Talk about living in a bubble, President Joe Biden addressed the party faithful Thursday night at the Democratic National Committee winter meeting and urged the party to approach the midterm elections with the same energy and enthusiasm they had in the 2020 election or the nation will face “a sad two years” with Republicans in control of the House and Senate.
“If we don’t do that, don’t do that, it’s going to be a sad, sad two years. Think about Republicans if they controlled the Congress these last two years,” Biden said, according to The Hill.
“I believe we have a record to be incredibly proud of … a message that resonates: Build a better America,” he added. “Now we have to do the work. Now what we have to do is we have to sell it with confidence, clarity, conviction and repetition.”
Biden sees NATO unifying in the face of Russian aggression as a Democratic selling point, never mind that critics suggest Vladimir Putin acted as a result of Biden’s weakness. The president also pushed the latest talking point that gas prices that have been rising since he took office are “Putin’s price hike,” but with inflation at a 40 year high it remains to be seen if the American people fall for the smoke and mirrors.
While Biden is touting his accomplishments, The Hill reported that new polling by Schoen Cooperman Research showed that 61 percent of voters agree that Biden and Democrats are “out of touch with hardworking Americans” and “have been so focused on catering to the far-left wing of the party that they’re ignoring Americans’ day to day concerns” such as “rising prices” and “combatting violent crime.”
“Equally concerning for Democrats, there is a clear sense among the 2022 electorate that the state of the country has deteriorated since Biden became president and that he has not lived up to expectations,” the political news outlet added.
Social media users were certainly not picking up what Biden was laying down… here’s a sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:
What does Biden think the last 13 months have been? Horrifying comes to mind.
— Kelkat (@Tweetytweeter63) March 13, 2022
Can’t get any sadder than right now one might say.
— John C. Barry (@ShrinkGov) March 13, 2022
You didn’t know? Sunshine and Rainbow utopia.
— Kimura Gadsden (@thebeardedmac) March 13, 2022
As opposed to the current “sad two years” we’re experiencing now?
— Dale Cooper, Cherry Pie Aficionado (@Dbl_R_Diner) March 13, 2022
Lmao- cheers with erupt when you’re out of office @JoeBiden ~
— Ali (@asdindiana) March 13, 2022
It’s far more than sad when “sad two years” sounds like a major improvement over the year we just had.
Bring on the sad years because these disgusting and tragic years suck far worse.
— Arthur “Recurring Fountain of Revenue” Dent (@_A_Dent) March 13, 2022
Because Biden’s first year was just peaches and cream…?
— LaborUnionNews.com (@WorkPlaceRpt) March 14, 2022
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