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Biden has further to fall in the polls

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Posted By: Garnet, 12/11/2023 5:12:52 PM

Despite being in bad shape politically, President Joe Biden has not hit rock bottom yet. Unlike in 2020, Biden is going to have to campaign, and he is going to have a record to defend — his alone, not one he inherited from former President Barack Obama. And unlike in 2020 and throughout his presidency, the establishment media will have to cover him. As history has shown, exposure and coverage are not a good combination for Biden. To be sure, Biden is still working from an advantage. As usual, the establishment media have given their preferential pass to a Democrat.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: daisey 12/11/2023 5:44:03 PM (No. 1615236)
Anyone going into solitary confinement? Or even arrested?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Venturer 12/11/2023 5:45:18 PM (No. 1615239)
Something is wrong with the minds of people who would vote for this man. He is corrupt, he has destroyed our border, caused inflation had 2 wars during his term and financed both of them Wars we wouldn't have had under trump. He has destroyed Ford and Chevy with his crazed electric plan and still plans more electric problems for us, expensive gas and heating fuel, wants to mutilate children , stumbles around lost, and cannot put two sentences and yet there are idiots who don't care enough about America to send him back to his Delaware basement.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Catherine 12/11/2023 6:00:53 PM (No. 1615245)
# 2 - it's the democratic mind think. A good friend said just yesterday she still thinks Hillary would be a good president. She was raised in a staunch democratic house. She never learned critical thinking. Those are the type who will vote for Biden.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: udanja99 12/11/2023 6:32:25 PM (No. 1615259)
“ Remember that in 2020, he won the popular vote by 4.4 percentage points but still only squeaked through in the Electoral College.” Correction - he STOLE the popular vote by 4.4 percentage points.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 12/11/2023 7:10:17 PM (No. 1615290)
It's a race to the bottom. One is actually winning if their opponent is less liked than they are. The candidate that hits bottom first loses.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Northcross 12/11/2023 7:23:04 PM (No. 1615298)
He is going to fall further because it has already been determined by the higher ups that he is out, and they have given the leftist media new marching orders. Instead of covering for Lunch Bucket Joe, they will be reporting daily on his failures and soon on his blatant corruption.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: chagrined 12/11/2023 7:59:26 PM (No. 1615320)
Joke City! The ONLY thing that will prove the previous statement null and void IS a restoration of President Trump to his rightful place in the White House!!! Where he should've been the last three years!!! Everything else is noise.
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