Source: Mike LaChance
Joe Biden thinks he has figured out a clever new strategy to keep his party from being slaughtered in the 2022 midterms.
Just kidding. His plan is tired, dishonest and played. He is going to just blame Republicans for everything.
Has this ever worked before?
Soaring gas prices, historic inflation, supply chain bottlenecks, lifting crime rates, a porous southern border, and increasing U.S. absences on the global diplomatic stage. President Joe Biden will reportedly address these issues – amongst many more – dogging his administration in an election year with the simple mantra: “It’s not my fault, blame the Republicans.”
According to an Associated Press (AP) report Friday, the president will seek to portray himself as a man of action stymied at every turn by the GOP in a spectacular attempt at electoral blame shifting in the run up to the midterm elections come November.
“I mean this sincerely — name me something the national Republican Party is for,” Biden reportedly said at a recent Democratic National Committee meeting.
Will the electorate might dwell on that for a moment, voters do know for certain things could be better and Biden is being increasingly viewed as a president who enthusiastically stumbles from one disappointment to the next.
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The report goes on to indicate “trying to blame the other side amid mounting problems can have its limitations.”
Does Biden know his party has controlled all of Washington for the last two years?
Inflation has been at or above 5% for 11 months.— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) April 16, 2022
Biden trying to blame everyone but himself is an insult to the American people.
Inflation is a tax on EVERY American.— Rep. Elise Stefanik (@RepStefanik) April 16, 2022
The American people know exactly who to blame.
That’s why Biden’s approval ratings are in freefall.https://t.co/44mf40fmH2
The American people know who is to blame for the current state of the nation.