Biden Under Water — There’s No Saving His Presidency

Americans have had enough.

Enough radicalism; Enough chaos; Enough spending; Enough wokeness; Enough failure.

The current trajectory of the country under Biden’s reign has caused a swift and steady decline in his approval ratings. Americans are not afraid to speak out against his failing administration and disastrous policies both foreign and domestic.

His resulting approval ratings have tanked to a career-low for Sleepy Joe.

As it stands, half of likely voters “strongly” disapprove of his job performance, according to Rasmussen’s Presidential Tracking Poll.

The survey shows Biden’s approval tanking to 40%. Of those, only 21% “strongly” approve.” This marks the first time it has fallen to 40% in the survey, although Biden has come close, reaching 42% a handful of times throughout this month.

Overall, 58% disapprove of Biden’s job performance, and of those, 50% “strongly” disapprove. This also appears to mark the highest disapproval of his presidency in this particular poll.

Biden’s approval has continued to take a tumble since the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan at the end of August, as his administration left hundreds of Americans behind. Then, weeks later, Biden delivered a divisive speech on the Chinese coronavirus pandemic in which he essentially pitted vaccinated Americans against unvaccinated Americans.

During this speech he announced a sweeping plan for forced vaccinations. Small to medium-sized businesses with 100 or more employees will be forced under OSHA rules to demand vaccination. Additionally, anyone working for the federal government will be forced to vaccinate as well.

Now, Biden is facing political controversy over his $3.5 trillion spending agenda, which he claims costs “zero dollars”:

The audacious talking point has raised questions from budget and spending hawks, as Biden’s own budget officials have estimated that his agenda would raise the national debt by nearly $1.4 trillion over ten years.

Joe Biden isn’t even hiding his adherence to the Far-Left any longer, making jokes about it in public.

“I used to be called a moderate,” he reportedly said during an Oval Office meeting with far-left Democrats.

Monday’s RealClearPolitics average of polls showed Biden’s approval under water, with 50.6% disapproving, compared to 45.4% approving.

Author: Elizabeth Tierney