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Biden Voters Finally Start to Show Remorse: ‘I Screwed Myself’

'He’s not helping the poor. I’m the poor and I’m getting poorer... '

(Pamela Cosel, Headline USA)  Little did those who voted in 2020 for Joe Biden expect a future rife with record-high gas prices, soaring inflation at its worst in 40 years and a laser focus on far-Left agendas that has little to do with everyday Americans’ lives.

Remorse is hitting Biden voters hard, especially in their pocketbooks. Many lamented that this is not what they voted for when they wanted former President Donald Trump out of office. Recently some diverse voters were asked about any regrets for choosing Biden.

A transgender woman, a black man and a homeless mother were interviewed by Fox News and all expressed disdain for Biden.

“I feel like I’ve been lied to by the media telling us Biden is the answer to all the country’s problems,” said Mikaela Stekly, a homeless mother.

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“That’s what I saw him as when I voted for him. He’s not helping the poor. I’m the poor and I’m getting poorer. I can barely afford to eat. Groceries are expensive. Gas is expensive.”

Her 6-year-old son has to live with her parents, and she sleeps in her car at night, she told FOX News.

“It used to be easier, but of course I voted for Biden, so I screwed myself,” Stekly said.

Chris McCullough, a black father and lifelong Democrat, also regretted his vote for Biden.

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“I was programmed, in a sense, with that Democratic-savior type of situation,” he told FOX News via BPR.

“I thought that Republicans weren’t for people of color – they were just for rich white people. That’s the way the media portrays it to be. I found out that that’s the furthest thing from the truth. I found out the hard way, unfortunately, that Biden isn’t who he says he is.”

In just four short months, Republicans should reap the benefits of Biden voters’ remorse, likely taking seats away from those politicians who fooled them last time.

 

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