By
G. McConway
|
November 9, 2022

Joe Biden Disappears on Election Day

Joe Biden abandoned his party when they needed him most.

With projections not looking good for Democrats, Biden taped an interview, then his administration called a lid at 11:20 a.m.

That was the last anyone heard of Joe Biden.

Stick to Twitter

Biden relied on Twitter to communicate with people.

Or, should I say, one of his team members pretended to be Joe and kept his Twitter account fairly active.

As the night progressed and it became apparent that Dems were fairing far better than they had anticipated, Biden reportedly started to make phone calls to Democrat winners.

According to early morning reports, Biden was giddy and relieved this morning, but he may have jumped the gun.

There was no red tsunami, not even a wave, but it was very impactful.

First, the GOP will be taking back the House, which means Biden’s uber-left agenda is done.

Second, at worst, it would appear that the GOP will split the Senate.

However, if Blake Masters can make up his deficit with the last 30 percent of the vote or Herschel Walker can win a runoff election, the GOP will take the Senate, which would be huge.

Even if they take the Senate by a single seat, it completely changes the dynamic.

The GOP will be able to bombard Biden with legislation for change and force him to either sign or veto the bills.

Either way, the GOP wins.

As disappointing as the day was, winning the Senate changes that smile on Joe Biden’s face to a frown rather quickly.

I would imagine we would see very little of Joe over the next two years if that takes place.

Source: Fox News

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