To suggest that the presidency of Joe Biden is in deep doo-doo wouldn’t be an understatement. Facing a myriad of growing problems — critically, congressional investigations — the embattled president and the Democrat Party continue to slather lipstick on the pig at a record clip, but guess what? Yep, still a pig.
Joe “The Buck Stops Everywhere Else but Here” Biden has blamed everyone but himself for his multitude of crises— most of them intentionally created. Welp, James Clyburn, South Carolina Democrat Congressman and co-chair of the 2024 Biden Campaign, just stepped up to the plate and said, “Hold my beer.”
Along with the Biden Border Crisis, the disaster of Bidenomics stands at the top of the reasons that more than 74 percent of Americans believe the country is on the wrong track, according to the results of a recent poll. And, of course, Buck Passin’ Joe has blamed everyone from the Republican Party for the ongoing illegal alien invasion of America to Russian dictator Vladimir Putin for record inflation, including skyrocketing gas prices since the early days of his presidency.
NBC POLL: "Just 20% of voters believe this country is headed in the right direction. 74% say the nation is on the wrong track." pic.twitter.com/QwzMIqpkkY
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) June 25, 2023
Yet, on Thursday’s broadcast of “CNN This Morning,” Clyburn floated yet another preposterous excuse for the damage inflicted on America by the policies, actions, and inactions of Team Biden.
People really got in a pretty sour mood during that pandemic. We have not spent enough time accentuating the positives that exist today.
COVID, still? Please. And incredibly, Clyburn referenced Biden’s failed economic policies as “positives.”
— MikesRight (@RealLibSmacker) July 7, 2023
Just one problem.
Based on the stark reality that nearly three-fourths of Americans think the country is on the wrong track, the veteran South Carolina Democrat’s “sour mood” excuse was as laughable as it was elitist. Clyburn, in effect, suggests that more than seven in 10 Americans are too stupid to realize how good they have it under the sterling leadership of a president who’s more concerned with “gender-affirming care,” “proper use of pronouns,” and “white supremacy”— the number-one “existential threat” to America, Biden claims, in his mental-acuity-challenged mind.
The hyperpartisan Democrat continued:
I was a co-chair — or the chair of the COVID-19 committee and people really got in a pretty sour mood during that pandemic, and we’re trying to get out of it. We came out of the administration that talked about infrastructure every other day and never spent one dime on infrastructure. Joe Biden has put an infrastructure program in place and people are just beginning to experience it.
And I think that, as we go on, people will see the connection. That’s why he’s coming here today, to talk about what his infrastructure program has done for this country and what it has done for South Carolina. I do believe that, in the coming months, people are going to see the impact.
Like Biden, Clyburn was trying to sell the “bet on the come” schtick, suggesting that “as we go on, people will see the connection.”
Not to nitpick, but the worst president in at least modern history has been in office for 29 months. The question remains: Where’s the beef? The border crisis continues unabated, and the jobs growth rate slowed in June, with new payrolls falling below expectations. Put simply, inflation is still uncomfortably high and wages haven’t kept up with price hikes.
In addition, according to a nationwide 2021 U.S. Education Culture poll, as reported by Parents Defending Education, “Americans overwhelmingly reject ‘woke’ race and gender policies in K-12 education,” which also contributes to the belief by a strong majority of voters that Joe Biden’s America is on the wrong track.
Toss in Biden’s age, his steadily declining mental state, the various Biden Family Business scandals, and the continuing adventures of wayward son Hunter Biden, and is it any wonder that more than seven out of 10 Americans reject Joe Biden and his embattled presidency? Hell no.
Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this article stated that the president has been in office for nearly 20 months. We apologize to our readers for this error.