The midterm elections are coming up in November, and President Biden’s approval rating continues to be dismal. Meanwhile, inflation remains high, the price of gas continues to spike and people are flowing illegally across the southern border basically at the invitation of the Biden administration. But according to MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough, what happens in the November elections will not be a referendum on Biden’s performance (or lack thereof), but rather on Republicans:

If that’s the case there’s a very good chance Scarborough’s going to be incredibly upset by what happens in November.

It’s too bad we can’t harness the power of gaslighting, because our energy problems would be things of the past.

We’ll know something great happened for the country if there’s a colossal meltdown happening on MSNBC (not to mention CNN) on election night this November.

Stay tuned!



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