Biden Is Met by Hundreds of Protesters in Michigan With That Chant


Joe Biden suffered a huge defeat in his attempt to pass his massive spending spree legislation. He failed to pass the bipartisan infrastructure bill and discovered that he would not get the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill he requested.

He couldn’t get out of the impasse between moderates and progressives. He is now working to reduce the bill to a more manageable number, hoping to convince recalcitrant Democrats that they will sign on to it.

Biden hopes he can get some support for his bill by getting on the road. Today, Biden was in Michigan, a crucial swing state.

However, the most famous man ever encountered more protesters — a constant spectacle with which he has to deal.

Such protesting also clearly disturbs him, since he mentioned it during his rant in Shanksville on 9/11. “What would the people who died be thinking?” Biden declared. “They think it makes sense to be doing this kinda thing where you ride down the street and see a sign that says ‘F so-and-so?’” How inappropriate on 9/11 to use the dead to protect himself from political criticism. But very revealing about his psyche.

He was not going to be content today, so there is no doubt.

Hundreds of people were gathered along the highway to protest him about a mile from where he was to speak to Local 324 of the International Union of Operating Engineers’ Construction Career Center in Howell about his legislative agenda.

Here are just a few examples. Yes, again there were “F Joe Biden” chants in the crowd.

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“Let’s Go Brandon” has become the substitute now for the “F Joe Biden” chant ever since an NBC reporter tried to claim a “F Joe Biden” chant was saying that to deflect from what they were actually saying.

Even during this visit, both the problems in the Democratic Party and Joe Biden’s agenda were exposed.

The union to whom he was speaking is in support of a tunnel by the Canadian company Enbridge to replace its Line 5 pipeline in the Straits of Mackinac. Meanwhile, many Joe Biden and many Democrats are doing all they can to kill our energy ability and do in pipelines in this country. The Democratic Party is specifically against this idea. Hey, prosperity, energy independence, lower-priced oil, and more jobs. Of course, they don’t want it.

Biden won Michigan, but it doesn’t sound like Michigan voters love the job he is doing. A poll of Michigan voters found that 39% rated his performance as satisfactory, and 53% disapproved.

Nine months in a crucial swing state is not good news for Biden’s legislative agenda or the Democrats’ 2022 goals.