The real Biden is too cognitively impaired to carry out duties of the office he was selected, not elected, to hold.
When appearing in public, a White House imposter reads or paraphrases lines scripted for him to recite, along with using cheat sheet notes to answer questions.
Time and again, gaffe-filled responses follow — by the most pathetic example of imitation leadership in US history.
According to the latest Quinnipiac poll results, only 33% of respondents approve of how the fake JB is handling things.
Only 32% approve of how the US economy is being handled under his imitation leadership, the real thing nowhere in sight.
At a time of soaring inflation at 16.8% year-over-year — not the phony official 8.6% number — 69% of respondents blamed the White House for increasingly unaffordable goods and services.
High inflation benefits monied interests by transferring wealth from ordinary people to privileged ones.
Economist John Maynard Keynes explained it this way, saying:
There’s “no surer means of overturning the basis of existing society than to debauch the currency” by inflating it.
According to analyst Doug Casey:
“(I)nflation is (the) expropriation (wealth) by fraud.”
Analyst Nick Giambruno calls inflation a political phenomenon caused by central bank money printing madness.
The Fed, European Central Bank, Bank of England, Bank for International Settlements and other key central banks support theft of money from ordinary people through inflation for redirection to politically connected wealth, power and privileged interests.
The Fed isn’t federal and has no reserves.
It’s a private banking cartel owned by its major bank members in 12 Fed districts.
As long as bankers control the nation’s money, cycles of boom, bust, inflation, deflation, instability and crisis persist.
US President John Adams once said:
“There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation.”
“One is by the sword. The other is by debt.”
Rothschild banking family’s Nathan Rothschild once said that he didn’t give a hoot who served as Britain’s political rulers, only who controlled the nation’s money.
Its control includes the power to create unlimited amounts more.
If public banks replaced privately owned ones, stable, sustainable, inflation-free economic growth could be generated.
Today’s system throughout the West and elsewhere benefits the privileged few at the expense of the great majority — what Giambruno called “a swindle of (epic) proportions.”
If governance throughout the US/West and elsewhere served people equitably, peace would replace forever wars.
Economic conditions would lift all boats, not yachts exclusively.
The latest Quinnipiac poll also found that a majority of respondents disapprove of how the Biden regime is dealing with Russia’s SMO in Ukraine and Donbass — 51% disapproving to 40% the other way around.
At a time of rampant gun-related violence in the US, only 31% of respondents approve of how the White House is responding to the issue, 57% disapproving.
Ahead of Roe v. Wade’s reversal by the Supreme Court on June 24, 61% of respondents expressed support for the landmark 1973 ruling v. 33% opposed.
On what happened on Capitol Hill on January 6, 2021, 64% of respondents believe things were planned, not spontaneous, compared to 30% believing otherwise.
The anti-Trump false flag was all about empowering the selected, not elected, Biden/Harris regime.
There’s plenty to blame DJT for during his time in office — not what he and his supporters had nothing to do with on Capitol Hill in January 2021 to smear him for the wrong reasons, ignoring legitimate ones.
On efforts by Trump to reverse election theft by undemocratic Dems, Quinnipiac respondents were equally divided on whether he acted lawfully or otherwise — 47% saying the former to 46% believing the latter.
Yet around 6 in 10 respondents think that Trump bore a lot (41%) or some responsibility (18%) for what happened on Jan. 6, 2021.
The vast majority of Americans know little or nothing about dirty hands of undemocratic Dems behind what happened — with MSM support of what demanded exposure and condemnation.
On the threat of extremism, 77% of respondents believe what exists internally poses a greater threat to the nation than what’s abroad.
Quinnipiac University pollsters interviewed 1,524 US adults (including 1,357 registered voters) from June 17 – 20.
The survey has a margin of error of + or – 2.5%.