The White House Just Turned on Congressional Dems
It is common knowledge that people will point the finger of blame at President Joe Biden no matter the outcome of the midterm elections. The vast majority of voters intend to cast their ballots so that they can convey their feelings toward the existing administration. And taking into account that Joe Biden has a pretty dismal approval rating, the comments that voters make won’t be helpful for the left.
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However, it does not appear that the White House is eager to assume full responsibility for the situation. It would appear that the administration is already making efforts to put some distance between itself and the Democrat-controlled Congress. Ashish Jha, who serves as the coordinator for COVID-19 during the Biden administration, was recently questioned on a lack of readiness for winter cases. Instead of acknowledging his role in the disaster, he laid the blame at Congress’s feet.
What a heartbreaking way to end things! As the winter cold and flu season approach, the COVID-19 czar for Biden lashed out at Congress for failing to give funding for personal protective equipment PPE, and testing. He was quick to point the finger at Congress when the media questioned him about the White House’s decision to provide funding for only some of the available vaccines and treatments.
Jha asserted that the administration was forced to settle on very difficult choices with reference to the preparation for COVID. All of this, he believes, is due to Congress having “failed” to provide sufficient financing for activities such as testing and masks.
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Ashish? You are aware, aren’t you, that Democrats hold the majority of seats in Congress, right? If you blame the failure on Congress, you are blaming Biden’s own party for the failure to approve legislation that would have provided sufficient financing for the COVID provisions.
However, it would appear that Jha is aware of what he is doing. In November, voters are likely going to deliver a devastating blow to Democrats. They are on the verge of losing their majority in the House of Representatives, and possibly in the Senate as well. And everything will be blamed on Biden, who is objectively the worst president our country has ever had.
Therefore, members of his administration, which is failing, are attempting to shift some of the blame for the situation onto Congress. When the Democrats suffer a significant defeat, Biden’s team will be able to point to these instances and say, Hey, don’t blame Joe. The Democrats repeatedly fell short of doing their jobs properly.
There has been a lot of talk about a Civil War that is taking place within the party, specifically between moderates and progressives. It would appear that a war is about to break out between the White House and Congress at this point.