Biden Slammed by Americans Across the Country Over Failed Leadership

President Biden continues to get an earful from Americans across the country over his failed leadership and his misplaced priorities.

Fox News reports:

Biden has been hit with fierce criticisms over his handling of Afghanistan, and also after he announced a sweeping vaccine mandate last week requiring employees of companies with more than 100 workers to get vaccinated against the coronavirus or go through weekly testing.

Biden traveled to California on Monday to campaign for Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom’s recall election against Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder and protesters made their presence known.

Critics slammed Biden on social media for going to California while Americans are still stranded in Afghanistan.

Biden also traveled to Idaho on Monday and protesters were out in full force.

AP reports:

More than 1,000 protesters gathered Monday in Boise during a visit by President Joe Biden to rail against his plan to bring the coronavirus pandemic under control, last year’s presidential election and a host of other issues.

Protesters in New York slammed Biden over his vaccine mandate chanting “f**k Joe Biden.”

Over the weekend, chants of “f**k Joe Biden” at college football games trended on social media and continued from the previous weekend.

Last week, Biden was heckled during a trip to New Jersey to view the damage from Hurricane Ida.

The New York Post described the reaction by some New Jersey residents.

President Biden on Tuesday traveled to New York and New Jersey to tour areas struck by deadly flooding from Tropical Storm Ida, but he received a hostile welcome from some North Jersey residents who heckled him and flashed middle fingers.

Americans across the country are fed up with Biden’s failed leadership and his misplaced priorities and these protests aren’t going away anytime soon.

As Tom Borelli Ph.D. said on Newsmax TV, Biden puts politics and power before the people as demonstrated by his trip to California while Americans are stranded in Afghanistan.