” … now doubt his honesty, empathy and leadership.”

“Americans are catching onto President Joe Biden; they are beginning to see what Democrats, along with CNN and MSNBC, et al, so successfully hid from them during last year’s presidential election campaign.  Voters are discovering that they elected a shell of a president, a frequently addled man without conviction or force who’s every campaign promise was entirely bogus. 

There may not have been widespread voter fraud in 2020 but that doesn’t mean a horrendous fraud was not perpetrated on American voters. 

Most worrisome today for Biden: people are even souring on the character issues that his campaign touted, like honesty and empathy. 

Most worrisome today for Democrats: they cannot rely on the president to carry them to victory in 2022. No wonder they’re trying to jam through their progressive wish-list via a massive $3.5 trillion budget package with zero GOP votes. They know it is their only chance. 


A brand new Economist/YouGov poll contains alarming readings for Biden and his party:

  1. 39% of those polled think Joe Biden says what he believes; 44% think he says what people want to hear;
  2. 38% are confident “in Joe Biden’s ability to deal wisely with an international crisis,” while 46% are “uneasy”;
  3. 41% think Joe Biden is “honest and trustworthy” but 42% thinks he is not;
  4. The nation is split on whether Biden actually “cares” about people like them;
  5. Only 21% think Biden can bring the country together; 53% do not;
  6. 51% think Biden is “liberal” or “very liberal” and only 27% think he is “moderate.”

Keep in mind this massive survey of 2,000 Americans was conducted between July 24 and 27, those were the days before the chaos that has since erupted over the Delta variant.

The White House’s inability to give the nation straight answers about the highly contagious new strain of COVID-19 and the rising number of “breakthrough” cases will further erode trust in the president.” liz peak

Comment: I confess to boredom on the subject of Bidonian Marxist machinations. Yes. They successfully deceived the Soccer moms and dads on the basis of Trump’s vulgarity. Yes, they are aiming for a re-creation of Leninist tyranny. Yes, I am grateful for the presence and voice of Liz Peak, Levin and Tucker, but it IS in fact boring. pl


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10 Responses to ” … now doubt his honesty, empathy and leadership.”

  1. Babeltuap says:

    Biden’s Bolshevik regime is making a critical miscalculation targeting conservative Government unvaccinated employees. What will many of them do with this new found targeted freedom?

    Maybe get in better physical shape, involved in local politics, start a local business catering to conservatives, find employment with more like minded conservatives, spend more quality time with their family and conservative friends and absolutely more time at the local gun range.

    Peasants starving with pitchforcks and garden tools these are not.

  2. Polish Janitor says:

    It makes two of us Colonel. But what is worrisome is that it shows the Dems are successful in setting their preferred tone and saturating every aspect of society with their narrative. I mean, they have stayed on message with discipline and the soft Marxist takeover of the U.S. is running as smoothly as ever round the clock. Even the recent books by Mark Levin, Ben Shapiro and occasional pieces in conservative media seem more like ‘closure’ than anything else. The GOP needs to change their messaging and focus more on bread and butter issues rather than employing the same psychoanalytic tool that the Dems used for 5 years against Trump and the deplorable. For how long are the conservative thinkers going to home-in on Biden’s goofs and slips and embarrassing moments? The most recent polls (e.g. Rasmussen) are exactly showing what strategy to use and where to go, but who is listening…?

  3. Barbara Ann says:


    Yes, Joe is not just boring, he’s a dangerous red herring. In fact the Red/Blue divide is also a red herring, to some extent. Seventeen GOP senators just voted with the Dems for cloture on the infrastructure bill. That vote was effectively the one allowing the Dems to pack the bill with their ideological pork & voter fraud measures via a simple majority in reconciliation. Way to go GOP. Kyrsten Sinema’s brave stand seems to be the single barrier to it all at present.

    • Polish Janitor says:

      I agree. In fact before this, the moment I read McConnell had given the bill the green light I thought to myself that it was gonna be “bipartisan bill” for sure without any conservative hurdles ahead. Collins and Murkowski as always did their thing. I still don’t know why these two still have an ‘R’ in front of their names..

      Note that the list is a mix of NeverTrumpers, and liberal Republicans. One interesting name is Bill Cassidy who has been slowly but surely drifting toward the mainstream since the Jan. 6th event.

      Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.)
      Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.)
      Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.)
      Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.)
      Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine)
      Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.)
      Sen. Mike Crapo (R-Idaho)
      Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.)
      Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa)
      Sen. John Hoeven (R-N.D.)
      Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.)
      Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska)
      Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio)
      Sen. James Risch (R-Idaho)
      Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah)
      Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.)
      Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.)

  4. TV says:

    I get a kick out of the politicians saying:
    “The American people are not stupid.”
    Maybe not “stupid”, but certainly ignorant and generally immature, Biden being the latest example.

  5. Oilman2 says:

    I am bored as well. There will be nearly zero minds changed about receiving any mRNA vaccine at this point. People have decided to risk getting a strain of flu or to get an experimental vaccine that will lessen the symptoms. In media and government, there are only two options – vax or no vax. That illusive third path of prophylactic treatment is not even presented, and doctors (for the most part) are discouraging anything that is not an mRNA vax.

    The mask debate was over before it began, if you read the box they came in: “…will not provide any protection against Covid-19 or other viruses…”. You have to buy a serious mask, like an N-95 mask with a rubber face seal to actually block bacteria, much less a virus.

    All I see coming from captive media and federal government is virtua signaling. The fact that many states are giving them the finger is great.

  6. TheUnready says:

    Arguably all presidential shenanigans will remain boring until the appearance of an administration that can fix Boeing et al and the real economy….

  7. longarch says:

    Perhaps I am living in an echo chamber, but everyone who is willing to talk to me about Joe Biden merely echoes accusations of improper conduct with children. I wonder whether most Americans believe Biden is guilty of such actions. I doubt that yougov.com will conduct a poll regarding such. Here is a recent example:

    Joe Biden pinched the nipple of Senator Steve Daines’ niece on C-Span when she was a young child, according to her reported confirmation of the pinch, which occurred on January 3, 2015 at her uncle’s swearing-in ceremony when she was eight years old.
    Citizen journalist Jonathan Pasetti has the image of his journalistic conversation with the young woman, Maria Piacesi, on Tik Tok. Piacesi has since deleted the comments, but they have since been archived and began going viral earlier this week.


    Curiously, many people who speak to me on this matter also quote Matthew 18:6

    But whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to sin, it would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck, and he were drowned in the depth of the sea.

    For myself, I believe a more appropriate quote would be:

    I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that his justice cannot sleep forever.

  8. fakebot says:

    Here’s something to cure your boredom sir: Reflections of a Vietnam War Tunnel Rat

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