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Circling the Drain: Another Brutal Poll for Biden

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On Tuesday, President Biden was asked if he takes any personal responsibility for the nation's inflation crisis. He didn't answer at first, but when the reporter followed up, the president insisted that, in fact, his policies have helped the situation, not hurt. He also repeated his litany of blame, pointing the finger at everyone and anyone but himself – despite a prominent Democratic economist's recent explanation that Biden and his party have made historic policy mistakes that are fueling the problem. Not my fault, Biden says. 

How's all that working out for him

He's 19 points underwater overall, and struggling worse among independents. Based on other polling, he's even deeper underwater on the issues of the economy and inflation – the latter of which, according to a new Pew survey, is the single biggest issue on voters' minds, bar none: 

This week's inflation numbers have been ugly. Democrats almost seem fortunate to "only" trail Republicans by four points nationally in the Monmouth poll mentioned above, though the GOP even being tied on this metric usually portends a strong red cycle. Meanwhile, the Republican Biden has been trying to use as an "Ultra MAGA" foil ahead of the election, NRSC Chairman Sen. Rick Scott, has effectively abandoned the controversial bullet point of his plan that other senior Republicans had already rejected: 

I will not raise taxes. I didn’t, I fought it the whole time as governor. I cut taxes at least 100 times.”

If Mitch McConnell and Rick Scott both say, "yeah, we're absolutely not going to raise taxes," what happens to this line of attack? Does anyone believe Republicans have a secret agenda to attain power in order to...raise taxes? It's so far off-brand and implausible that it won't make a dent with most voters, even if Scott gave Democrats a temporary talking point toe hold. I'll leave you with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi rushing to the rescue with some characteristically incoherent blathering about "price gouging," and Putin's, er, "tax cut hike at the pump" – as well as some shameless misinformation from the official White House Twitter account: 

"There was no vaccine available" when Biden took office, they say. Why even bother with this easily-fasifiable lie? Biden was double vaccinated during the Trump administration, which ramped up shot distribution to nearly one million per day by the time Biden took office. Where do I report this dangerous disinformation to Woke Mary Poppins? And does Biden still believe in this standard, given the fact that the US has crossed one million COVID deaths, most of which have now occurred on his watch? 


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