Since Joe Biden has been in office, his press conferences have not exactly set the world on fire.
This is a major contrast to Trump’s presidency, where the media set the world on fire every time he looked at them cross-eyed.
Biden’s strategy from the outset was to portray a much calmer atmosphere, but he is quickly losing voters’ interest.
So much so, the New York Times and other outlets are now trying to sell “boring” as a good thing.
Does Boring Work?
Nobody can deny the excitement and commitment Trump generated from his supporters.
He is one of the few presidents in this country’s history that evoked rock-star status when he made public appearances.
Before I really get into this, watch this segment on Fox News and listen to how a journalist from The Atlantic tries to sell this…
To address one point he made regarding the polling, that is NOT what people are saying.
Biden is getting bad scores across the board on everything but the pandemic, which is actually saving his approval rating right now.
With the Delta variant starting to increase positivity rates, do not expect that to hold much longer.
Biden is already starting to go underwater in some polls, and I suspect that he will be under 50 percent in most by the fall.
Now, back to the point of selling boring…
Doing a quick search of NY Times headlines on Biden, three times in the last week or so, the NYT has pushed boring as a good thing, but they are dead wrong.
Biden is trying to sell a lot of partisan legislation to the American people right now with some rather large price tags.
If he cannot get people excited about that legislation, how will he ever get their support?
Compare the liberal chatter about infrastructure to the “build the wall” movement that Trump started and you can see there is simply no comparison to the enthusiasm backing the current resident in the White House.
Nobody likes boring, even after four years of Trump, so Biden better change gears fast or that red wave I keep predicting in 2022 could quickly rise to tsunami levels.
On second thought, stay boring, Joe, because it plays right into our hands.
Source: Fox News