Biden Celebrates After Yet Another Failure

( Over the weekend, 79-year-old President Joe Biden fell off his bicycle, from a standing position, in front of a crowd of applauding fans and photographers. Since the birth of our nation, it was one of the most pitiful and humiliating tragedies an American president had ever experienced.

President Biden became the least popular commander in chief in history on Monday, marking another historic failure. As reported by FiveThirtyEight’s polling average, Biden’s job approval rating of 39.8% is the lowest by an American president at this time in his first term.

Reports show that Biden’s current approval rating is around 30 percentage points lower than those of George W. Bush and George H.W. Bush at this time in their respective presidencies. After his first 517 days in office, he is less well-liked than Donald Trump, Jimmy Carter, and Richard Nixon were.

Many Democrats do not want Biden to run for reelection in 2024 because he recently fell off a bicycle while in a standing position and will celebrate his 80th birthday in November after his party is destroyed in the midterm elections.

Democratic National Committee (DNC) member Steve Simeonidis of Miami told a newspaper that President Biden should declare he will not run for reelection immediately after the midterms. Simeonidis stated that Biden claiming our country was on the right track, was departing from reality.

Reports show that what the president has accomplished, or rather hasn’t, is another concern on Democrats’ minds. Biden hasn’t been able to persuade several Democratic senators to back his agenda, including Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia.
Biden has also had trouble winning over the Democratic Party’s more left-leaning members, who have distinct aspirations for the nation. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Democrat from New York, continually avoided questions from a cable news host regarding her support for Biden in 2024.
Less than two weeks ago, American fatalities from COVID-19 on Biden’s watch reached 600,000. This figure is more than twice as many American troops who died in World War II.