President Joe Biden suffered two major losses on Thursday. This will be the last nail in the large and hopeful agenda coffin that Democrats have been hoping for as they speed up from hell to the 2022 election season.
First, Democratic Arizona Senator Kyrsten Cinema, she supports the voting rights bill, but she I don’t feel like doing what I need to do to make it happen.. Filibuster. I’m talking about killing filibuster.
This came just two days after the president made such an ardent speech in support of knocking off filibuster. Republicans essentially called it offensive..And even one Democratic Senator said Biden, who Promised to unite Americans a year ago, I went too far with my speech.
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Former President Barack Obama has emerged from political retirement to write his first opinion piece since he resigned on the importance of protecting the right to vote. He said, In this USA TODAY opinion pieceIt’s time for Democrats to do something to protect democracy.
Cinema did not receive the notes.
Then President Joe had little time to shake off the cinema body slam when the US Supreme Court knocked him down again Thursday afternoon.
The The court ruled that the Biden administration had no authority Force employers to require workers to be vaccinated or to undergo regular COVID testing. The employer’s mission was an important part of Biden’s attempt to control a pandemic that proved out of control.
Basically, if it’s on your to-do list to help voters oppress and spread the latest COVID variants, now is your illustrious time. His brilliance is waning because it’s so bad for Democrats and Biden’s agenda.
And these latest setbacks are the confusing guidelines of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the endless supply chain shortage, Highest inflation rate From the early days of President Reagan, and Approval evaluation As such, former President Donald Trump looks like the most popular child at school.
So what’s next? What other losses can this administration suffer? When voters vote in the middle of 2022, the answer will be immediately apparent.
To explain how bad it was for Biden, my sister sent me a text message on Wednesday saying, “He’s a failure.”
And that was before Cinema and The Supremes spoke.
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