Democrat President Joe Biden made some powerful remarks about the state of the country during an appearance at Elk Grove Village, Illinois on Thursday, stammering his way through an unintelligible recitation of names of both U.S. states and figureheads.
“And the Ohio Pennsylvania, the Ohio Pennsylvania, from Pennsylvania, the uh, the uh, Illinois president of the Don Harmon, state senator Lauren Murphy, state rep um, uh, Martin M-m-m-m-m-oyland, and uh, we got a great [unintelligible] here too,” Biden said. “Tim, where’s Tim? There you are, thank you. Thank you pal. AFL-CIO state President. And Jeff Isaacson, united brotherhood of carpenters [unintelligible], and Don fen IBW and uh, and Robert rider, reader, Reiter, r-e-i-t-e-r, re-reiter Chicago Federation of Labor, and folks uh, that’s how we beat COVID-19.”
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Biden’s remarks on Thursday came after a new Quinnipiac university poll found that his approval rating has plummeted to a record low, and more than half of Americans view him as dishonest and lacking leadership skills, as reported by National File:
“President Joe Biden receives a negative 38 – 53 percent job approval rating, the lowest score he’s received from the American people on his job performance since taking office, according to a Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pea- ack) University national poll of adults released today,” Quinnipiac reported.
Biden received negative ratings on the economy, the response to the coronavirus, his job as Commander in Chief of the U.S. military, taxes, foreign policy, immigration, and the situation at the Mexican border. Most damningly, less than half of Americans think he is honest and has good leadership skills, with 50% and 56% believing the opposite, respectively.
Quinnipiac University polling Analyst Tim Malloy said, “Battered on trust, doubted on leadership, and challenged on overall competency, President Biden is being hammered on all sides as his approval rating continues its downward slide to a number not seen since the tough scrutiny of the Trump administration.”