Three You May Have Missed: Biden’s Polling, MAGA Trolling, and Fauci … We Hate Him So Much

There are only so many hours in the day for you to read about the wheels falling off the planet. We get it. Courtney and I are happy you make as much time to listen to us rant and rave as you do. Sometimes stories get missed. Other times, Facebook does Facebook things and you may not even see the stories. Occasionally, you get distracted by a dog wearing a sombrero.

Here are three stories you may have missed this week as you’ve been living your lives:

Joe Biden’s Job Approval Numbers Are Sinking Like the Titanic

You’ll notice the most consistent slip in approval and rise in disapproval toward the end of August. That’s likely due to the abject failure that was the Afghanistan pullout. The administration was hoping everyone would forget Afghanistan by now, since Biden moved on to turning the Constitution into confetti so he could cope with his frustration by throwing it at the “unvaccinated” causing the pandemic. Doesn’t look like the strategy has worked.

Controversial (and Hilarious) Billboard Accuses Joe Biden of Making the Taliban Great Again

As far as billboards go, it’s decent. It has a compelling message and the caricature is on point. I give it an 8/10. It’s not a 10/10 like the billboard that imagined Biden and Kamala Harris as actual piles of poop. The poop is what puts that one over the edge.

Who’s responsible for the Joe Biden Taliban billboard over I-83 in York County?

Anthony Fauci Now Says if You Want to Fly, You Should Get Vaccinated

This slope isn’t just slippery, it’s sopping wet. Surely plenty of people are getting sick and tired of people like me going on and on about how we need to stop complying and if we hadn’t complied all the way back in February or March 2020, then we wouldn’t be in this mess. But that’s where we are. People are being forced out of life unless they put something into their bodies the government is mandating.

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