Democrats Get Laughed Off Social Media For Embarrassing Biden Defense

You know the party is in total disarray when when officials are willing to embarrass themselves on social media in an attempt to shift the narrative and create better optics around one of Biden’s many failures.

On day one of Joe Biden’s presidency he signed multiple executive orders that essentially guaranteed the destruction of America’s energy independence, which Trump worked tirelessly to secure.

As a result, the American people have struggled at gas pumps where the price per gallon has reached astronomical heights. In parts of California gas prices have risen to $8 per gallon, for example.

This is of course by design; a concerted effort by the Biden administration to make it impossible to afford gas-powered vehicles. This is no secret, either. Biden is openly teaming up with ‘green’ corporate cronies, funding their efforts produce more electric vehicles, and artificially increasing the price of gas to gain a greater return on investment.

On Thursday, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) faced widespread backlash for bragging that Joe Biden had caused gas prices to drop by 2 cents per gallon, a claim that may not even be accurate given that oil prices plummeted in response to the Omicron variant of the coronavirus.

You know it’s bad when the Washington Post calls bullsh**.

They posted a tweet in response to the DCCC, saying it was “the worst defense of the Biden administration yet,” noting that “since Biden took office, the price of gas has risen more than a dollar on this same measure.”

Other top responses included:

Omg https://t.co/2qXGfEQqPh

— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) December 2, 2021

It comes as no shock that the Democrats are in serious panic mode, especially after a slew of poll numbers indicate their inevitable demise come ’22 and ’24.

Party officials were banking on Biden’s moderate stance combined with Kamala’s more progressive style to create the perfect administration; one that’s pragmatic and idealistic.

Instead the two forces seem to have canceled each other out, and nothing has come from the partnership, except turmoil for the American people both at home and overseas.

Author: Asa McCue