Biden’s List of Failures This Week Goes On and On

Even mainstream media can’t ignore the fact that this past week has been President Biden’s worst week since entering office a year ago. Even pro-Joe network CNN aired a lengthy list of Biden’s numerous failures from this past week as he suffered crushing blows across a variety of issues.

The biggest was likely the Supreme Court’s blocking of his vaccine mandate for large employers. The 6-3 ruling ended plans to mandate vaccines for companies with 100 or more employees.

The news grew worse as his voting rights bill took a hit after two Democrat senators said they will not support a change to filibuster rules to ram through Biden’s efforts to take over state voting laws.

That’s in addition to a disastrous approval rating. CNN noted a poll ranking him at 42 percent. Other polls have shown him as low as 33 percent approval nationwide.

 

The Build Back Better plan has also not made progress in the Senate. The initial plan was to put it off and focus on a voting rights bill. Now neither bill is looking like it will pass anytime soon and probably not at al.

It was a rough week, and one bad enough that liberals are starting to panic. The stats show what many Americans already realize – Democrats are going to be in trouble at the midterm elections this year. Watch it now for details.


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