Americans are paying closer attention to politics and making decisions about who they will vote for as the midterm elections approach.
High-profile appearances and comments are being planned and made as both parties fight for votes.
Reports that Pennsylvania, a swing state, showed low numbers for Biden surfaced this past July. Morning Consult showed that along with Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin, “only 2 in 5 voters approved of Biden’s job performance, down by double digits after nearly uniform declines that started in the third quarter of 2021. The latest data based on responses gathered April 1 – June 30 in all 50 states suggests Democrats face a tougher environment than the GOP did in 2018 when it would go on to lose 40 House seats but add Senate seats…
Last week Reuters reported that a poll completed on Tuesday showed that 55% of Americans disapprove of the president. ” The president’s sagging popularity, which drifted as low as 36% in May and June, has weighed on his party’s chances in November. Republicans are favored to win the House of Representatives, though experts say Democrats have a better chance of keeping the Senate.”
“This week’s poll showed about a third of Americans, including one in five Democrats and two in five Republicans, saw the economy as the most important problem facing the country,” according to Reuters.
Despite the small audience, one would assume that one would always be greeted warmly while making an appearance in one’s home state, but unfortunately, this enthusiasm is dwindling.
Both the president and Jill Biden are ardent Eagles supporters. The Eagles are technically the home team of the First Lady because she was raised in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. The duo has previously been at Eagles games.
The current president was present at Super Bowl LII at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, where the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Tom Brady-led New England Patriots to win their first championship.
In May 2021, the president praised Eagles supporters. At the time, Biden declared, “Philadelphia supporters are the most knowledgeable and annoying fans in the world.
Those words seem to have prophetic potential.”
In week 6 of the professional games, the Philadelphia Eagles, who were still unbeaten, were set to fight off NFC rival Dallas Cowboys’ comeback attempt. As the two teams squared off at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, tensions were high. The occasion was attended by the President and First Lady.
A stadium full of Eagles fans booed Jill Biden tonight, they must all be from the 5 surrounding counties.
— PhillyGodfather ® Sports Bettor (@phillygodfather) October 17, 2022
Philly just BOO’d Jill Biden BAD. 😂 #FlyEaglesFly
— Clay Harbor (@clayharbs82) October 17, 2022
A source inside Lincoln Financial Field has informed me that Jill Biden was just mercilessly booed by Eagles fans when they put her on the screen 😂😂#FlyEaglesFly
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) October 17, 2022
@twitter doing its best to #suppress #JillBiden being boo'd at the #Eagles game… 81 million votes though! in a bright blue #DemocratPlantation #Philadelphia & getting boo'd… tell me with a straight face that bidAn got 81 million votes #Hysterical
— Hercules Master (@TheeHerc) October 17, 2022
Eagles fans just booed Jill Biden when she appeared on screen at Lincoln Financial Field.
Why did Jill think regular Americans would applaud her when she’s helping Joe destroy the US economy?
— Paul A. Szypula (@Bubblebathgirl) October 17, 2022
The twitter police are working overtime trying to suppress any video of Jill Biden getting boo’ed at the eagles game
— Ultra MAGA Patriot (@FreedomTweets7) October 17, 2022
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
First lady Jill Biden was an honorary captain for the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Biden led fans in a rendition of “Fly Eagles Fly,” was on hand for the coin toss and was seen talking to Philadelphia 76ers star Joel Embiid. She participated in the coin toss… CONTINUE READING…