Ingraham: How low can Biden’s endorsement go?
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Fox News host Laura Ingraham shared President Biden’s plummeting approval ratings among Americans on both sides, as a new AP-NORC poll has the president’s approval at 39%.
LAURA INGRAHAM: I’m gonna ask the question, how low can he go? As in Biden and those polls measuring his professional performance, of course. A new AP-NORC poll has Biden’s approval at 39%, the lowest of his presidency. And among Democrats, his approval is just 73% while for all of 2021 it has never dipped below 82%. Among Hispanics in a new Quinnipiac poll, it’s at 26%. Now, a key takeaway from the AP article is that only two in 10 Americans say our country is on the right track. Who are the two? What is most striking is that some of the comments Americans have made about Biden’s performance are astounding. A saying, I don’t know how much worse it can get. Or he didn’t keep any of the promises. His policies are destroying the economy. Now one of the most charitable was, I think he’s tired. Of course, all these remarks are relevant. Americans are not stupid. They see what happens to the family budget. They feel it. They know how serious the crime is. They see food and bus tickets given to illegals as they debate, even on a family vacation this summer. And the overwhelming majority of Americans tell Quinnipiac they see what we warned you about. An economic recession is just around the corner.
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If the Biden puppeteers are pulling the strings right now, putting all these words into the teleprompter, if they really loved America. I mean, I really liked him. They wouldn’t do any of that. They wouldn’t have waved at Larry Summers on the inflation issue a year ago. They wouldn’t have put us in more debt with COVID and stupid Build Back Better spending. They certainly wouldn’t have killed our energy independence. And they wouldn’t turn Americans against Americans on race. They wouldn’t let our borders go to the cartels. They would not have set in motion the policies that cause so much pain and suffering to those who at least deserve it.