Following the rise in gas prices, the increase people are seeing at the checkout line, and just the last 11 months President Joe Biden has been in office, Americans aren’t necessarily happy with the White House and the current path the country is headed.
Although the Democrats and especially President Biden aren’t talking about it, their direct leadership and policies have led America to the brink of another collapse.
And with that in mind, it is easy to see why so many people are chanting “Let’s Go Brandon” as they stress about making ends meet. But while voters are extremely upset with the Biden administration, it appears his approval rating among children, the youth of tomorrow, isn’t that high either.
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In the video below, President Biden is making his rounds, rubbing shoulders with people while not wearing a mask. But that is another article. What makes this moment so interesting is when Biden spots a child. Knowing his fascination with children, Biden tries to connect with the kid, but apparently, she isn’t part of the 36% that approve of him.
As he tries to play with her, the girl practically uses a karate chop to fend off President Biden.
As for users online, one said, “Over and over again, kids, he tries to get close to display that same squirming reaction. They intuitively know something is off. And yet the adults don’t seem to be paying much attention.”
Another user added, “Kids can sense evil. Everyone he tries to touch or kiss is always trying to scramble away.”
And lastly, one user couldn’t help but point out, “Even security is creeped out.”
This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on November 21, 2021. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.
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