Joe Biden’s situation is getting worse when NBC broadcasts it. Meet the PressHe leads with segments about how Democrats are attacking him, his poor approval ratings and more. That is precisely what was happening on Sunday. Meet the Press Chuck Todd, anchor of the news program, ran a series with interviews with Democrat voters who voted in Biden for the 2020 Presidential Election. Also included were elected Democrats who voiced concerns about the President’s age.
Aparna Ramanathan, a Biden voter who attended a pro-abortion rally in Washington D.C. complained to NBC that “what we have going on is a massive human rights violation in our country and he’s [Biden]”I have not responded to this level.”
Todd said that President Biden was pointing out “the limits of his power” as many Democrats pleaded for him to fight. “But some Democrats who did vote in 2020 are frustrated with the administration’s failure to push through their agenda. The big-ticket legislation must be passed. And Biden’s own reluctance or inability to use the bully pulpit to change people’s minds” Todd noted.
One such voter was Erica Ingram from Cleveland, Ohio who appears fed up with Biden and the Democrats: “Democrats don’t fight hard enough for nothing. As if we were in a recession, they don’t try to help us or not. Biden is a talker who talks in circles to me.”
Todd admitted that he was a Democrat voter after making that shocking admission. He said that Biden was elected in order to bring stability and competency to Washington. After a prolonged pandemic and chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan, his approval rating for the job is below that of Trump. Failing to reduce rising costs and failing to pass voting rights legislation. Also, failures to address the climate change issues or to adequately deal with immigration problems.
Biden was able to be seen backing the South Carolina Democratic Gubernatorial candidates despite his age. I’m not sure if any of us know any eighty-six-year-olds who should be running the entire country.”
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NBC’s Meet the Press
July 10, 2022
Eastern Time: 10:33.45
APARNA RAMANATHAN (BIDEN VOTER): What we have going on is a massive human rights violation in our country and he’s not responding to that level.
JOE BIDDEN, PRESIDENT: This is a fundamental idea. A national law codifying Roe will be the fastest way to bring back woe.
TODD: Signed an executive order granting access to emergency contraception and abortion medications.
BIDEN – If you are interested in changing the country’s gender balance, and especially for little girls, then please vote.
TODD: But some Democrats who did vote in 2020 are frustrated with the administration’s failure to push through their agenda. The big-ticket legislation must be passed. And Biden’s own reluctance or inability to use the bully pulpit to change people’s minds.
ERICA INGRAM (BIDEN VOTER): Democrats don’t fight hard enough for nothing. As if we were in a recession, they don’t even try to fight for help. Biden seems to be talking in circles, according to me.
TODD: Biden won the election to restore Washington’s stability and competence after Donald Trump. His job approval is lower than that of Trump and other current Presidents at this stage in the election cycle, due to a lingering epidemic and a chaotic withdrawal form Afghanistan. Inability to stop rising costs, inability to pass voting rights legislation and failure to address the climate change or other immigration issues.
WILLIEGEIST: Did the Biden administration do a great job managing the border?
BETO O’ROURKE: They haven’t done enough. No.
TODD: Whispers that Biden’s age and leadership style make him ill-suited to run again in 2024, have gone very public.
JOE CUNINGHAM (DEMOCRAT SUTHER CAROLINA GUBERNATORIAL COANDIDATE). He’d be eighty six years old if he was to serve out a second term. I’m not sure if any of us know any eighty-six-year-olds who should be running the entire country.