Biden Ends the Year in Worst Possible Way: ‘Absolute Collapse in Support’

Joe Biden’s approval rating has hit a record low as we reach the end of his first year in his presidency.

National polls showed Biden’s approval rating dropped below 40 percent in mid-November, according to ABC News/Washington Post and Quinnipiac University.

More recent surveys confirm Biden that 51 percent of Americans disapprove of his job performance, according to a FOX Business poll.

Even a CNN survey found that 52% of Americans disapprove of Biden’s job performance.

53 percent of Americans disapprove of his job performance according to a poll by Real Clear Politics just before Christmas break.

Democratic pollster John Anzalone, who conducted surveys for Biden in the 2020 campaign, admits that “we all know that voters are in a sour mood.”

Longtime Republican pollster Tony Fabrizio noted that Biden is suffering an “absolute collapse of support among independents, which were the backbone of his victory in ’20,” as well as “the collapse among Hispanic voters.”

Regarding the lack of support from independents and Hispanic voters, Fabrizio argued, “From a voter group perspective, those are two significant shifts which mean the difference between the Democrats losing a handful of House seats or a wave that just takes them out of 40 seats or more.”

Fabrizio conducted surveys for Trump’s 2016 and 2020 campaigns.

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Joe Biden, who is already the oldest person to become president in 2020, will be approaching the age of 82 at the time of the next presidential election in November of 2024.

Private text messages that surfaced from Hunter Biden revealed multiple jokes to his therapist about his father suffering from dementia.

Ronny Jackson, who is the former White House physician under both Presidents Obama and Trump, has also warned Americans that “something’s seriously wrong with Biden” regarding his mental health.

On the other hand, Kamala Harris is the worst vice president in U.S. history with an approval rating of only 28 percent, according to USA Today. Business Insider confirmed this is the lowest rating for any vice president in history.

A bombshell article from CNN interviewed nearly three dozen current and former staffers for Harris which showed there is significant dysfunction within her team. “Harris is struggling with a rocky relationship with some parts of the White House,” CNN reported about Harris, who once even accused Joe Biden of being racist during the Democratic primary race.

Multiple top aides on Harri’s team have quit, including veteran communications chief Ashley Etienne who previously worked for Obama, Joe Biden, and Nancy Pelosi.

All of the rumors have been finally put to rest as the White House confirms that Biden will seek reelection in 2024 with Kamala Harris as his running mate.

During a press briefing, White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre confirmed Biden does indeed plan to run for reelection in 2024 and that he also plans to keep Vice President Kamala Harris on the ticket.

A reporter asked, “I’m hoping you can clear something up here when it comes to the question of 2024.”

“The Vice President did an interview with The Wall Street Journal. She was asked if she assumed that Biden would run again, and she didn’t say yes.”

“She just said that the two of them hadn’t talked about it. Of course, you all and the President himself have said that he does plan to seek reelection. So what’s the disconnect here?”

“I can’t speak to a conversation that the Vice President and the President has,” Jean-Pierre answered. “I could only say what and reiterate what Jen (Psaki) has said and what the President has said himself. He is planning to run for reelection in 2024. I don’t have any more to add to that.”

The reporter asked, “But just to be clear, when the President says he plans to run again, he means with Harris on the ticket?”

“Yes, he does. There’s no change,” Jean-Pierre replied. “Yes. Yes.”

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