Biden Just Talks ‘in Circles’: NBC Highlights Dems Fed Up With Biden

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You know things are getting bad for Joe Biden when NBC’s Meet the Press starts leading with segments on how Democrats are turning on him and his approval ratings are in the toilet. Yet that is exactly what happened on Sunday’s Meet the Press, with anchor Chuck Todd running a news package with interviews of Democrat voters who voted for Biden in the 2020 presidential election, as well as elected Democrats who expressed concerns over the President’s age. 

Aparna Ramanathan, a Biden voter who attended a pro-abortion rally in Washington D.C. complained to NBC that “what we have going on is a massive human rights violation in our country and he’s [Biden] not responding to that level.” 

Todd announced that “as many Democrats plead for a fighter President Biden is pointing out the limits of his power.” “But some Democrats who did vote in 2020 are frustrated with the administration’s failure to push through their agenda. Pass the big-ticket legislation. And Biden’s own reluctance or inability to use the bully pulpit to change people’s minds” Todd noted. 

One such voter was Erica Ingram from Cleveland, Ohio who appears fed up with Biden and the Democrats: “Democrats don’t fight hard enough for nothing. Like right now we might as well be in a recession and they not even trying to fight to help or nothing. And Biden to me he just talk in circles.” 

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After playing that stunning admission from a Democrat voter, Todd opined that “Biden was elected to restore competency and stability to Washington after Donald Trump. But his job approval trails other recent Presidents including Trump at this point in the election cycle after a lingering pandemic, a chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan. Failure to stem rising costs, failure to pass voting rights legislation, and a failure to substantially address climate change or immigration challenges.” 

Even Democrat South Carolina Gubernatorial candidate Joe Cunningham appeared hesitant to back Biden due to his age, quipping “if he served out a second term he would be eighty-six years old. I’m not sure if any of us know any eighty-six-year-olds who should be running the entire country.”

To read the relevant transcript of this segment click “expand”: 

NBC’s Meet the Press
July 10, 2022
10:33:45 a.m. Eastern

APARNA RAMANATHAN (BIDEN VOTER): What we have going on is a massive human rights violation in our country and he’s not responding to that level. 

CHUCK TODD: As many Democrats plead for a fighter President Biden is pointing out the limits of his power. 

PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: I’m just stating a basic fundamental notion. The fastest way to restore woe, Roe is to pass a national law codifying Roe. 

TODD: After signing an executive order on access to abortion medication and emergency contraception. 

BIDEN: If you want to change the circumstances for women and even little girls in this country, please go out and vote. 

TODD: But some Democrats who did vote in 2020 are frustrated with the administration’s failure to push through their agenda. Pass the big-ticket legislation. And Biden’s own reluctance or inability to use the bully pulpit to change people’s minds.

ERICA INGRAM (BIDEN VOTER): Democrats don’t fight hard enough for nothing. Like right now we might as well be in a recession and they not even trying to fight to help or nothing. And Biden to me he just talk in circles. 

TODD: Biden was elected to restore competency and stability to Washington after Donald Trump. But his job approval trails other recent Presidents including Trump at this point in the election cycle after a lingering pandemic, a chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan. Failure to stem rising costs, failure to pass voting rights legislation, and a failure to substantially address climate change or immigration challenges. 

WILLIE GEIST: Has the Biden administration done a good job handling the border?  

BETO O’ROURKE: They haven’t done enough. No. 

TODD: Whispers that Biden’s age and leadership style make him ill-suited to run again in 2024, have gone very public. 

JOE CUNNINGHAM (DEMOCRAT SOUTH CAROLINA GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE): If he served out a second term he would be eighty-six years old. I’m not sure if any of us know any eighty-six-year-olds who should be running the entire country.      

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