With 50 years working in the federal government, Biden has surely experienced multiple waves of backlash. But, as president, he never thought America would turn on him so swiftly.
Joe Biden banked the success of his presidency on America’s opposition to Former President Trump — but that plan totally backfired.
As it turns out, Americans are not opposed to Donald Trump. As a matter of fact he received more votes than any sitting president in U.S. history. He would have raked in more if Democrats weren’t allowed to steal an entire presidential election.
Trump captured the enthusiasm of America and made it cool to be patriotic again. Biden, on the other hand, is a first class embarrassment.
While stooping for embattled governor of Virginia Terry McAuliffe in Arlington, Biden was met with a sonic boom of chants against him, an event that clearly rattled the mentally declining president.
Biden responded to protestors after hearing the chant, but he couldn’t disguise just how comfortable the backlash made him.
“Let them go. That’s okay. That’s alright. Why don’t you hang out and talk to me after this is over, okay?” Biden said.
McAuliffe, who was also on stage, can be seen laughing behind Biden while the crowd chants.
Joe Biden and former president Barack Obama – amongst others – have been campaigning for McAuliffe in hopes of defeating Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin. Political analysts have characterized the race as a bellwether for the 2022 midterm elections.
The race is a dead ringer, according to most recent polling, with both sides desperate for a win as an indication of future success for their respective parties.
Some protesters are shouting off the top of Biden's McAuliffe rally in Virginia; they were drowned out with "We Love Joe" chants from the Democrat crowd.
"Why don't you hang on and talk to me after this is over, OK?" Biden said. "This is not a Trump rally, we let 'em holler." pic.twitter.com/qVsOjTvHQ3
— Josh Wingrove (@josh_wingrove) October 27, 2021
Not only was Biden the biggest embarrassment of the night, but he fell back on an old campaign trick from the ’20 presidential election.
Biden could not stop mentioning President Donald Trump.
Donald Trump was brought up at least 24 times by Biden during his speech, according to the New York Post.
How will the White House deny the hatred for Biden now?
Author: Elizabeth Tierney