Biden’s Poll Numbers Have Just Been Revealed By Steve Bannon And It’s Quite Interesting…

Steve Bannon just shared some excellent insight on Biden’s polling figures, which I believe you will find useful.

First and foremost, as you are well aware, anything this rickety old idiot touches becomes a complete disaster. I’ve never witnessed an administration in such turmoil as this one. It’s as if karma is following this lying cheat around in a gloomy cloud of failure.

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The border is a complete and thorough violation of human rights. Inflation and gas prices are skyrocketing.

Not to mention the fact that both he and Kamala had disastrous foreign policy tours, and Biden looks and acts like a man suffering from late-stage dementia.

Remember when his handlers said his gaffes were due to a childhood stutter? Even they gave up on that ludicrous explanation, and today Joe’s Alzheimer’s is just ignored.

And as all of this is going on, Biden’s approval ratings are still at an all-time high?

So, Steve Bannon was talking with Trump adviser Peter Navarro about Biden’s approval ratings, and he had some intriguing insights.

We all know that most polls are severely skewed to give Joe a far higher approval rating than he actually has, but Bannon claims that Biden’s numbers are plummeting so swiftly and so dramatically that even the most outspokenly sympathetic pollsters are reporting big reductions.

Bannon also has a polling estimate for Joe that I think you’ll appreciate.

The video is embedded below.


Remember that the figures Bannon is citing are based on skewed and weighted polls.

If you did an honest poll that wasn’t weighted or used deceptive questioning strategies, I believe Biden’s approval rating would be in the low-to-mid-20s.

In all honesty, there isn’t a single item I approve of. It’s been a downward spiral, and it’ll only get worse because, no matter what they say, the American people did not vote for a third Obama term.

We didn’t vote for it in 2016, and we won’t vote for it again in 2020.



Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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