Governor Ron DeSantis fired-back at Joe Biden Friday after the President jokingly forgot his name this week; saying the real question is “what else has he forgotten?”
“I guess I’m not surprised that Biden doesn’t remember me. I guess the question is: what else has he forgotten?” asked DeSantis.
“Biden’s forgotten about the border. He’s forgotten about inflation. He’s forgotten about the demonstrators fighting for freedom in Cuba. He’s even forgotten about the Constitution itself,” he added.
— The Hill (@thehill) August 6, 2021
One thing he clearly forgot to remember is the number of Americans vaccinated against Coronavirus.
“We have to get more people vaccinated… What’s the number again? 350 million Americans have already been vaccinated. They’re doing fine,” said Biden.
According to the Census Bureau, the population of the USA stands at 328 million. If Biden’s facts are correct, that would be 106% of every person in the country.
Biden says that 350 million people in the U.S. have been vaccinated, which is more than the entire population of our country
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) August 6, 2021
New polls are sounding alarm bells in the Democratic Party Friday as the latest surveys show Joe Biden’s net approval rating decreasing by 20 points since his Inauguration in late January.
The data published by Monmouth University had the President with a net approval of +24 points at the start of his term (54% approve to 30% disapprove). That figure now stands at +4 (48% approve to 44% disapprove.)
Watch DeSantis’ comments above.
BIDEN IN CAROLINA: ‘My Name is Joe Biden, I’m a Democratic Candidate for the United States Senate’
Former Vice President Joe Biden continued his gaffe-ridden campaign in South Carolina this week; bizarrely telling the crowd he’s running for the United States Senate.
“My name is Joe Biden. I’m a Democratic candidate for the United States Senate. Look me over, if you like what you see, help out. If not, vote for the other Biden,” he told supporters just days before the South Carolina primary.
Biden made similar comments earlier this month, delivering a speech in Nevada where he called for innovative solutions like they’ve implemented “Here in California.”
“The new technologies are capable of doing so much more. For example, there’s no reason why -at our ports- we don’t have solar capacity to be able to make sure we save a lot of energy, create a lot of new jobs for people out there, just like here in California… I mean… here in Nevada,” said Biden.
"Here in California" – Joe Biden, while in Nevada pic.twitter.com/77zMaSWynG
— Abigail Marone (@abigailmarone) February 16, 2020
Watch Biden’s comments above.
BIDEN IN NEW HAMPSHIRE: ‘I’ve Been to Vermont a Number of Times, I love This Place'
Former Vice President Joe Biden continued his gaffe-riddled campaign over the weekend; telling supporters in New Hampshire he’s been to Vermont a “number of times” dating back to 2014.
“I’ve been here a number of times…I love this place. Look, what’s not to like about Vermont in terms of the beauty of it?” Biden told reporters.
Biden, who is in New Hampshire, thinks he is in Vermont
At some point, the media is going to have to stop calling this "gaffes" https://t.co/Dhno1WN2rU
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) August 24, 2019
Biden made a similar mistake just days ago, telling a packed audience the assassinations of Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr occurred in “the late ‘70s.”
“Just like in my generation, when I got out of school, when Bobby Kennedy and Dr. King had been assassinated in the ’70s, the late ’70s when I got engaged … ,” Biden recalled.
The two leaders were killed two months apart in 1968.
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) August 21, 2019
Biden is facing more campaign issues this week; with analysts saying his fundraising efforts have “tumbled” since a series of gaffes on the campaign trail.
“Joe Biden raised $4.6 million online on his first day in the 2020 presidential race, surprising doubters who thought the former vice president couldn’t run a modern campaign. But since then Biden’s online fundraising has tumbled — looking more like flash-in-the-pan opponent Beto O’Rourke than top-tier rivals like Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren,” reports Politico.
“More than 60 percent of the $13.2 million Biden has raised online came in the first week of his campaign, which launched in late April, according to a POLITICO analysis of data from the Democratic fundraising platform ActBlue. While other top candidates spiked early and then gradually raised more money online as the 2020 campaign has carried on, Biden’s pattern is similar to O’Rourke, who roared into the race with millions raised in his first day but has trickled off since then,” adds the website.