Hey Biden, how’s the jaw? It looks like a you took a solid one-two.
Just yesterday, one of two blows were dealt to the Biden administration. One was from the Supreme Court, which struck down an attempted vaccination mandate on employers with at least 100 employees, saying that the President had no such authority, and pointing out that the likes of Covid-19 was a universal concern, and not specifically a workplace hazard. However, in a split-decision, the court upheld a similar mandate on healthcare workers.
This was a huge blow to the Biden presidency, for which this was considered a flagship piece of legislation, and would have been a significant part of Biden’s legislative legacy.
Opponents such as myself were concerned, considering that if the Supreme Court had favored it, the mandate would have fundamentally changed the relationship between the individual and government, as the government would have mandated a consumer product, and what’s more, the product would have been an irreversible medical procedure, violating the individual’s bodily autonomy.
I can only imagine how much Hunter Biden lost in investments.
But hey, it helps to have a backup plan, in case things go awry. That’s why Biden wanted to end the legislative filibuster, which would have made it simple to push through a bill that would have allowed non-citizens to vote without identification.
That’s where Biden suffered another blow. Democratic senator Kyrsten Sinema came out in opposition to changing the long-standing legislative filibuster, effectively denying Biden the majority he would have needed to end the filibuster, and ending his dream of pushing through what he pleased.
This left Biden reeling, as the announcement came about an hour before Biden was to address Senate Democrats, and his writers had to scramble to come up with something for the man to read from his teleprompter.
Unless Biden can invent another way to screw things up, he’s on the fast-track to becoming a figurehead for the rest of his term. His popularity is expected to continue to reach new lows, as inflation is getting out of control, and the costs of gas and food are continuing to rise, with no apparent plan to mitigate these problems.
Of course, it’s not helping him that he’s been devising schemes to make peoples lives worse, and continuing with the divisive rhetoric, and painting a bleak outlook, all while offering nothing in the way of encouragement.
Just sit him down in his recliner, put a blanket over him, and give him a small bowl of Werther’s Originals to hand out. Biden’s best days are behind him.