Jim Jordan: Biden: GOP Will Take Back the House in 2022
‘Has Not Done One Thing Right’
Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH) said the Republican Party would win back the House in the 2022 midterm elections because Joe Biden had “not done one thing right."
During FNC’s “FOX News Primetime," guest host Tammy Bruce said:
“What is your message to the American people as we deal with the unfolding disaster of the Biden administration?”
“Well, yeah, defend anyone who gets attacked. These people running for school board because they are fed up with Marxist ideology called Critical Race Theory."
"Defend those people. Help those people help them get elected — any elected official fighting back defend us."
"Help us — any private citizen who stands up to the cancel culture mom, make sure you come to their defense if we all rally around the principles that make our country special that made us the greatest nation ever."
"If we all do that, we will be fine. I think Americans are waking up.”
“We had 13 service members killed. We had Americans left behind."
"Allies left behind, billions of dollars of equipment and weapons left behind, a border in chaos, an economy that’s not growing like it should, crime surging in every major area, and attacks on our First Amendment liberty.”
“Americans are waking up, and they are going to push back."
"I think we are going to reassert ourselves and take elect the right kind of people next year and take back the House.”
“The American people, I think, get it."
"This administration has not done one thing right. Everything is a disaster, and the American people understand it.”
Neon Nettle reported earlier that one in five American voters revealed they regret voting for Biden, according to a new Zogby poll.
The poll was taken before Biden's catastrophic Afghanistan withdrawal, which handed a victory to the Taliban, leaving hundreds of Americans stranded and 13 U.S. services members dead.
76 percent of the respondents said they don't regret voting for Biden, while four percent said they were “unsure.”
The 20 percent who regretted voting for Biden did not say whether they would have voted for President Donald Trump instead.