President Joe Biden was busted cursing out a Fox News reporter on a hot mic today as Biden tries and fails to stop his slide in the polls. Fox News’ Peter Doocy asked Biden a question about inflation to get Biden the reaction from Joe.
Because Biden knows how bad it is. Doocy shouted a question at Biden at the end of a photo opp about inflation and how it will politically impact both Biden and the Dems in the midterms, “Do you think inflation is a political liability in the midterms?”
Biden seemed to ignore Doocy but mumbled under his breath, ‘it’s a great asset, more inflation, what a stupid son of a b*tch.” But it gets worse for Joe Biden. According to a new poll, he is losing the suburbs. After only one year.
According to The Hill: “Fifty-six percent of suburban voters said they believe former President Trump was a better president than President Biden, while 44 percent said they believed Biden was the better president.
Biden calls Peter Doocy a “stupid son of a bitch”— Alex Thompson (@AlexThomp) January 24, 2022
Appeared to forget the hot mic
“Among voters labeled “Independent or other,” 55 percent said they believed Trump was the better president and 45 percent said they believed Biden was the better president.
“Meanwhile, 57 percent of suburban voters said they are more likely to vote for a Republican candidate in the midterms, while 43 percent said they would be more likely to vote for a Democratic candidate.
“The latest findings mark a major shift for both parties heading into the midterms. During the Trump administration, suburban voters swung toward Democrats, giving the party control of the House in 2018 and the Senate and the presidency in 2020.”
From Fox News:
During the White House press briefing on Monday, Psaki was asked by Fox News’ Peter Doocy on what the Biden administration believes is fueling the crime surge that has stunned Americans.
Psaki pointed to “gun violence” as a “huge reason” for the uptick in crime as well as the “underfunding of some police departments and their need for additional resources.”
The press secretary said that President Biden has “advocated” for additional resources for police “consistently” throughout his multi-decade political career and is something the White House knows “we need to take action on.”
“And it is absolutely true that he will not be satisfied or complacent when officers are being gunned down or when Americans have to worry about whether they can safely ride the subway or bus,” Psaki said, again pointing to Biden’s pushing of police funding in his political career. “That should not be a political issue.”
Doocy laughs it off.— Alex Thompson (@AlexThomp) January 24, 2022
"Nobody has fact checked him yet and says it's not true." pic.twitter.com/KXeDXjDil6
Here's the hot mic moment that everyone is tweeting about. pic.twitter.com/0tSs8fesy9— Jeremy Art (@cspanJeremy) January 24, 2022