Watters: Everybody agrees the country is in bad shape

JESSE WATTERS PRIMETIME: Spreker 1: I don’t want a piece of you. I want the whole thing, as the saying goes. Never meet your heroes. En in 2020, Democrats found that out the hard way. The left hailed Joe Biden as their hero, champion of all things liberal and defeater of Donald Trump. Biden could do no wrong in the Democrat’s eyes. He was the party’s knight in shining armor who was going to save the country. Maar seun, were they wrong. Not even two years into his presidency. And things are so bad in Biden’s America. Even the Democrats have turned on him. He’s failing miserably across the board. Inflasie, the border crime, you name it. Can you point to a single thing that Joe Biden’s done well? Americans are completely fed up. According to a new poll, CBS three-quarters of the country say things are going badly here.

JESSE WATTERS: BIDEN IS NO LONGER CAPABLE OF GOVERNING THE US

You can’t get Americans to agree on anything except this. Everybody agrees the country is in bad shape. 57% of voters think Biden is distracted and now a majority say he’s incompetent too. Now usually the media is able to cover up problems for Democrats. But the problems like gas prices, inflation and crime are so pervasive that their old bag of tricks won’t work. And we’re watching in real-time the media grapple with how to save his presidency. These are the five new ways the press is trying to save the presidency. Step one Denial. Don’t believe your eyes. Eintlik, everything is great under Joe Biden except for one tiny little problem.

MONKS, IOWA - JULY 15: Democratic presidential candidate former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden pauses as he speaks during the AARP and The Des Moines Register Iowa Presidential Candidate Forum at Drake University on July 15, 2019 in Des Moines, Iowa. Twenty Democratic presidential candidates are participating in the forums that will feature four candidate per forum, to be held in cities across Iowa over five days.  (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

MONKS, IOWAJULY 15: Democratic presidential candidate former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden pauses as he speaks during the AARP and The Des Moines Register Iowa Presidential Candidate Forum at Drake University on July 15, 2019 in Des Moines, Iowa. Twenty Democratic presidential candidates are participating in the forums that will feature four candidate per forum, to be held in cities across Iowa over five days. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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