Democrats are annoyed with Biden

Democrats are annoyed with Biden

By Adam Schultz – Official Portrait- President Biden

It’s just another day, another barrage of major media outlets attacking Joe Biden. From rallies like Colorado Springs to the halls of the White House, Democrats are pressing the urgent message that voters cannot afford to fold and tune out. Shootings are routine, a nationwide abortion right has ended, and Democrats may be facing a major setback at the ballot box in the coming election. This seems to be the norm, and they have started taking matters into their own hands.

In the eyes of many frustrated Democrats, the country faces an all-out crisis on many fronts, and President Biden seems either unable or unwilling to react with the necessary force. Democrats have been gearing up for an uphill climb for months, and multiple polls have shown President Joe Bidens approval declining, including among members of his own party. Many Democrats believe that President Joe Biden has really limited options and that any desperation about his failure to reverse regulation will be outweighed by Democratic anger at the Republicans in November.

In the view of many distraught Democrats, the country is facing a full-blown crisis on a range of fronts, and Biden seems unable or unwilling to respond with appropriate force. Democracy is under direct attack, they say, as Republicans change election rules and the Supreme Court rapidly rewrites American law. Shootings are routine, a constitutional right to abortion has ended and Democrats could suffer big losses in the next election.

“There is a leadership vacuum right now, and he’s not filling it,” said Adam Jentleson, a Democratic consultant and former top adviser to then-Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid of Nevada. “I sympathize with the argument that there’s very little they can do legislatively. But in moments of crisis, the president is called upon to be a leader. And when people are feeling scared and angry and outraged, they look to him for that, and they’re not getting much.      ”

There is a lot riding on it for Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Manchin, and President Joe Biden. Schumer is sending texts today to the Senate parliamentarian reflecting a deal struck between all Democrats — including Sen. Joe Manchin, that would authorize Medicare to negotiate the price of prescription drugs. The main question facing Senate Democrats and the White House this month is now whether or not they will be able to reach a deal.

Schumer will submit text today to the Senate parliamentarian reflecting an agreement among all Democrats – including Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) – to allow Medicare to negotiate prescription drug costs. The parliamentarian will then begin the “Byrd Bath” review process to make sure the proposal conforms with the Senate’s arcane reconciliation rules.

At this pointthe rest of the package – informally dubbed Build Back Manchin – is up in the air. This is the low-hanging fruit. Manchin has always supported this policy, as do 49 other Senate Democrats. So Schumer is starting with the lowest common denominator.   “

President Biden will rebuild the economy of this nation better after the COVID-19 pandemic, and create millions of jobs, strengthening small businesses and investing in jobs for the future. President Biden will take steps to rebuild the nations standing in the world, bolster America’s national security workforce, restore Democratic alliances around the globe, stand up for American values and human rights, and prepare America’s middle class to succeed in the global economy. Among other crises that confront us, according to Mr. Biden or administration officials, are an economic crisis, an increasing housing crisis, a continuing public health crisis from gun violence, an aid worker crisis, a global refugee crisis, and, just over the border, a worsening humanitarian crisis in Ethiopia.

Let’s hope he just keeps on saying and doing the same thing over and over. Biden and Harris talk about helping more outside countries than what they are doing for the American People. On the Government website, they have their priorities laid out in plain view You can take a look here. The Biden administration needs to get its priorities right. The American people are suffering from the rise of inflation beyond belief.

We need to reverse history with Biden in the white house by taking all three branches of the government back. I just can’t stress enough that the House is going to fall back into Republican’s hands, the Senate is up for grabs, and the American people are already wanting a new President. We need these first two branches of government, the House and the Senate, then in 2024 take back the White House.

God Bless the United States, God Bless the Veterans


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