Joe Biden has barely been President of the United States for one year, yet it feels like a much longer time due to Covid-19, the border crisis, inflation, and the attempted Green New Deal that they call the Build Back Better Plan.

Yesterday, Biden stood up and said that we need to pass the John R. Lewis Voting Rights act that the Supreme Court has already said is unconstitutional and would put the South under the thumb of the US Government. Biden seems to think this is what America wants. Is it? 

Joe Biden’s approval rating has been in a free fall since he was elected, and is hitting a new low. USA Today just published a new poll that puts him at 33 percent. They said, "President Joe Biden's approval rating dropped to 33% in a new Quinnipiac University poll, the lowest mark of any major public survey during his presidency, as he takes a beating over his handling of the economy and coronavirus." 

When President Bill Clinton had his approval ratings going the wrong direction, he started to work with Republicans.

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Obviously, President Biden has not figured out that the direction he's taking the country is the wrong direction, because he's doubling down on the things that lost him the support of the American people. As we move closer to the midterm elections, I've had people ask me if voters will forget what Biden has done and vote for Democrats in the midterms. The fact is, President Biden will not let them forget.  

President Joe Biden could have rode the Trump economy to new heights and taken all the credit for it. He would have been a hero if he would've just done nothing. He couldn't do that, and now we're all paying the price. At least the American people have seen who the Democrats really are. They will ride that 33 percent approval rating right into the November red wave. 

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