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Failing Presidency- Joe Biden Suffered Huge Setbacks On Thursday

On Thursday President Biden’s handlers sent him to Capitol Hill to meet with Democratic Senators hoping to convince four of them to join their peers supporting the end of the filibuster.

In addition, the Biden administration was monitoring the Supreme Court to see if they ruled on the Constitutionality of his OSHA vaccine mandate for businesses with over 100 employees.

Well, Joe got answers to his questions, plus some, which resulted in tremendous setbacks to his agenda in a 24-hour period.

Biden’s met with Democrat senators for lunch to speak about terminating the filibuster. But as he did so, Sens. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) and Joe Manchin (D-WV) once again confirmed they will not support the effort in public statements.

Standing in the Capitol building, Biden promised he will continue to fight to kill the filibuster.

“I don’t know that we can get it done, but I know one thing: As long as I have a breath in me, as long as I’m in the White House, as long as I’m engaged at all, I’m going to be fighting to change the way these legislatures have moving,” he said.

The White House also responded to the survival of the filibuster by hosting Manchin and Sinema for dinner at the White House. Yet it seems the senators again thwarted Biden’s agenda with a “respectful” conversation.

“The President hosted Senator Manchin and Senator Sinema at the White House tonight for a candid and respectful exchange of views about voting rights,” the statement read.
Democrats Election Bill DOA With Filibuster Upheld

With the 60 vote threshold surviving assault, Biden’s plan to destroy election integrity was subsequently killed.

Speaking with reporters, Biden again promised he will continue to federalize elections until he succeeded but acknowledged he may not deliver on his promise.

“Like every other major civil rights bill that came along, if we miss the first time, we can come back and try it a second time. the president said. We missed this time.”

“The honest to God answer is I don’t know whether we can get this done,” Biden continued. “As long as I’m in the White House, as long as I’m engaged at all, I’m going to be fighting.”

Supreme Court Blocks OSHA Vaccine Mandate

The Supreme Court ruled against Biden’s OSHA mandate. In a 6-3 decision, the Court ruled Biden’s vaccine mandate for workers employed with companies employing 100 or more workers is unconstitutional.

Biden said the ruling disappointed him and believed the mandate was “grounded in both science and the law.”

“I am disappointed that the Supreme Court has chosen to block common-sense life-saving requirements for employees at large businesses that were grounded squarely in both science and the law,” Biden said.

White House chief of staff Ron Klain excused the failed vaccine mandate strategy as only intended to persuade the unvaccinated to get the jab.

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