Biden makes a blunder yet again.
Last week the Gallup poll stated that 56% of Americans say they’re better off today than they were four years ago.
So, 56% percent of the Americans who took the poll said they are better off with Trump and Pence running the country than Obama and Biden.
A reporter recently asked Biden “56% of Americans said that they are better off today than they were 4 years ago under the Obama-Biden administration. Why should they vote for you?”
Biden responded by saying “If they think that, they probably shouldn’t… Their memory is not very good quite frankly.”
In other words, he’s basically telling 56% of Americans not to vote for him.
That’s enough to make him lose the race!
Reporter: “56% of Americans said that they are better off today than they were 4 years ago under the Obama-Biden administration. Why should they vote for you?”
Biden: “Well if they think that, they probably shouldn’t”pic.twitter.com/Oi63IYmXPI
— Henry Rodgers (@henryrodgersdc) October 13, 2020
With 3 weeks until Election Day, Joe Biden’s closing message to voters after Gallup found 56% of Americans say they are better off today than they were 4 years ago: you shouldn’t vote for me.
At least Joe Biden admits it!
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) October 13, 2020
Biden: The 56% of Americans who say they're better off today than four years ago 'probably shouldn't' vote for me https://t.co/2MWy3382Bm
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) October 13, 2020
Fox News chipped in and had this to share:
Joe Biden was quick to dismiss voters who say they are better off now than they were in 2016.
A recent Gallup poll taken Sept. 14-28 made headlines after it revealed that 56 percent of voters said they were better off now than they were four years ago. Just 32 percent of them said they were worse off.
During an interview with Cincinnati’s WKRC Local 12 on Monday, reporter Kyle Inskeep cited the Gallup poll and asked the Democratic nominee, “Why should people who feel that they’re better off today under a Trump administration vote for you?”
“Well if they think that, they probably shouldn’t,” Biden responded.
The former VP appeared surprised by the Gallup poll but cited the stat incorrectly.
Unless they are among 56% that think they are better off now than during Obama/Biden administration https://t.co/4du5t3BmYD
— Daniel A. Bujorean, MBA, CIM (@danielbujorean) October 14, 2020
The New York Post stayed busy too and added these details:
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden questioned the memory of voters who felt they were better off economically under President Trump than under former President Barack Obama — saying that those individuals “probably shouldn’t” support him.
Speaking during an interview with local station WKRC in Cincinnati on Monday, the Democrat made the remarks after being asked about a recently released Gallup poll that found 56 percent of voters felt their financial situation improved under Trump’s administration.
Biden was asked why those 56 percent of voters, who liked Trump for his economic policies, should instead vote Democratic.
“Well, if they think that, they probably shouldn’t,” the former vice president quipped before going on to incorrectly restate the poll’s findings while asking the news anchor a question.
Biden basically just said 56% of America should vote for Trump
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) October 13, 2020