Joe Biden has snapped at protestors holding signs protesting against Democrat ideology and socialism at an Illinois stump speech, branding them “idiots” during a bitter meltdown.
Biden has had a rough week, getting fact-checked by Twitter, delivering angry speeches while avoiding battleground states, and being forced to “moonwalk” away from his ludicrous claim that he would close coal plants all over the country. On Saturday, he was at it again, saying in a speech in Joliet, Illinois that protesters lacked mental acuity.
Biden was triggered by the protesters outside the event who carried signs reading “Socialism Sucks,” “Vote Pro-Life,” and “Where’s Nancy.” His response:
Nice. That’s the way to bring the country together, Joe!
To me, Biden has seemed like a bitter, angry man since he started his presidential campaign in 2019, and only seems to be getting testier as the midterms approach. With many pollsters and pundits predicting a “Red Wave,” Democrats in general, but Biden in particular, are getting nastier and more desperate.
Here are the American protesters who the president of the United States insulted:
Redstate report: Biden’s descent into bitterness really started to accelerate when he cranked up the rhetoric to 11 in his infamous September “Dark Brandon” speech when he squinted in rage and declared:
Since then, he’s continued to spout his disdain of those who would vote against him and constantly insisted that “Democracy is on the ballot” on November 8. (Hint: it’s not. Unfortunately for us, neither is Biden himself.)
Is his strategy working? A September poll showed that 54 percent of respondents think the country is “less united” since Biden took office. The answer then is a clear “no.”
He gave a similar speech Friday, ignoring issues voters care about like crime, inflation, and the border, and instead railing against “election deniers,” MAGA, January 6, and his imaginary “assault on democracy.” While Democrats are crowing on and on (and on) that abortion should be the number one priority in your life, that the crime wave isn’t real, and that inflation isn’t that big a deal, voters are turning the other cheek and will most likely send a massive message on November 8.