G. McConway
September 15, 2022

New Hampshire Voters Crush Biden on Key Issues Leading to Election

Primary season is about to wrap up in New Hampshire.

Voters were asked to respond to key issues facing the country right now.

If the rest of the country follows New Hampshire’s lead, it will not be a good November for Democrats.

Shredding Biden

The feedback from Nashua County, NH, was not good.

Chuck Lothrop stated, "I think Joe Biden has been a total failure.”

Another voter, who was born in England, stated, "Yes. Total failure.

"The poor man, I think, he's definitely got cognitive failure."

She said that in Europe "they are laughing."

Resident Pat Miller added, "I think that the poor man is so disabled.

"What they're doing to him is absolutely atrocious. He has, I believe, a disease, and they're trotting him out. And I feel bad for him. I really, really do. I think it's elder abuse."

Kevin Scully continued to pile it on, stating, "I think President Biden is perhaps the most divisive president of my lifetime. And he ran as a unifier, but he has done nothing but try to demonize groups of people.

"I think it’s frightening and awful."

Scully’s comments fell in line with a recent poll, where even Democrat believed that Biden made a mistake by going after MAGA Republicans so aggressively.

Issue by issue, voters slammed Biden, especially on such an extreme abortion position and the “handout” student loan bailout that Biden gave.

Democrats have a Senator up for re-election, so if we get lucky, we might just steal Hassan’s seat to make up for one of the battleground seats we will more than likely lose.

If the GOP is going to take back the Senate, it will need a few upsets, and New Hampshire seems like a good place to start.

Source: Fox News

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