Voters from Joe Biden’s hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania, did not have nice things to say about the President, a sharp contrast to what the media narrative would have you believe.
Voters expressed deep feelings of disillusionment and discontent for Biden.
“He praises here, but I don’t, I don’t think he actually, like grew up here,” one Scranton resident said.
Both Republicans and Democrats are expressing their disappointment.
I’m a registered Democrat, but I’m not happy,” said another person.
“I think he’s the worst President we ever had to be honest with you… this economy sucks,” the last interviewee said.
As Trending Politics noted: For a city often spotlighted as a symbol of Biden’s roots and values, the disconnect between the President’s policies and the reality of his purported hometown is increasingly evident.
The sentiment in Scranton is a microcosm of a larger national mood, as Biden continues to fail to connect with the American people.
This sentiment, particularly among those who would be Joe Biden’s core supporters, reflects a broader national trend of dissatisfaction within the Democratic Party.
This is starkly evident in the poll results, which show a deep divide among Democrats over Biden’s performance and U.S. foreign policy, especially towards Israel.
According to a Harvard CAPS-Harris poll, the central divide reflects a broader discontent with Biden’s leadership, with many Democrats and independents expressing reluctance to support Biden.
The growing rift within the Democratic Party is undeniable.
This could have far-reaching consequences for the party’s future and ability to hold power in 2024.
Domestic affairs are looking too good, either.
On Monday, the House Oversight Committee disclosed that Hunter Biden’s business entity, Owasco P.C., made monthly payments to the “big guy” Joe Biden.
The findings contradicted Biden’s claims he was not involved in his family’s business dealings.