Joe Biden’s Latest Excuse for Tanking Poll Numbers is Simply Absurd

President Joe Biden’s approval rating has been on a steady downward slide essentially from the moment that he took office, and Americans are quite cognizant as to why.  Biden, on the other, seems rather confused.

Biden, who assumed the role of the Democratic Party’s 2020 candidate rather reluctantly, appeared to take a similar approach to actually governing as well, allowing a number of compounding crises to mutate and ballon to the point of no return.

This is obvious to just about everyone except for the White House. 

White House press secretary Jen Psaki claimed Monday that President Biden’s public approval rating is falling largely because of the ongoing effects of the coronavirus pandemic rather than the administration’s economic policies or priorities.

“Well, we think, one, there’s a couple factors,” Psaki said when asked to explain a Washington Post-ABC News poll published Sunday that showed Biden’s approval rating at 41 percent, with 53 percent of respondents disapproving.

Then came the whopper.

“One is people are still — there’s a fatigue from COVID,” the press secretary added. “We see that in poll after poll … People are sick and tired of COVID and the impacts on the economy. We understand that; we’re tired of it too. That’s why this is the number-one priority, [it] continues to be getting COVID under control.”

Of course, this could just be an attempt at again pressuring Americans to receive an elective medical treatment that many of us are not comfortable with receiving.