New Rasmussen Poll Reveals Half Of The US Thinks Biden Unfit To Be President
Half of the United States has some serious doubts about Joe Biden being “physically or mentally fit” for the office of president, according to a brand new poll published by Rasmussen.
Yes, that’s right, folks. The vast majority of us here in America aren’t as stupid as the mainstream media thinks we are. We can all see the cognitive decline that Biden has been experiencing.
Take, for example, his recent series of gaffes. The president actually forgot the name of his own defense secretary and the name of the Pentagon. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin had just spoken at the same podium moments before.
Biden referred to him as “the guy that runs that outfit over there.”
The 2 questions on the survey were:
- “How concerned are you that President Biden has not held a press conference?”
- “How confident are you that Joe Biden is physically and mentally up to the job of being President of the United States?”
The two might be related, and the responses were, too — as 50% of likely voters lacked confidence in President Biden’s fitness for office, while 52% of likely voters were concerned he has yet to hold a press conference, including 32% who are “very concerned.”
“More than six weeks since his inauguration, President Biden still hasn’t held his first White House press conference, and half of voters are worried about his ability to do the job,” the Rasmussen Reports summary read.
Just 46% were not concerned about the lack of a press conference by President Biden, including 24% “not very concerned” and 22% “not at all concerned,” according to the poll.
Add to this the fact Biden has yet to hold a press conference with a Q&A portion and the lack of a State of the Union, and it becomes clear rather quickly that someone doesn’t want this guy out in the public eye.
Folks, there could be some merit to the idea that the left wanted VP Harris to be in the White House as she’s easy to control and knew this was the only way to make that happen. Scary thought, right?
Let’s hope I’m wrong.