Biden ‘Gets Down On His Knees’ And Begs Democrats To Save Him

The future of Joe Biden’s presidency is hanging on by a thread.

Month after month, his administration seems to rack up failures the likes of which have tanked his approval rating and soured the American people against him. Nothing can stop the devastation he’s caused, and Americans are not shy to admit their feelings about the cognitively deficient president.

Case in point: any time a large group of Americans get together, “F*** Joe Biden” or “Let’s Go Brandon” chants are heard loud-and-proud.

On Thursday, Joe Biden announced an updated version of his “Build Back Better” plan; a do-over after his initial $3.5 trillion spending package failed to pass negotiations in his own party.

White House doctors shot Biden up with whatever allows him to be functional, and Sleepy Joe took the podium next to his queen, Vice President Kamala Harris.

Biden continues to repeat similar lies and mistruths about his plan, mainly about its price tag, which he insists is zero dollars. He really does believe the American people are a bunch of idiots. Frankly, he isn’t too far off on that.

Either way, Biden pressed on, extolling the virtues of his updated plan. He lauded the half a billion dollar investment to fight the invisible monster ‘climate change,’ government-provided free preschool, and radical changes to immigration law.

But now the race is on to get the Build Back Better re-do passed — and it doesn’t look like a possibility.

On Thursday, Biden held a meeting with House Democrats begging them for support on his agenda.

“I don’t think it’s hyperbole to say that the House and Senate majorities and my presidency will be determined by what happens in the next week,” he said according to reports from inside the meeting.

And he’s absolutely correct, but it’s likely that House and Senate majorities and his presidency is already in peril regardless if his spending package becomes law.

“I need you to help me. I need your votes,” he added.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pressed for Democrats to help pass the president’s infrastructure deal — even though she’s pushed off the vote yet again due to ‘Squad’ resistance.

“When the President gets off that plane we want him to have a vote of confidence from this Congress. … In order for us to have success, we must succeed today,” Pelosi said referring to the president leaving for Rome.

Author: Sebastian Hayworth