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Disastrous new poll showing Biden approval ratings in freefall spooks Dems on Halloween

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To say that the honeymoon is over for Joe Biden would be a huge understatement as the nation’s 46th president’s approval ratings are in a death spiral that is rapidly gaining momentum, according to a new poll that is a nightmare scenario for the Democratic party.

Large numbers of Americans are now waking up to the fact that they were conned by campaign trail promises and the claims of the media that putting Biden into the White House would usher in an era of stability, national unity, and an economic rebound for a country that was brought to its knees due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Instead, the nation is divided as never before as a result of Biden’s authoritarianism and fondness for race-baiting demagoguery, his failure to contain COVID, skyrocketing energy and food prices, an unprecedented supply chain crisis, and a humiliating loss of stature on the world stage after the administration cut and run in Afghanistan, surrendering the country to the terrorist coddling Taliban.

Americans are slowly becoming aware of the Biden bamboozle and the just-released poll from NBC News puts Biden’s approval rating at a miserable 42 percent, a number that has appropriately arrived on Halloween, badly spooking Democrats and their media mouthpieces.

Most concerning for the ruling party is that according to the poll, “7 in 10 adults, including almost half of Democrats, believe the nation is headed in the wrong direction,” a sign that voters could be ready for a major course correction in next year’s midterm elections and could shatter Democrat dreams of permanent one-party rule by stripping them of control of Congress.

That is a whopping 71 percent of Americans who believe that the country is headed in the wrong direction.

The survey, which was conducted from October 23-26, shows that 57 percent now disapprove of Biden’s handling of the economy, a rise of 8 points since August, and 51 percent view his handling of COVID to be positive, down 18 points from April when there was still widespread belief that he would be better suited to get the virus under control while restoring normalcy than former President Donald J. Trump, a promise that he based his campaign on.

According to NBC News, “Maybe even more troubling for Biden, just 37 percent of adults give him high marks — on a 5-point scale — for being competent and effective as president, and only 28 percent give him high marks for uniting the country.”

How bad is it for Biden?

Even normally reliable cheerleader Chuck Todd of NBC flagship Sunday morning show “Meet The Press” is admitting that the poll shows that “Americans have lost their confidence in President Biden and their optimism for the country.”

With the phrase “Let’s Go Brandon” becoming a fixture at venues where people gather in large numbers and growing in popularity as the country realizes that they were sold a pig in a poke, it is going to be almost impossible for the media to continue gaslighting Americans into believing that Joe Biden is the most popular president ever.

Meanwhile, Trump received a rousing reception at Saturday’s World Series game in Atlanta where he led Braves fans in performing the tomahawk chop, it is highly unlikely that Biden would have received a similar welcome and almost a certainty that he would have been serenaded with chants of “Let’s Go Brandon” had he showed up at Truist Park.

Things aren’t likely to improve for Biden with so many Americans facing the prospect of being fired from their jobs over his employer vaccine mandates, not to mention the coming pain during the holiday season when the food prices and shortages will hit home at Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Biden is demonstrating where his priorities are by choosing to travel across the pond to meet with global leaders at the big United Nations climate summit while America badly needs leadership at home and voters are noticing that he has been an absentee president since day one.

Chris Donaldson

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