Biden Has Another New Nickname & This One Isn’t Going Away Anytime Soon

President Joe Biden has a new nickname, and it wasn't developed after six months of research; conservatives are smarter than that.

For those who don't know, the slur "Ultra-MAGA," which is now being embraced by conservatives, took the White House six months of research.

It started with "bare shelves Biden," followed by "FJB," "Let's Go Brandon," and now "Slidin' Biden."

The new nickname is the result of an NBC poll that was hidden since it was a slap in the face to the administration. According to the new poll, Biden's approval rating is below 40%, while Vice President Kamala Harris' approval rating is also at an all-time low.

Biden's approval ratings have been declining since the summer of 2021. According to NBC, Biden has a 37 percent job approval rating, while Kamala has a pitiful 31 percent. Only 17% of Americans think of Joe "very positively."

Remember, this is after the SCOTUS leak and a week of left-wing culture war antics.

The economy, inflation, immigration, and Joe's handling of Ukraine are all causing concern among Americans.

During a segment on NBC’s “Meet the Press” host, Chuck Todd said, “Voters views about the economy begin to harden in an election year around May. If that theory holds, Democrats are in some serious trouble right now because in our new NBC News poll, just 16 percent say the country is headed in the right direction while a whopping 75 percent say we’re on the wrong track.”

“In fact, that number has been 70 plus for the last seven months, which in the past has signaled big losses for the governing party,” he added.

“It is a flashing red light when you see a number like this,” said Republican pollster Bill McInturff of Public Opinion Strategies, who worked on the survey with Democratic pollster Jeff Horwitt of Hart Research Associates.

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