Joe Biden gets very cold welcome in home state of Pennsylvania

 January 14, 2024

President Joe Biden visited Pennsylvania on Friday in order to tout his economic record and bolster his campaign in the key swing state but received a very cold welcome from Pennsylvanians.

Hecklers greeted Biden as he toured small businesses in Allentown, Pennsylvania, called him a "loser," and emphatically shouted that he needed to "go home."

However, the worst reception came from a mob of pro-Palestinian protestors who chanted "genocide Joe" at Biden in connection to his support of Israel in its war against terrorist organization Hamas.

Those protestors also chanted, "We will remember in November," suggesting that the pro-Palestine voter block, which is traditionally Democrat, will not be supporting Biden in 2024 as he faces off with former President Donald Trump.

Biden was touring with Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro and Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA), but that did little to help him. In fact, when visiting a small business, onlookers noticed that Biden seemed to suddenly freeze and become disoriented as if he wasn't sure where he was.

Biden needs Pennsylvania in 2024, but right now it looks like things aren't going well for him in the Keystone State.