How long does Joe Biden have in office?
Well, at least until 2024—if he’s lucky. Many fear the man doesn’t have the stamina to make it that long.
But even if he does last to the next election, he might be “out” in other ways. He might just lose support from Congress.
Democrats hold a slim majority in both chambers, for now. But signs are increasing that Republicans will retake Congress, come 2022.
If that happens, Joe will be powerless. And he just got more bad news.
From Daily Wire:
According to the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), it outraised the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee by $4 million in May and has a $6.1 million cash advantage. The NRCC stated on Friday that it has $42.1 million cash on hand while the DCCC has $36 million…
Another element that might be factored into GOP chances is the fact that President Biden is becoming less and less popular.
A new report reveals that the Republican Party is raising more cash than Democrats. They have, at this moment, a $6.1 million cash advantage.
That’s a pretty bad sign all by itself. History tells us that the president’s party loses big time during midterms. Voters quickly strike back, electing strong opposition in Congress.
That was already a likely scenario in 2022. But with Republicans charging full steam ahead on fundraising, they have even more resources to defeat Democrats in tight races.
Add to that is another big piece of bad news: Biden continued to slide in unpopularity. A recent Monmouth polls had him drop below 50% for the first time (and that’s a mainstream poll).
Joe Biden claimed to be a unifying president who cared about all Americans. Instead, he has destroyed thousands of jobs, bowed to the radical left (many times), and is contributing to rising inflation.
And that’s not to mention his utter disregard for regular Americans, as his policies seem tilted towards rich globalists.
That will also play a huge factor in the coming midterms. Americans, sick and tired of Joe’s failures, will vote for candidates who can take power back from him.
If Republicans retake Congress, that doesn’t mean Joe is literally out of office. It would take a big majority in the House to impeach the old man.
But with Republicans in firm control of the legislature, there is little chance Joe can continue putting other countries first.
Do you think Republicans will take back the House and Senate in 2022?
- Republicans are outraising Democrats by millions, as the midterms approach.
- The GOP currently has a $6 million advantage over the left.
- This comes as Joe Biden suffers from a slumping approval rating.
Source: Daily Wire