Thursday, February 2, 2023
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Kamala Tests COVID Positive, Sets New Record as Most Unpopular Public Figure in Memory

'The bigger question is how can 13.5% of republicans think she is doing a good job? ... '

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) It has been a tough week for Vice President Kamala Harris, even by her own low standards.

The White House announced on Tuesday that the cupcakes and cackles Veep had tested positive for COVID, despite being triple vaxxed and boosted. Officials said Harris had not been in close contact with the aged commander-in-chief and will continue her duties of being set up by white males to fail because of her own incompetence, working remotely and returning to the White House only after testing negative.

Adding insult to injury, Harris set the record for the lowest job-approval rating in living memory, and she barely earned majority support with the Democrat Party’s own voters, according to a Trafalgar Group poll.

Trafalgar polled 1,077 likely voters about the upcoming general election.

The poll’s similarly disastrous results for President Joe Biden indicate that Democrat voters may not feel motivated to vote in the 2022 midterm elections.

Biden garnered a 55.3 percent disapproval rating and a 39.6 percent approval rating. Twenty-two percent of Democrats said they “strongly disapprove” of Biden’s presidency.

More than half of Hispanics disapproved of Biden’s job performance and more than 60 percent of Hispanics disapproved of Harris’s job performance.

And the number of Hispanics who “strongly disapprove” of Harris surpassed that of whites.

Republicans trounced Democrats in the generic ballot question, with 48 percent responding that they plan to vote Republican and 39 percent planning to vote Democrat.

More than 21 percent of Democrats said they plan to vote for a Republican candidate in the general election.

According to the poll, Republicans will beat Democrats in the independent vote 52 to 30. Republicans will also win the Hispanic vote 55 to 38.

Twitter users questioned the poll’s results, especially the conclusion that 13 percent of Republicans approve of Harris’s job performance.

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