According to The New York Post, Biden is telling White House advisors he is frustrated to see poll numbers that have dipped far below Donald Trump, because the current president thinks he is doing a great job and the public doesn’t know it.
Growling stomachs great opportunity for 'Great Reset'
Steve Jordahl, AFN
Families that are wondering how to afford gas fill-ups and grocery bills may be asking why a column in The New York Times approves of their daily struggle but there is one possible explanation: Food is power, and hungry people will submit.
In a June 2 guest column, Annaliese Griffin acknowledges inflation is hitting grocery bills hard: Meat, poultry, fish, and eggs have jumped 14.3% over a year ago. That means Americans will spend about $20 billion more on filling their cart in 2022, she writes, than they did in 2020.
But, you see, this is good thing because there is a planet to save from climate change. And that starts with putting tomatoes, instead of T-bone steak, in your grocery start.
"Inflation has the potential to drive welcome change for the planet,” Griffin writes, “if Americans think differently about the way they eat."
Despite the column’s theme of picking avocados over eggs, Marc Morano of Climate Depot says the ultimate goal of the Left isn’t to change American eating habits or even to save the planet. It’s much more sinister. The ultimate goal, he says, is to create chaos that forces you to give up your rights, your freedom, and your personal choices.
“If you want to impose your radical, new plan,” Morano warns, “the easiest way to go about it is to create chaos and collapse the current system.”
Much of the public is already aware of the “Great Reset” theme pushed by the World Economic Forum, which is overseen by a global collection of super-wealthy wannabe tyrants.
Those politicians, billionaires, and academics need chaos in order to gain power over people, Morano says, so what looks like hard times to the majority looks like an opportunity for the elite.“They could never sell these ideas if we were a strong, healthy economy,” he tells AFN. “They can only sell these ideas – or I should say impose these ideas – when we're desperate.”
Yes, seriously. “Today, thanks to the economic plan and the vaccination plan that my administration put into action,” Biden stated in a Twitter post, “America has achieved the most robust recovery in modern history.”
Reacting to that jaw-dropping claim, Fox Business host Stuart Varney warned that Biden is cherry-picking statistics for political spin at the same time the President is overseeing a “vicious inflationary spiral” that is killing the U.S. economy.
“What it’s doing is actually killing the people who are supposed to be Democrat supporters: working people, low-income people,” Varney summarized. “They’re suffering mightily from what’s going on right now.”
Varney went on to point out 13 states and the District of Columbia have now topped $5 for a gallon of unleaded regular (pictured at top) and the price is still climbing.
Meanwhile, the American public has not forgotten that President Biden and his administration are dismissing record-breaking gas prices as a necessary “transition” from fossil fuels to electric cars and solar panels, even though gas and diesel prices are harming everyone from farmers to long-haul truckers, and their current pain will be felt by everyone else.
Americans have also not forgotten the same president who is boasting this week about his “vaccination plan” also threatened their jobs and their livelihoods last year if they refused to get the COVID-19 shot. Only a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court stopped him.
According to Politico, in a related story about poll numbers, Biden is “seething” because he regards Trump as the “worst president in history,” and so the President is cursing at his staff over poll numbers that show he is despised and distrusted by voters.
According to the Post story, during this week of June in 2018, Trump had a 49% approval rate while Biden’s approval is 41%. That huge gap comes after an April poll showed Biden’s approval at 40%. Trump’s approval with voters was 50% in 2018 even though Democrats and the national media were hammering Trump with the “Russia collusion” accusations and the Mueller probe.
Writing at PJ Media, senior columnist Stephen Kruiser points out Trump was fighting a hostile media out to destroy him but still managed to have decent poll numbers. Biden, however, is enjoying favorable media coverage, which is blaming everything but Biden, and his poll numbers are still tanking.
“The puppet president is struggling to understand why there’s so much ill will directed at him,” Kruiser writes, “especially now that he’s reached a new low.”
Despite the favorable media coverage, Biden’s approval rating has been hovering at 50% or below since the summer of 2021, which is now a whopping 10 months and going.
According to a new survey by CIVIQS, President Biden’s job approval has sunk to 34% and he is underwater in 47 states, including California and his home state of Delaware. Only in Massachusetts, Hawaii and Vermont does he have more positive than negative responses.
“These are abysmal numbers,” observes Gary Bauer, the longtime conservative activist who leads Campaign for Working Families. “I've never seen anything like this in all my time in Washington.”