Tesla CEO Elon Musk continues to speak out on matters of American politics.
Musk’s comments are giving leftists heartburn.
And now Elon Musk called out Joe Biden for making this one giant mistake.
A brand-new Monmouth University poll shows Joe Biden’s approval rating at 39 percent.
Biden’s sagging job approval numbers are directly correlated to that same poll showing Republicans holding a seven-point lead over Democrats on the question of which party voters plan to support in the November elections.
Joe Biden entered office with the RealClearPolitics polling average showing Biden at 55 percent approval ratings.
By August, Joe Biden’s approval ratings were underwater and never recovered.
No President in history lost more support quicker than Joe Biden.
Elon Musk tweeted that Biden’s failure stemmed from the fact that Biden entered office with grand plans to transform America into a socialist nation.
Biden’s mistake is that he thinks he was elected to transform the country, but actually everyone just wanted less drama
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 12, 2022
Last March, Axios reported that Biden met at the White House with a group of left-wing historians where Biden and the academics hashed out a scenario where Joe Biden would be the modern FDR ushering in a sweeping expansion of government that would never be reversed.
Hosting historians around a long table in the East Room earlier this month, President Biden took notes in a black book as they discussed some of his most admired predecessors. Then he said to Doris Kearns Goodwin: “I’m no FDR, but . . .”
Why it matters: He’d like to be. The March 2 session, which the White House kept under wraps, reflects Biden’s determination to be one of the most consequential presidents.
The chatty, two-hour-plus meeting is a for-the-history-books marker of the think-big, go-big mentality that pervades his West Wing.
But like Musk pointed out – and these supposed “historians” forgot – was the fact that FDR took office in 1933 holding massive Congressional majorities.
By contrast, the Senate is evenly split 50/50 between the parties and Democrats hold their narrowest Congressional majority since World War II.
In the 2020 election, the American people did not vote for a socialist revolution as evidenced by the fact that Republicans won every tossup race in the House of Representatives and gained double digit seats.
Donald Trump also received nearly 75,000,000 votes, the most ever for an incumbent President.
Joe Biden ignored all of these facts and instead tried to jam trillions of dollars of new spending through Congress on his socialist wish list.
But Biden’s FDR-style agenda failed because he lacked FDR-era majorities in Congress.
And now Democrats are set to pay the political price in November.
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