Are you upset with Joe Biden’s disastrous first year as President?
If so, the White House is now apparently recommending that you drink tequila to flush those frustrations out of your mind.
Yes, you read that right. On Friday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki provided Americans who are upset with Joe Biden’s failed Presidency with a remarkable solution to handle their frustrations: Just drink the pain away.
“My advice to everyone out there who’s frustrated, sad, angry, pissed off, feel those emotions, go to a kickboxing class, have a margarita, do whatever you need to do this weekend, and then wake up Monday morning and we gotta keep fighting,” she told ABC’s The View.
Jen Psaki: “My advice to everyone out there who’s frustrated, sad, angry, pissed off, feel those emotions, go to a kickboxing class, have a margarita…”
UNREAL. How is this the “advice” that is now coming from the White House?pic.twitter.com/ENphGJCryZ
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) January 21, 2022
The Biden regime’s first year in power has been described by many as an utter catastrophe. In just 365 days, nearly all of the regime’s efforts have ended in failure, and President finds himself with approval ratings as low as 33%.
Among other policy shortcomings, the list of Biden’s would-have-been agenda “accomplishments” include his Build Back Better and federal election overhaul bills, curbing COVID-19 by implementing tyrannical vaccine mandates.
Instead, both bills failed, COVID-19 is noticeably worse than it was been under his predecessor despite the mass vaccination campaign, and his OSHA vaccine mandate was officially ruled to be unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.
In addition, Americans have been forced to deal with a supply chain crisis, unprecedented inflation rates, rising gas and fuel prices, as the wounds caused by the regime’s tragic, negligent, and devastating Afghanistan withdrawal have barely begun to heal.
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In the foreign policy arena not excluding the Afghanistan tragedy, the situation appears to be grim.
Talks of potential military conflict between Russia and Ukraine have dramatically surfaced at the US State Department, as well as mainstream news channels, who incessantly beat the drums of war, berating Biden for not doing enough about it.
In the background, the looming threat exists of a Chinese incursion into Taiwan. If the two conflicts were to escalate simultaneously, it could potentially result in the end US global hegemony.
This year has been a hard one, and Americans seem to be fed up with the Democrat blunders.
Evidence of America’s apparent anger at the Democratic regime was observed in the Virginia elections in November, which saw a clean sweep victory for Republicans.
Despite Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, former President Barack Obama, and famous celebrities campaigning for devout Clintonite Terry McAuliffe, Virginians sent Washington a stern message by selecting Republicans to serve as their next Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General – even taking back the Virginia House of Delegates.
As the country inches closer to the 2022 midterm elections, Congressional Democrats appear to be jumping ship in order to avoid what some have said will be a political bloodbath for their party at the hands of Republican voters – who overwhelmingly believe that Biden did not legitimately win the 2020 election.
The total number of Democrats who have announced their retirements ahead of the midterm season has now reached a whopping 28, with Reps. Jim Langevin of Rhode Island and Jerry McNerney of California being the most recent.
Rumors are swirling that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will be added to that list if Democrats lose the midterms, as polls predict.
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