It’s not totally unexpected to see this coming from an actual newspaper in washington, the Washington Examiner:

President Joe Biden finally did it. The lackluster leader’s approval rating has fallen below every president of the modern era at this stage of their term.

Citing approval polling dating back to Harry S. Truman in 1945, FiveThirtyEight said that no president has been below, or even equal to, Biden’s average of 40.9% on Day 490 of their presidency.

Former Presidents Donald Trump, Bill Clinton, and Gerald Ford had lower average approval ratings at some stage early in their presidencies, but Biden has caught up, and today’s average was the first for which he was below all presidents since Truman, a potentially troubling trend as Democrats ready for the midterm elections.

So, how does one supposedly get a record number of votes, and yet comes up with approval ratings that are marginally lower than approval ratings for salmonella?

Since all of the polling has been leaning that direction since day one, it’s a lot easier to assume that the polling is accurate.

That leaves obvious questions about the accuracy of the vote count. I mean, think about it. How does one supposedly get a record number of votes electing him to office and then come up with polling numbers like these?

Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain over there.