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Joe Biden is not about to pivot. No siree, no reboot for this president’s White House.

Biden isn’t interested in making course corrections because, after all, he has, in his modest estimate, “outperformed what everyone thought was going to happen.” Moreover, the president is convinced “that we have made enormous progress” and that everything is “improving”.

That’s what he told the country at his recent press conference, which was an eye opener. It turns out that Joe Biden is either seriously delusional or completely sequestered and misled by his team. Don’t take my word for it; read his own statements.


Addressing his White House’s efforts to “stop” the pandemic, as he promised to do, Biden said, “Am I happy with the way we’ve dealt with COVID and all that goes with it? Yeah , I’m satisfied. I think we did remarkably well.

As for his beleaguered and unpopular vice president’s performance, Biden said of Kamala Harris, “I think she does a good job.” Well, what could he say?

When asked how his administration’s ballot might appear to voters heading into the midterm elections, Biden said it would “look pretty good.”

That’s an interesting guess, given that a new Politico/Morning Consult poll found that 37% of respondents gave Biden an “F” for his first year in office, more than an “A” or an “A”. B”. A poll that oddly noted Biden worse than Donald Trump. For Biden voters, this is the final ignominy.

But, as Biden said at the press conference, “I don’t believe in polls.”

Joe Biden thinks he hasn’t done a good enough job of telling people how wonderful things are.

The problem is that, according to Biden, Americans are too weak to understand what a great job he is doing. According to him, “We’ve adopted a lot of things that people don’t even understand, it’s understandable.” The president’s obvious answer? “I must make it clear to the American people what we are for.”

Joe Biden thinks he hasn’t done a good enough job of telling people how wonderful things are. His new idea is to go “on the road a lot, making the case across the country, with my colleagues who are up for re-election and others, arguing what we’ve done and what we want to do, what what we need to do.”

Biden is confident that this approach will make Americans feel better about his presidency and save not only his approval numbers, but also Democrats in November.

Democrats running for office in moderate districts must be horrified, frantically strategizing to avoid the great taint of Biden’s White House. Will they, like Georgian suffrage activist Stacey Abrams, who recently skipped a major Biden speech, claim a “scheduling conflict”?

They are cooked, especially with independents who are defecting en masse. In a recent Economist/YouGov poll, just 6% of independents “strongly approved” of the work Biden is doing.

In addition to coming out more, Biden’s new agenda includes “increasing input – now that I have time – … from outside experts, academia, editorialists, think tanks. And I’m doing them come, just like I did from the beginning, bringing in presidential historians to get their perspective on what we should do…”

He now has the luxury of this revival because, as he puts it, “I’ve eliminated critical crises, in the sense that it’s moving — knowing exactly where we’re going.”

Voters will be so relieved to know that Biden has solved our biggest problems.

Even though Biden is quite comfortable with the work he does, he is very disappointed in his fellow Republicans, who he says are there to block his every move. More worrying, it seems, is that the president cannot understand the GOP agenda.

He challenges Republicans to describe “what are you for?”

For the record, Republicans across the country are running for safe streets, stable prices, secure borders, school choice, strength abroad, and get the country back to work. Does Biden really not know that these are the most important issues for voters today?

In fairness, there are two other reasons why Biden may not want to pivot, as Bill Clinton did so successfully in the middle of his presidency.

First, he may not care whether his polls improve. His claims that he plans to run for president again in 2024 may be, like so many others from this presidency, utter nonsense. It is inconceivable that this rapidly aging president will run for re-election.


Last November, the president underwent an annual physical, which showed him fit for the job, but apparently did not pass Montreal’s cognitive assessment, which could crush widespread speculation about his mental abilities. Why not? Trump passed such a test and passed it with flying colors. Why didn’t Biden do the same?

The obvious conclusion may be that Biden knows his mental abilities are fading, he knows he won’t run anymore and so a mid-course correction isn’t as important as sticking to his leftist guns.

Second, the people who seem to have the most influence in this White House — Democrats like Senators Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Bernie Sanders of Vermont — are fanatics. They don’t care about their party; they don’t care about Democrats running in swing neighborhoods. They are on a mission.


Even as the political tide has begun to shift away from progressives, who have lost most marquee races in recent months to moderates, Warren and Sanders and their colleagues are pushing the envelope. They know that they have a limited time to “transform” a country that does not seek to transform itself.

It’s unclear if Joe Biden understands how badly his White House has been damaged; what is clear is that he has no intention of changing course.


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