Very little is going well these days for President Joe Biden who is beset with soaring inflation and growing concerns about a baby formula shortage in America, not to mention the wide open southern border with Mexico that Americans are starting to take notice of, according to recent polling.
And while the troubles mount, Team Biden is busy pushing a new line of attack against Donald Trump supporters, with the president recently saying the “MAGA crowd is really the most extreme political organization that’s existed in American history—-in recent American history.” Talk about reaching for straws, has Biden taken a look at his own administration lately?
But even here, things are not going too well. Never mind that the president is effectively smearing 74 million people who voted for Trump in 2020 while he proudly pursues his “ultra-MAGA” strategy ahead of the midterms, where most pundits believe Democrats are going to get a shellacking, Biden even saw his attempt to pin the former president with a demeaning nickname blow up in his face.
While touting his claim that he decreased the federal deficit at a recent $30,000-per-head fundraiser, Biden said, “Under my predecessor, the great MAGA king, the deficit increased every single year he was president.”
Turns out, Trump rather liked the new nickname, taking to his new social media platform Truth Social to post this meme:
Hell, Trump even thanked Biden for the new moniker:
Things are so bad for Biden that even Fox News host Geraldo Rivera is panning him for his poor use of a nickname.
“Tim Ryan, the popular congressman, is running now against [GOP nominee] JD Vance. He doesn’t want anything to do with Joe Biden,” Rivera said, talking about the Senate race in Ohio.
“When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser,” he remarked, before adding, “So I believe that Biden has such difficulty communicating that even his nicknames [and] smears are ineffective.”
The Babylon Bee did not disappoint with their satire-dripping meme and headline:
Jesse Watters, co-host of “The Five,” chimed in to suggest Trump being offended by being called the “Great MAGA King” would be like him having a problem with being called “King FOX.”
“I don’t understand where Brandon gets these nicknames. This is a real reach. It’s not natural,” Watters said. “Do you remember the Neanderthal line? That kinda backfired.”
Nonetheless, outgoing White House press secretary Jen Psaki is standing by the lame line of attack, as seen in remarks Thursday at a Christian Science Monitor breakfast that “The Five” shared.
“People have asked, where do you come up with ultra-MAGA? Where did he come up with — what did he call President Trump? Big MAGA? I don’t know. The king of MAGA? This is all — he is having a good time being out, drawing the contrast and I think you will see much more of that. And that I think will be helpful in sharpening for the public what the choices are,” Psaki said.
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