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Polling Tag

Democrats and the media are quite excited about the SCOTUS leak on Roe vs. Wade because they think it's a chance to flip the script on the 2022 midterm elections, but it doesn't look like that's the case, according to new polling from CNN. A poll they took after the leak suggested that the landscape of the midterms hasn't changed. In fact, Republicans went up a little bit.

A new poll from Rasmussen Reports has found that most Democrats still believe the 2016 election was stolen from Hillary and that Trump only won because of interference from Russia. Any time that Trump or anyone else questions the outcome of the 2020 election, Democrats and the media call them conspiracy theorists promoting "the Big Lie."

The 2022 midterm elections are now just seven months away, and reality is beginning to set in for Democrats. President Biden is underwater with just about every voting bloc in the country, and Republican voters are much more motivated to vote. This year feels like 2010 when the GOP picked up over 60 seats.

A new survey from the Wall Street Journal finds that half of Americans don't believe Joe Biden will seek a second term in 2024. Biden has repeatedly said he is running but Americans can see and hear him, and it's pretty clear that he is already significantly diminished by age. It's also hard to believe the Democratic party would allow him to be their nominee if his poll numbers are still this bad two years from now.

Joe Biden is set to deliver a State of the Union address on Tuesday night, and he doesn't have much to offer in the way of good news. He has not shut down the virus as promised, inflation and gas prices are still rising, and everything seems to be in a state of chaos. New polling indicates what most people are feeling. So far, this is a failed presidency.

The last two years have been great for Anthony Fauci. Countless puff pieces have been written about him, he graces the covers of magazines, and Brad Pitt even played him on Saturday Night Live. Average Americans, on the other hand, have had enough of the good doctor.