BREAKING: Democrats Deliver Bad News To Biden Family - Get Out...

July 12, 2022

President Joe Biden isn't doing ok. It's just time for him to go, and HIS OWN PARTY agrees.

64 percent of Democrats, yes that says Democrats, do not want Joe Biden to run for a second term, a New York Times/Siena College poll revealed.

Only 24 percent prefer Joe over another Democrat in 2024, the poll shows.

"Everything in this poll is bad for His Fraudulency. His job approval rating has collapsed to just 33 percent. A clear majority of 60 percent disapprove of the job he’s doing. His unfavorable rating is 58 percent. His favorable rating is only 39 percent," reports Breitbart.

"On the job approval front, only 70 percent of Democrats approve of the job Biden is doing, while 25 percent disapprove. That number should never dip below 85 percent approve, 15 percent disapprove," reports Breitbart.

"As I’ve been saying for more than a year now, Biden’s poll numbers will start to crater only after his base begins to erode. If you can hold on to your base of support, you can keep your job approval rating in the low forties. I had expected the bottom to fall out of Biden’s base after the November midterms, after the coming wipeout. What hurried that discontent along is probably two things," wrote Nolte of Breitbart.

"The first is that the economy is sinking with no light at the end of the inflation tunnel," said Nolte.

"The second is how demoralized Democrats are now that they’ve lost the institution of the Supreme Court. With almost every major ruling not going their way — especially abortion — the reality of a Trump Court that respects its duty to the Constitution has taken the wind out of the left’s sails," Nolte said. "They want a young, vibrant fighter—you know, like Hillary."

"Even Lyndon Johnson wasn’t facing this sort of rebellion this early in his first elected term," continued Nolte. "What we’re seeing is unprecedented. Joe Biden is unquestionably the worst president in history."

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