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At 100 Days Joe Biden’s Approval Rating Lower Than Historical Norm

As Joe “commander in cheat” Biden reaches his first 100 days in office, it appears that his approval ratings are at a historic low.



As Joe “commander in cheat” Biden reaches his first 100 days in office, it appears that his approval ratings are at a historic low compared to the norm.

Biden’s ratings have him fluctuating just above 50 percent, but this puts him below the almost all his predecessors.

“The fact he’s only in the low 50s right now is a really bad sign for Joe Biden,” pollster John McLaughlin said.

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Three months into the job and preparing to make his first address to a joint session of Congress, Biden is polling lower than any modern U.S. president at the same stage, except Gerald Ford and Donald Trump. Ford’s early numbers were weighed down by his pardon of his disgraced predecessor Richard Nixon. Trump entered office amid an unremitting torrent of allegations — since debunked — that his campaign had colluded with Russia to sway the outcome of the 2016 election.

The numbers show that the past 14 presidents polled at 66 percent at the 100-day point in their first term.

McLaughlin continued:

Pollsters and pundits alike will spin Biden’s ratings in different directions, but McLaughlin says that based on his 3 1/2 decades in the industry, the president’s numbers are a dark omen for his party’s short-term success. During a recent interview on “Just the News AM,” he said he doesn’t “think there’s any question” that Biden’s mediocre numbers have set Republicans on track to reclaim not just the House of Representatives in 2022, but the Senate as well.

“He’s taken what should have been very popular issues — COVID relief, infrastructure — that Americans overwhelmingly support and turned those into radical left-wing pieces of legislation,” said McLaughlin, Trump campaign pollster in 2016. “Republicans can’t wait to get into election season and talk about some of the things that are in those bills … expanding the welfare state, tax increases, basically open borders. That’s not where the American people are right now.”

Biden “is literally the Trojan horse for this radical left-wing agenda,” McLaughlin added. “And despite what the national media and the Democrats may tell you, that’s just not where the American people are right now.”

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Atlanta Police Officer Posts Amazing Viral Video Slamming Left-Wing, Anti-Cop Attitudes

“I am tired,” officer Kevin Dingle explained in a visit with ‘Fox & Friends’ on Tuesday after his video went viral



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Seattle Residents Alarmed as Night Sky Fills with Mysterious Lights

All this ahead of a July 1st ‘disclosure’ date for the federal government.



It seems that, little by little, the human race is coming closer to learning the truth behind the UFO phenomenon. The US government itself will be forced to give up some of their secrets in just a few weeks, when an addendum added to the most recent COVID-19 relief bill stipulated that our intelligence agencies release what they know on the subject by July 1st. While that cache of materials will likely be an increase read, there are still plenty of unexplained things going on around the country. Stargazers in the Pacific Northwest were left puzzled by another mysterious light show that illuminated the sky on Tuesday night. Residents in the Seattle-area posted video on social media that showed lights streaking across the sky shortly after 9 p.m. “Anyone know what I’m looking at flying by in the sky tonight? #ufo #seattle,” one Twitter user wrote, along with a video of passing lights. Another person said on Twitter: “Um, someone want to explain this line of lights that just streaked across the Seattle sky? #ufo” But, alas, there appeared to be a perfectly logical explanation. But the National Weather Service’s Seattle office tweeted that the lights appear to be linked to an earlier SpaceX satellite launch out of the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. I suppose we’ll just have to wait until July 1st to get the goods.

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