Sickly And Unstable Joe Biden Is No Longer Fooling Americans

It was only a matter of time before a majority of Americans wised up to what’s really going on behind the closed White House doors.

Not only is Joe Biden the oldest U.S. president ever to hold office, his failing mental cognition and obvious physical decline is causing widespread concern amongst voters.

As a result, the policies and decisions made on an executive level do not come from Biden. The decisions are made, the envelopes are sealed, and White House handlers merely prop Biden up for press cameras when the time comes.

A new poll shows Americans’ confidence in Joe Biden’s mental fitness is declining as he nears a full year in office.

The Morning Consult/Politico poll, released this week, shows that just 44% believe that Biden, who turns 79 on Saturday, is “stable,” while 50% said the opposite. The gap widened to 10 points when asked whether Biden “is in good health,” with 40% saying yes and 50% saying no.

Americans say 48%-46% that Biden is not “mentally fit,” the poll added.

The poll is a sharp contrast from Morning Consult’s poll from October 2020 where Americans said Biden was mentally fit by a 21-point margin.

The new survey also showed Biden’s approval at 44%, nine points lower than the 53% who disapproved, in line with other recent polls. Approval of his handling of the economy, security and health care — three top issues for voters, according to the poll — were underwater as well, measuring at 40%, 38% and 43%, respectively.

The poll found that most Americans did not find Biden to be a clear communicator, energetic or a strong leader by margins of 20, 26 and 17 points, respectively.

While Biden’s approval remained underwater, the poll showed congressional Democrats holding their own against their Republican colleagues. The two parties were tied at 43% when voters were asked who they would vote for on a generic ballot, and Democrats had a higher favorability rating than Republicans, beating them 40% to 37%.

The poll was conducted from Nov. 13-15 among 1,998 registered voters. It has a margin of error of 2 percentage points.

Author: Elizabeth Tierney