President Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill hasn’t given him any credit in the public’s perception. Though there was considerable support for the bill, Biden can’t escape the detrimental inflation that Americans have seen for reasons unknown.
According to Fox News, “Biden’s approval rating in the new survey stands at 41%, with disapproval at 53%.” But it’s more than just one poll: the president has 42 percent approval and 53 percent disapproval in an average of the most recent polls compiled by RealClearPolitics.”
It’s fascinating to watch the Biden administration make attempts to reclaim his name. Even House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has had to try and change Biden’s perception in other countries.
A USA Today/Suffolk poll showed that “If the election were held today, those polled say they would vote for their Republican congressional candidate over the Democratic candidate by a margin of 46 percent to 38 percent, a lead that bodes well for GOP hopes of gaining a majority in the House and Senate.”
With Biden’s slipping approval rating, it’s clear that citizens of the United States regret their decision.
Biden keeps saying, “you want to be a millionaire or billionaire, that’s great. But, pay your fair share.”
He gets plenty of support for his words, but his actions are the troubling part. The rise in taxes on $400,000 isn’t going to be on individuals. As Red State reported, “As we previously stated, even the $400,000 promise was a bit of a bait and switch when you thought it meant individuals, and then they later said it meant households.”
Biden also broke himself while speaking. Not an unusual circumstance, but something we’ve all grown to know about him.
The New Hampshire trip was anything short of ridiculous and unnecessary. For a president who rarely takes press questions, he went well out of his way to hold a press conference in the snow where he couldn’t make it through the speech without mentally failing the American people.