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SHOCK POLL: Biden Approval Down to 38, Kamala Harris Support CRATERS to 28 Percent

OL BRANDON AND CACKLES ARE TOAST

Among the topline numbers, according to USA Today/Suffolk University, are a 37.8% approval rating for Biden with a 59% disapproval – more than 11 points underwater. Forty-six percent of those included in the survey said Biden has done a worse job than expected, and 64% said they don't want Biden to run for reelection.


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LETS GO BRANDON!
81M VOTES MY ASS
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Reply #1 posted 11/14/21 7:59am

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Majority of Americans Don’t Want Biden to Run Again in 2024

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Reply #2 posted 11/14/21 1:46pm

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Not even Biden himself wants to run in the next election. I hope both sides will come up with something better than Harris VS Trump, because then, America is fucked.
If you take any of this seriously, you're a bigger fool than I am.
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Reply #3 posted 11/16/21 5:45am

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SantanaMaitreya said:

Not even Biden himself wants to run in the next election. I hope both sides will come up with something better than Harris VS Trump, because then, America is fucked.

This woman should have been president from the Democratic side. Harris is a joke. People didn't even want her as she ran for president.

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Reply #4 posted 11/23/21 8:18am

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The Biden administration ... (msn.com)

The Biden administration is losing support among black voters

Scott Davis

It has been over a year since President Joe Biden delivered his victory speech thanking black voters. “You’ve always had my back, and I’ll have yours,” he said.

However, based on his continued decline in popularity with black voters, it appears Biden has fallen short of his promise.

For the past year, the Biden administration has been long on photo ops, embellished positive headlines, and so-called "woke" utterances. But it's lacked genuine reforms to the federal government that would change the black community’s status as the nation’s permanent underclass.

Many black voters appreciate Biden’s appointment of notable black political figures to positions in his administration, his establishment of Juneteenth as a national holiday, and his acknowledgment of the centennial of the Tulsa Massacre.

But as a whole, black voters have considerable experience with exploitation via superfluous political gestures and superficial political appointments. They have seen such appointments before and have a name for it: Bureaucratic blackface, the practice of appointing blacks to positions with fancy titles with no real power, all to give the illusion of diversity and inclusion.

These appointees’ lack of influence was illustrated by their silence when Biden denied 30,000 Haitians asylum into the country as if they were unruly Walmart shoppers on Black Friday. Black immigration activists were surprised none of them spoke up — Vice President Kamala Harris and most of Biden’s black political appointees, after all, had spent the previous four years speaking against the harsh immigration policies of the Trump administration.

The frustration black voters have with Biden reflects my own experience with his administration’s false promises to have “our backs.”

Earlier this year, I contacted White House chief of staff Ron Klain and deputy chief of staff Jen O’Malley Dillon regarding the illegal targeting of myself and other black federal employees who participated in congressional investigations. These employees were denied access to attorneys as U.S. Special Counsel Henry Kerner’s office conducted what I believe to be a retaliatory criminal investigation.

Based on Biden’s campaign rhetoric about criminal justice reform, one would think his office would be quick to address Kerner targeting black federal employees based on false allegations from senior managers who had been caught using government emails to spread hate speech.

Unfortunately, the White House instructed me to follow up with presidential aide Sophia Rubio, who never responded to my concerns.

Biden’s insouciance falls far short of the standard set by the Obama administration, whose Justice Department investigated former U.S. Special Counsel Scott J. Bloch for misconduct. Bloch eventually pleaded guilty to criminal contempt of Congress for willfully and unlawfully withholding pertinent information from a House committee.

According to a recent CNN poll, “58% of Americans say President Joe Biden hasn't paid enough attention to the nation's most important problems, as a majority disapproves of the way he's handling his job as President.”

Biden ought to spend less time flirting with advocates of critical race theory and more time focusing on key education and economic policies. For example, he could prevent states such as Georgia from redistributing over $200 million dollars every year from school districts in metro Atlanta so that black children won’t have to stand on street corners to solicit passing motorists for funds to support after-school programs.

Now that the infrastructure bill has passed, Biden should direct Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg to explain to black voters how he plans to deal with the inequity in the distribution of federal transportation dollars.

For example, in the Atlanta metropolitan area where I live, federal transportation and workforce development funds are distributed by the Atlanta Regional Commission, whose district maps are designed to dilute black representation. This is why the Biden infrastructure bill would not likely benefit most black communities in the Atlanta area.

Biden is fully aware of the challenges black communities such as Atlanta will have accessing the benefits of his infrastructure bill. When Biden was vice president, transit advocates in Baltimore had to file a Title VI grievance with the Department of Transportation to address Maryland's exclusionary transportation funding policies. In September of this year, Johns Hopkins University released a well-publicized report titled "Transit Equity and Environmental Health in Baltimore City,” detailing the need for transportation funding reform.

So in contrast to his political rhetoric, Biden knows that under current federal and state laws, the constituents of Republican congressional representatives who voted against the infrastructure bill are more likely to benefit from the legislation than the black communities whose congressional representatives voted for it.

Biden is mistaken if he believes the frustration that black voters have with his administration can be overcome by constantly trying to scare them with ghost stories about former President Donald Trump coming back to power. A similar sentiment was expressed by television host Jon Stewart during a recent interview.

"I think we make a mistake focusing this all on Donald Trump, as if he's … some incredible super villain that has changed the very nature and temperature of the U.S.," Stewart said.



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Reply #5 posted 11/24/21 1:51pm

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That last quote is very true.
If you take any of this seriously, you're a bigger fool than I am.
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Reply #6 posted 11/24/21 2:44pm

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Telling black folks "vote for me because I'm not as bad as the other guy" won't work as well in 2024 unless there's serious results.

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Reply #7 posted 11/25/21 7:06am

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IF YOU DONT VOTE FOR ME YOU AINT BLACK

WHAT A RACIST POS LYIN BIDEN IS

LETS GO BRANDON FUCK JOE BIDEN
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Reply #8 posted 11/26/21 7:06am

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they are both garbage and 80 million thought they were the best choice?

i dIdn't reAd aNy of that gaRbaG
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Reply #9 posted 11/26/21 1:30pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

they are both garbage and 80 million thought they were the best choice?

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They are both mediocre and underperforming as you would expect in an election that was about anybody but the failed incumbent.

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So no one thought they were the best choice, just a far better choice and they have been proven right so far.

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Here is to hoping that the next choice is better than either trump or Biden - that the parties use the process to find the best choice instead.

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Reply #10 posted 11/26/21 4:01pm

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I said it here before.. I think very possible the republican candidates are president trumps daughter or son in law, come 2024.

I think the democrats with president biden have not got such a clear route.
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Reply #11 posted 11/26/21 4:02pm

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coldcoffeeandcocacola said:

I said it here before.. I think very possible the republican candidates are president trumps daughter or son in law, come 2024.

I think the democrats with president biden have not got such a clear route.

I never heard of Tulsi before, wow she's got impressive credentials [Edited 11/26/21 16:01pm]


So tired I somehow quoted myself to add to my post.
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