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Joseph R. Biden of Delaware is not a popular US President. His ratings have been abysmal and dropping since August of 2021. And it is no wonder why. His policies have not worked for the vast majority of Americans — those who aren’t part of his preferred liberal intelligentsia class. In fact, as we shall see, he is not a respected leader of our troops, which is one of the President’s chief jobs. Heading into the midterms, America has so far given the current President an F on his handling of nearly everything — including the military.

All in all, if the Republicans do not clean up in 2022, they will have squandered a perfect opportunity. Now is the moment to gain ground — for Biden can hardly get less popular. His pullout of Afghanistan was absolutely disastrous. It accomplished nothing and hurt America’s morale on the world stage. We do not want to see that happen again in another part of the world.

Moreover, Biden has promoted woke military protocols. He has reversed the many great achievements of the Trump Administration. He mishandled the Ukraine crisis. He did not fight Putin hard enough, and his threats and warnings were not heeded. He simply does not command respect.

Trump, on the other hand, made us look strong. He feasted with our troops. And he caused the rest of the world to fear our abundant and unprecedented military might. Under Trump, it was America First. Under Biden, it is America’s Worst, just as we saw under President Obama.

Rasmussen Reports show that most likely voters view Biden as an inferior commander-in-chief compared to previous administrations. The Survey found:

“The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 56% of Likely U.S. Voters think, compared to most recent Presidents, Biden is a weaker Commander-In-Chief for the military. Only 24% now believe Biden is a stronger Commander-In-Chief than most recent Presidents. 

Seventeen percent (17%) say Biden is about the same as most recent Presidents as a military leader. These findings are practically unchanged since November.”

More telling was the fact that 64 percent of those with military experience viewed Biden as an inferior Commander-In-Chief. With numbers like that, it is no surprise Republicans will likely clean up in 2022.