1) Let’s Go Brandon is driving the media crazy.
Is it really possible that these people don’t get they’re being trolled? Part of the joke of “Let’s Go Brandon,” of course, is that you couldn’t go five minutes during the last administration without hearing someone in pearls or a bowtie screaming “Fuck Trump!”
The bigger part of the “Let’s Go Brandon!” gag is that such outbursts during the Trump years were not only not condemned, they were celebrated, as pundits and reporters for the first time told us directly profane insults of presidents were okay.
2) Even blue states are rejecting Biden. Selena Zito writes:
The polling in blue Maryland showing Biden losing the heart of the bluest of voters, a place where the chance of a Republican winning here for president is less than zero, is not an outlier. It is happening all across the country in both red and blue states.
The problem for Democrats and Biden is they listen too much to the loudest liberal activist voices in the party and ignore the people who put them in office. Yet, oddly, it appears they are operating as though they are one and the same.
3) Biden makes catastrophic decision on border. Joe Concha writes:
It’s hard to imagine how the Biden administration could more thoroughly mishandle the catastrophe at the border — and Americans know it, despite the major networks and most cable news channels largely ignoring the story. The data say it all: The U.S. is on pace to take more than 2.3 million people into the country this year. That’s more than the populations of Boston, Washington, D.C., and Denver combined. And the numbers just keep going up, not down, despite Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas saying with a straight face that the border is closed.
Vice President Kamala Harris was named “border czar” many months ago. So far, she has barely spoken about her primary job, provided no updates or progress reports about stemming the tide of those crossing and held just one press conference on the crisis.
Perhaps as a result, Biden-Harris is polling at 23 percent approval on its handling of the border.