction of the money will be used to help Americans. Most of it will go to “green” companies—run by Democrat donors and allies.
Americans, who are sick and tired of wasteful spending and D.C. lies, don’t seem to be liking Joe’s tactics.
Because this is how they feel about him right now.
From Rasmussen Reports:
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll, Sponsored by SLANTED from Sharyl Attkisson, for Thursday shows that 48% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Biden’s job performance. Fifty percent (50%) disapprove.
After announcing an “infrastructure” bill that will enrich “green” companies, Joe Biden’s daily approval is down again.
His index rating continues to drop to -11. Forty-two percent of Americans strongly disapprove of Joe, against only 31% who strongly approve.
Are we really surprised that his approval continues to be below water? Joe made plenty of promises during his campaign.
Most of them revolved around him being a “better” president than Trump, who could bring the country together through unity.
What kind of unity have we seen from Biden? Um… the “nothing” kind of unity.
Not once has he tried to negotiate with Republicans to craft meaningful legislation. Instead, he has pushed radical policies that go against much of what America stands for.
He is destroying our border by letting in hundreds of thousands of migrants. His Congress is ramming massive spending by ignoring every Republican lawmaker.
And even though hundreds of millions of Americans own firearms, Joe wants to pass the strictest gun control we’ve ever seen.
Hmm… perhaps doing everything Americans hate isn’t the way to lead?
Maybe Joe will wise up before it’s too late. But in reality, all he is doing is giving 2022 to Republicans.
- Joe Biden’s approval continues to suffer, at 48%.
- More Americans strongly disapprove of him than strongly approve.
- This comes after Joe released his bloated, $2.9 trillion spending bill.
Source: Rasmussen Reports