Biden’s poll numbers are so putrid that even MSNBC is forced to admit it

President Joe Biden closed out the year with his poll numbers signaling that he will be one and done come November when voters render their verdict on the deeply unpopular leader.

How bad are the geriatric Democrat’s numbers? So bad that even his cheerleaders at MSNBC are no longer able to spin it any other way than to level with the cable network’s brainwashed left-wing viewers that, barring a dramatic shift in public perception, the incumbent is in serious trouble.

On Sunday’s New Year’s Eve edition of “American Voices” on the Democrat propaganda outlet, national political correspondent Steve Kornacki found himself cast into the role as the bearer of bad news, breaking down the final poll of 2023 showing that Biden has the worst numbers of any incumbent heading into a reelection year and could suffer the same fate as other one-term presidents.

“How does this compare to past presidents entering the reelection year? Here, you can see it. Here’s the 40 that we have Biden at right now. These are all the final polls heading into the election year, a reelection year that NBC conducted,” he said, suggesting that Biden could be voted out after only one term as were former presidents Donald J. Trump and George HW Bush.

“That’s the lowest,” he added, referring to the president’s putrid numbers. “That’s the lowest in an NBC poll for an incumbent facing a reelection year.”

Among the top concerns of respondents was Biden’s age, a continuing trend showing a lack of confidence that the already flailing octogenarian is physically and mentally fit for the rigors of another four-year term.

Biden’s frequent senior moments and confusion aren’t exactly bolstering his cause and his often incoherent New Year’s Eve message in an interview with Ryan Seacrest that aired on ABC’s annual edition of “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve” on Sunday will only reinforce the perception with voters.

Speculation that Democrats will shove Biden into retirement rather than see the White House handed back over to Trump will only increase in the coming months if Biden’s polling doesn’t improve.

In a recent interview, Trump stated that he doesn’t believe that there will be a rematch of the controversial 2020 election, one which he has maintained was rigged against him.

“When you compare him today to 15 or 20 years ago, he’s a different kind of a guy. The guy can’t talk. The guy can’t put two sentences together,” the Republican frontrunner told conservative outlet Breitbart News in an interview last week. “So I do think this: I cannot believe he’s going to be the nominee. I hope he is. But I can’t believe he’s going to be the nominee,”

Chris Donaldson

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