Bill Clinton has recently come out swinging for his apparent buddy Joe Biden, who is currently experiencing a raucous thrashing in the polls.
In response to his low poll figures, Biden has undertaken a number of different actions in an effort to offset a thorough shellacking of the Democrats anticipated in the midterm elections, including raiding strategic petroleum reserves in an ineffectual bid to bring down dramatically increasing gasoline prices.
According to Bill Clinton, however, Biden could care less about poll figures and apparently cares about “helping” Americans first and foremost.
Clinton, who recently graced the pretentious “100 Most Influential People of 2022,” an annual list developed by the liberal Time magazine, declared that Biden “has done exactly what he said he would do if elected.”
The former president declared that Biden has allegedly “[helped] America overcome an unprecedented pandemic,” as well as “rebuild a battered economy from the bottom up and middle out so that it works for all.”
Clinton made no reference to the economic reality that gasoline prices surging to nearly $5 per gallon on average will adversely impact the lowest earners at a much more significant rate than the highest earners, which would significantly undermine his assertion that the Biden economy does indeed “[work] for all.”
Clinton also claimed that Biden has succeeded in “[restoring America’s] standing in the world,” in spite of the fact that the White House has severely alienated varied American allies after its utterly disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan.
“We still face stern tasks, including taming inflation without causing a recession, and combating violent crime,” Clinton brayed, stating the abundantly obvious.
“The usual sound bites and answers that dominate the news won’t help,” the former president cheerfully continued, finally making a comment that bears a reasonable semblance to Americans’ real sentiments regarding their so-called representative government.
However, Clinton continued onward by referring to Biden as “a get-the-job-done leader who cares more about the people than the polls,” though he did not mention a single concrete achievement that would warrant this label.
“That’s who Joe Biden is,” Clinton boomed in conclusion, “and why I’m glad he’s on the job.”