Biden’s no good, very bad day just got a whole lot worse.
After the Supreme Court struck down his unconstitutional vaccine mandate, Biden suffered yet another loss.
It looks like the Democrats will NOT pass a bill that makes it easier for voter fraud to happen.
The voting legislation will not pass.
And Biden was seething after his meeting with Democrat leaders.
In fact, he approached the media and began shouting!
He also admitted that it is unlikely that he can get his agenda to pass.
Specifically, Biden said:
I don’t know whether we can get this done…We missed this time and the state legislative bodies continue to change the law, not as to who can vote, but who gets to count the vote, count the vote, count the vote!
Watch his meltdown below:
BIDEN AFTER MEETING WITH DEMS ON 'VOTING RIGHTS' BILL:
“I don’t know whether we can get this done…We missed this time and the state legislative bodies continue to change the law, not as to who can vote, but who gets to count the vote, count the vote, count the vote!" pic.twitter.com/o7gnJuaR0b
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) January 13, 2022
Schumer and Biden talk a lot about "voting rights," but they never describe what the bill actually does.
That's because the bill gives taxpayer funding to campaigns, mandates ballot harvesting, and abolishes voter-ID laws.
This isn't voting rights. It's an election takeover.
— Tom Cotton (@TomCottonAR) January 13, 2022
BREAKING: After President Joe Biden's speech on voting rights Sen. Kyrsten Sinema confirms she is not changing the filibuster. No chance. She is a hero as is Sen. Joe Manchin.
— Carmine Sabia (@CarmineSabia) January 13, 2022
Democrats are in charge of the White House and both chambers of Congress.
Yet… they can’t even pass any of these bills.
Because Biden is so historically unpopular that Democrats do not want to be associated with him!
The New Republic confirms:
Congressional Democrats have pressed ahead with their efforts to pass voting rights legislation this week, but their goals went from merely quixotic to almost fantastical on Thursday as two Democratic senators reiterated their opposition to weakening the filibuster despite a personal appeal from President Joe Biden in a visit to the Capitol.
The House voted in the morning to send the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act to the Senate, but by lunchtime it was apparent that both measures would be doomed to fail, as Senator Kyrsten Sinema gave an impassioned speech on the Senate floor explaining her unwillingness to change Senate rules to allow the legislation to pass. Sinema argued that, while she supported these bills and was concerned about the spate of measures being considered in Republican-led states that restrict voting rights and make it easier for partisan actors to subvert elections, she believed that weakening the filibuster would exacerbate political discord.
“These bills help treat the symptoms of the disease, but they do not fully address the disease itself,” Sinema said in a speech that was attended by multiple Republicans, including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, who later praised the Arizona Democrat for her stance on the filibuster. “And while I continue to support these bills, I will not support separate actions that worsen the underlying disease of division infecting our country.”
Sinema also slammed Democrats for not doing enough in her view to court Republican support for their legislation, and called the debate over a rules change to the filibuster “poor substitute for what I believe could have and should have been a thoughtful public debate at any time over the last year.” Republicans had repeatedly blocked debate of voting rights legislation this year; Democrats also engaged in a months-long effort led by Senator Joe Manchin to get Republicans on board with the Freedom to Vote Act.
Sinema’s words were a rebuke to Biden, who delivered a speech in Atlanta on Tuesday urging the Senate to change Senate rules to allow passage of the two bills. She also delivered her remarks just moments before Biden attended a meeting of Senate Democrats to urge them to take necessary steps to approve voting rights legislation.
Say what you want about President Trump, but even with the Deep State against him, he was a highly effective president.
He had the loyalty of the most important members of the Republican party.
Because he actually cared about America and fought for all of us!
Compare that to Biden, who gets more unpopular by the day.
First, President Biden said if you don’t vote for him, you’re not black. Then, he said if you question the government, you’re a domestic terrorist. Now, if you disagree with his voting law, you are racist.
I thought he was supposed to bring people together?
— Herschel Walker (@HerschelWalker) January 13, 2022
Another brutal day for Joe Biden: on the same day his own political party rejects his voting rights bill — and the requisite change in the filibuster — the Supreme Court shoots down his vaccine mandate as an unconstitutional overreach. Total beat downs in every direction.
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) January 13, 2022
No American citizen has lost their ‘voting rights.’
Biden’s ‘Voting Rights’ speech in Georgia is a flat out lie.
— Kambree (@KamVTV) January 12, 2022
This has been a truly brutal day for Biden.
Biden claimed he would be a unifier.
He claimed he would be a return to normalcy.
Instead, DC is more gridlocked than ever before… and that’s even with a Democrat majority!
He must truly be unpopular within his own party.
The USA Today confirms:
Democratic Sens. Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin doubled down on their opposition to changing the Senate’s filibuster Thursday, likely foiling President Joe Biden’s efforts to pass a voting rights bill.
The Arizona moderate’s position wasn’t different than other times she defended the filibuster, a legislative hurdle that requires 60 votes to start debate on a bill. But her surprise speech on the Senate floor came just before Biden was expected to meet with Democrats on Capitol Hill in an effort to rally his party around changing the Senate’s rules to bypass GOP opposition to the voting rights legislation.
“Eliminating the 60-vote threshold will simply guarantee that we lose a critical tool that we need to safeguard our democracy from threats in the years to come,” Sinema said.
Sinema said she supports the two pieces of voting rights legislation championed by civil rights advocates but wants more collaboration between Democrats and Republicans to protect voting rights.
“We need a sustained robust effort to defend American democracy, an effort on the part of Democrats, Republicans, independents and all Americans and communities across this country,” she said.
However, Sinema warned the bills are not enough to counteract state laws that restrict voting.
“These bills help treat the symptoms of the disease, but they do not fully address the disease itself,” Sinema said. “And while I continue to support these bills, I will not support separate actions that worsen the underlying disease of division infecting our country.”
This is all excellent news as President Trump plans his comeback.
I don’t know about you, but 2024 can’t come soon enough.
We need President Trump – and we need him NOW!