Joe Biden’s approval ratings are about to go from bad to worse.
Because of the divisive and hateful “red sermon” speech that Joe Biden gave last week.
You know… the one where he called “Maga Republicans” and Donald Trump a threat to American democracy.
It turns out the American people don’t like being lectured to and especially lied to.
Rasmussen polling has teased their next release, which is next Monday, September 12.
They are suggesting that the next release will show a polling disaster for Biden among independents.
The independents have “flopped” because of 1 factor: the Red Sermon.
More details below:
Reader Alert For Monday:
The Red Sermon Flops With Independent / Swing Voters.
Sometimes it's best to wait a bit before surveying. That certainly was important here. This is a backfire.
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) September 8, 2022
“The Red Sermon.” Perfect. https://t.co/uvJkbDR20O
— John Ocasio-Rodham Nolte (@NolteNC) September 8, 2022
81 million votes tho
— Mr M (@RMTXLogos) September 8, 2022
Of course, most in the media aren’t going to cover this poll.
They won’t report on anything that makes Joe Biden look bad.
Thankfully, Twitchy picked up on this story:
Many people are still trying to figure out what Biden and his team were thinking when they decided to make him look like a cartoonish dictator in his ‘Soul of the Nation’ speech in Philadelphia.
Of course, Biden made it even worse with his menacing tone and body language.
The polling outfit Rasmussen Reports is now suggesting the speech was a major dud with Independents and swing voters. Rasmussen dubbed the speech the ‘Red Sermon’ which is just *chef’s kiss* perfect.
They also gave a sort of shout-out to conservative activist Scott Presler who has worked hard to register Republican voters in multiple states.
This news comes as the midterm outlook has increasingly favored the Democrats.
Could this tilt the election back towards Republicans?
Towards a historic red tsunami?
It's a YES
Most want Biden impeached, but see GOP dropping the ball @Rasmussen_Poll
— Paul Bedard (@SecretsBedard) September 8, 2022
A majority of Americans have said they disapprove of Biden's anti-Trump speech, according to a new poll. https://t.co/k42ouqnRak
— The Western Journal (@WestJournalism) September 8, 2022
— New York Post (@nypost) September 8, 2022
This news shouldn’t be a surprise.
If you watched the Red Sermon, then you know that it was worse than the Red Wedding… if you catch my drift.
It was a hateful speech.
And most Americans agreed.
Western Journal confirms:
Well, the results are in, and President Joe Biden’s viral, dictator-inspired speech has not been received very well, particularly for a speech that was supposed to unite Americans.
The remarks, which were made in front of an inexplicably darkly-lit Independence Hall in Philadelphia on Thursday, were slated to address the “battle for the soul of the nation” but instead took aim at roughly half the nation and branded its driving ideology as “extremist.”
Yeah, that’s a really great way for a president to defend classical American values. Tell the people who didn’t vote for you last time that they’re threatening representative democracy.
According to polling by the Trafalgar Group for the Convention of States Action, 56.8 percent of likely election voters considered the speech to be “a dangerous escalation in rhetoric and is designed to incite conflict amongst Americans,” The Center Square reported.
Even more independents, 62.4 percent, felt this way, and just 31 percent considered it to be acceptable messaging during an election year.
Exposing perhaps the true source of division in our country, a shocking 70.8 percent of Democrats considered the speech to be “acceptable campaign messaging,” the Post Millennial reported.
Only 18.7 percent of Democrats considered the speech targeting MAGA Republicans and former President Donald Trump to have gone too far.
So what did you think?
Did Biden’s speech change how you think about him?
Do you think it’ll impact the elections?
Let us know in the comments below!