There’s no President of the United States that doesn’t have weaknesses. President Joe Biden’s are usually seen every time he speaks, at least cognitively, but there’s more for Biden to be worried about. Democrats are turning on the administration, and the poll numbers are dropping considerably.
When it comes to gas prices, Virginia Representative Abigail Spanberger said, “There are a variety of contributing impacts, but certainly I think the buck stops with the president, and I’m proud to be among those legislators on Capitol Hill that will continue to ring the alarm bells about how serious this is.”
Even though Biden is releasing 50 million gallons a day from the U.S. reserve, Americans still only use around 19 million gallons of oil per day.
In a letter to Biden, Spanberger said, “As America’s economy recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, disruptions to supply chains and labor shortages in key sectors have resulted in delays delivering essential goods and price increases across the economy. While I am encouraged that the recently passed Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act includes provisions to ease bottlenecks at ports, bolster our trucking workforce, and generally invest in infrastructure essential to the movement of goods domestically, my constituents need immediate action to ease daily price shocks.”
After a letter urging the release of oil from the U.S. reserves, Biden eventually followed through on. More proof that Biden isn’t running the administration. He’s taking tips and advice from others as long as they’re Democrats.
Even though the Build Back Better Act will increase inflation, it’s charming to see even a slight change in the Democrat narrative. It’s a growing trend to go against the Democrat party, and it’s going to be a slow burn toward reasonable politics.
Biden can’t run from his party. When they turn against him, as they already have, that will complete the circle of distrust for his administration. It isn’t like former Donald Trump and the Republicans. It is a calculated turn that will push back and hopefully turn this country around and in the right direction. It’s clear that citizens want to live a good life, and they’re going to have to vote correctly in the 2022 midterm elections to keep their lives intact if it’s not too late by then.