Flood of news reports highlight Democratic frustration with Biden: 'It's infuriating'

The Hill reported Wednesday that Biden was finding himself to be “magteloos” in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade in addition to several other issues hammering the administration.

The report notes that while Biden’shands are largely tiedwhen it comes to issues like mass shootings, the high prices of gas and skyrocketing inflation, Democrats remain annoyed.

“Dit is woedend,” a Democratic strategist told the Hill. “Our house is on fire, and it seems like they’re doing nothing to put the fire out. They’re just watching it with the rest of us.

President Joe Biden meets with Vice President Kamala Harris, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas in the State Dining Room of the White House, Woensdag, Maart 24, 2021, in Washington. (AP Foto / Evan Vucci)

President Joe Biden meets with Vice President Kamala Harris, Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas in the State Dining Room of the White House, Woensdag, Maart 24, 2021, in Washington. (AP Foto / Evan Vucci) ((AP Foto / Evan Vucci))

BIDEN’S POLITICAL STANDING A ‘STEEP SLIDE’ FROM LAST JULY 4, ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTS

Another strategist told the outlet that Biden was leaning into theadministrative part of the jobrather than the political side during a time when the party isthirsty for political clarity and leadership.

Biden recently signed the bipartisan gun legislation into law, has called on Congress to pass a gas tax holiday to alleviate the high price at the pump, and has promised to protect access to abortion pills.

A Republican strategist told the Hill that the expectations of Biden areway too highand the Democratic base wants someonewho can fight.

In addition to appearing powerless, Democrats are worried that Biden isn’t using his platform effectively, volgens NBC News.

An anonymous congressman told the outlet that it wasalmost like he’s hiding. He has the bully pulpit, and he’s either hiding behind it or under it. I don’t know where he is.

The lawmaker also said Biden needed to change course due to his approval rating beingin the toilet.

Fox News contributor Joe Concha told Fox News Digital thatattempting to defend this administration on inflation, gaspryse, the border, and crime — where this team’s handling of those issues is polling in the 20s, is a potentially humiliating task.

So now without its arguably biggest ally in the media, Team Biden has nowhere to go but down,” hy het gesê.

NBC, WAPO, CNN DROP DAMNING REPORTS ON WH TURMOIL, SUGGEST ISSUES PLAGUING BIDEN WEREN’T CAUSED BY HIS ADMIN

President Joe Biden speaks about the economy in the State Dinning Room of the White House, Vrydag, Feb.. 5, 2021, in Washington. (AP-foto/Alex Brandon)

President Joe Biden speaks about the economy in the State Dinning Room of the White House, Vrydag, Feb.. 5, 2021, in Washington. (AP-foto/Alex Brandon) ((AP-foto/Alex Brandon))

Biden is reportedly planning to use his platform to focus on messaging against the GOP and framing the party as being out of touch.

He plans to capitalize on frustration with the Supreme Court and blame former President Trump and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., for the court’s conservative majority.

A Biden ally reportedly said officials were going to have asharper messageas the midterms get closer.

That message will revolve around painting the Republican Party as extreme and doing things that are actively hurting peoples’ lives. Is there a strong enough message now? Waarskynlik nie. But they know that,” hulle het gesê, as the party and Biden believe abortion will help them in the midterms.

A report from CNN noted similar turmoil within the White House as criticism from Democratic lawmakers, and even left-wing celebrities, gaan voort.

Liberal actress Debra Messing reportedly yelled that there didn’t seem like there was a point to voting on a phone call with White House aides about the Supreme Court decision.

PRESIDENT BIDEN ANNOYED BY 2024 QUESTIONS, REPORTS NEW YORK TIMES

President Joe Biden speaks during an event at the Roosevelt Room of the White House.

President Joe Biden speaks during an event at the Roosevelt Room of the White House. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

She reportedly said that she felt like she had gotten Biden elected and asked why she was being asked to do anything at all.

Biden’s aides are worn out and fed up, volgens CNN, from feeling like they’re constantly onred alert.

Democrats worry the administration’s lack of decisive action and authority are making things worse as the midterms get closer, CNN berig. It also fuels more questions surrounding Biden running for a second term in 2024.

Biden is reportedly growing more and more frustrated by the 2024 vrae, especially coming from his own party. The New York Times reported at the end of June that Biden and his aides see the speculation asa lack of respect from their party and the press.

President Joe Biden meets virtually with infant formula manufacturers from the South Court Auditorium on the White House complex in Washington, Woensdag, Junie 1, 2022, as his administration works to ease nationwide shortages by importing foreign supplies and using the Defense Production Act to speed domestic production. (AP Photo / Susan Walsh)

President Joe Biden meets virtually with infant formula manufacturers from the South Court Auditorium on the White House complex in Washington, Woensdag, Junie 1, 2022, as his administration works to ease nationwide shortages by importing foreign supplies and using the Defense Production Act to speed domestic production. (AP Photo / Susan Walsh) (AP Photo / Susan Walsh)

The Times also reported that Democrats were demanding more from Biden in his response to the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case that overturned Roe v. Wade.

The report noted that many members of the Democratic Party viewed Biden’s response aspainfully inadequate.Democratic National Committee member David Atkins told the New York Times thatthere needs to be more fight.

The White House did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.

The New York Times also reported in early June that Democrats were concerned with Biden’s leadership abilities, and some wondered if he should becut loose” in 2024.

Biden said he supported ending the filibuster in order to advance abortion legislation; egter, the White House has also made it clear he does not support packing the Supreme Court.

After the Dobbs decision was handed down, Biden made remarks from the White House calling on Congress to restore abortion protections and encouraging protesters to remain peaceful.

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