Dem Governors And Donors Are Frustrated With Biden

Democrats are now beginning to realize that Joe Biden is hurting them and bad. 

Democrat governors and donors are now angry with Biden due to the American people’s disapproval of him.

From Fox News:

Democratic governors and gubernatorial candidates are “expressing deep anxiety” over voters’ frustrations with their party, as well as President Biden, driving fears of potential losses in elections this November.

According to a Monday piece by The New York Times, Democrats attending a weekend fund-raising retreat in Florida hoped their worries about voter backlash amid Biden’s plummeting approval rating would be put to rest with his Tuesday State of the Union address.

“Democratic governors and their allies are expressing deep anxiety about the political conditions facing their party as President Biden’s approval rating slumps in a year when three dozen governorships are on the line, including in some of the nation’s most important battleground states,” the piece read.

The Times noted that “several governors, candidates for governor and donors” acknowledged that voters were frustrated with the continuing pandemic and that it was “damaging the party more than expected.”

Biden, whose approval rating reached a new low of 37% in recent polling, had promised on the 2020 campaign trail to “shut down” the virus. New variants, however, continued to spread, leading to record case numbers and deaths across the U.S.

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