Last Updated on January 15, 2024
Joe Biden reached a new personal low of 33 percent in the ABC News/Ipsos poll that quizzed folks between January 4 and 8.
Lo and behold, the American people mostly do not approve of Joe Biden, whose 33 percent in the poll is the lowest since George W. Bush in his war-addled second term. Biden has a 58 percent disapproval rate.
National File reported in late December:Joe Biden’s regime set a dubious record for overseeing illegal migrant border encounters in a single 24-hour period on Monday. The Customs and Border Protection (CBP) racked up more than 12,600 migrant encounters in a single day, and that is reportedly a record.
Globalist stooge Joe Biden allows the invasion of America to continue, as illegal migrants pour in to the country at alarming destabilizing levels. The Biden regime even sold off parts for President Donald Trump’s border wall to further rub it in our faces that America is getting destroyed from within by open borders.
There were about 310,000 migrant encounters at the border in the month of October, and about 2.4 million border migrant encounters in fiscal year 2023. Sadly, so many illegal migrants get into America and gain access to our country’s resources, cheapening the American experience for everyone who is rightfully here.
“Creepy” Joe Biden recently set other records, as well.
Joe Biden has reached his lowest approval rating ever in the Monmouth University poll, with just 34 percent of Americans approving of Biden’s performance in the survey while 61 percent disapprove of Creepy Joe. A mere 20 percent of Americans think the country is headed in the right direction, according to the poll.
Interestingly, Biden clocks in with only 28 percent favorability on the issue of inflation and 26 percent favorability on the issue of immigration, with 69 percent of Americans disapproving of his job on immigration, according to the Monmouth poll, which was conducted between November 30 and December 4 of this year.
Meanwhile, American homelessness recently hit a record high under Joe Biden, according to U.S. government numbers. With approximately 653,000 homeless Americans, the United States has hit the record since the current counting system came into use in 2007.