President Joe Biden might be able to claim he defeated former President Donald Trump in the 2020 election, but since then, there hasn’t been much to brag about. Claiming to be the President who would unify the country and defeat the coronavirus, Biden is now in his second year in the White House and America is extremely divided and COVID-19 still circulates the globe. To make matters even worse for the Democrats, the 2022 midterm elections are favored heavily for the GOP. But while polls predict a dreadful midterms for the left, news outlets like CBS wanted to ask voters how they felt, and needless to say, it didn’t favor Biden. 

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Hosting a panel of six voters, some for and some against Biden, host Margaret Brennan asked, “During the course of the pandemic, ‘Face the Nation’ has been listening to Americans, through Zoom, to get their thoughts on COVID, the economy and how the government is handling it all. On Friday, we checked back in with six of them. Who feels like we are in a better place now than we were a year ago?”

Although Brennan was shocked, the video above showed every participant on the panel say “no.”

Acting as if she heard wrong, Brennan asked again, “No one believes we are in a better spot?”

One of the voters, Beth, who is an independent, stated, “I just don’t understand. I thought this is going to be a president for the people of the people.”

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