As the legacy media continues to run defense for America’s worst President, Democrats are wising up to the fact that Old Joe isn’t all he’s cracked up to be. As a matter of fact, the very groups he continues to polarize are speaking out the most over their disappointment in the President.
Fox News highlighted three groups recently in an article with testimony from three people that all have Biden’s remorse – a Black man, a trans woman, and a homeless mother, each with unique reasoning as to why they regret voting for Joe in 2020.
“I feel like I’ve been lied to by the media telling us Biden is the answer to all the country’s problems,” Mikaela Stekly told Fox News. “That’s what I saw him as when I voted for him.”
“And they made [former President] Trump kind of the bad guy in the media, but things were a lot better when he was president,” Stekly, a homeless single mother who blamed the president for her financial struggles, continued.
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THE BLACK COMMUNITY:
The Black community is also struggling with their decision with many coming forward suggesting that they’ve been tricked into voting Democrat once again.
“I feel like a lot of Black people, we’re trapped in the vicious cycle of believing what Democrats tell us,” Chris McCullough, the father of three, told Fox News. “And that’s how I was for my whole entire life.”
According to the interview, McCullough grew up believing the false narrative that the Democrats were the party of ‘inclusivity’ and therefore the only option for Black voters.
“I was programmed, in a sense, with that Democratic-savior type of situation,” he told Fox News. “That’s how Biden comes across – as Black people’s savior.”
THE TRANS COMMUNITY:
The Trans community is also weighing in on their disappointment for the divider in Chief as they too feel used and have had enough.
Zoe Nicholson, a transgender artist and art teacher from St. Louis, was not particularly political for most of her life. But she always firmly believed in individual freedoms and responsibility.
Nicholson said she voted for Biden because he was a safe, “boring” option. But she started to regret voting for him a few months into his presidency because he “is essentially furthering Marxist ideas in our country.”
“It really was a terrible choice,” Nicholson added.
Nicholson said she hopes Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis runs for president in 2024. The Republican governor faced significant backlash from the LGBTQ community after signing into law the Parental Rights in Education Act, which opponents often called the “Don’t Say Gay.”
“Looking at 2024. I’m hoping DeSantis runs,” Nicholson said. “If Trump runs again and wins the primary, he will have my vote as well.”
Nicholson, who doesn’t identify with either political party, said she “cannot see any reason why I would be voting Democrat and the next election.”
Mikaela Stekly, a single mother from Shakopee, Minnesota, said she’s been facing a rough time since Biden became president. No longer able to afford rent, the 25-year-old works four part-time jobs and spends nights in her car when she can’t find a couch to crash on. Her six-year-old son lives with her parents.
“I did vote for Joe Biden because of all the promises he had made,” Stekly told Fox News. She cast her first vote of her life in 2020, believing Biden would follow through on campaign pledges to help impoverished Americans.
“He basically tricked us into it because he didn’t keep any of his promises,” Stekly said.
“He’s not helping the poor. I’m the poor and I’m getting poorer,” she continued. “I can barely afford to eat. Groceries are expensive. Gas is expensive.”