In a Country That Would Elect Fetterman, Biden Doesn’t Seem All That Implausible
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
How a president like Biden, failing miserably in every possible metric, could be polling so well
despite strong majorities of Americans showing concern that he’s too old and too frail to function in his job is mystifying. This can’t go on. Ordinary Americans can’t just sit by and accept the piece-by-piece ruin of the country. There will be a backlash and a revival. But it had better come soon, or the damage will take forever to repair.