Poll Watch: Joe Biden Sinks To New Low

Quinnipiac has Joe Biden as 33.

This is lower than Trump ever got in polling in the wake of 1/6. By that point, the 2020 election was over, not less than four months away. Trump was also much more popular heading into the last three elections. He rebounded as the economy picked up before the 2018 midterms.

The road ahead is entering a recession, Ukraine’s collapse, Monkeypox unlocking pandemic status, Joe hitting lame duck status after losing the House. Let’s not forget Joe’s senility getting worse. He is on track to becoming the most unpopular president since World War II.

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  1. ” . . . Joe’s senility (is) getting worse. He is on track to becoming the most unpopular president since World War II.”

    Good, fuck him. He was a horrible human being from the moment he crawled out of some horse’s ass. His failures may very well discredit the entire Left Wing Establishment which has hit its expiration date anyway.

    Dementia Joe may start a big war with China or Iran before we’re through with the bastard. Either or more likely, both wars at the same time will wreck the country. The U.S. Government, with its diverse, multicultural, GloboHomo, Trans military cannot prevail in a high-tech war against a high-tech opponent. That’s what happens when the military is staffed with affirmative action types. Shaniqua isn’t that good at operating ABM systems in spite of her magnificent twerking skills.

    BTW Drudge had stories today and yesterday about how the Army hasn’t met its recruiting goals this year, it’s cutting troop strength by 28,000 to compensate. The other services are likewise not meeting their recruiting goals either. This of course has no effect upon the U.S. Government’s belligerence and trouble making in the Near East and Asia.

    Perhaps Whites are finally waking up to the fact that the U.S. Government’s beneficial owners want us dead, six feet under. The most loyal subjects of the Empire not showing up for the Empire’s rotten wars will be a game changer if the trend continues.

    Look for the U.S. Government, probably led by Republican “conservatives”, led by Miss Lindsey Graham to call for conscription after the November elections. Fox TV, just like CNN, MSNBC, the WSJ, NYT, WP etc. will be balls out in favor of conscription which they will dishonestly call “National Service”.

  2. Joe Biden remains Jimmy Carter’s favorite President. (And always will.)

    BTW, Joe lying there sprawled over would be the perfect pose for his official portrait for The National Portrait Gallery. With Biden’s portrait hung beside the portrait by Kehinde Wiley of Barrack Obama with a jungle background, the two would complement each other.

  3. Love the image at the top of Booth executing Lincoln. So fitting for all the murders/rapes/etc committed by the Lincoln regime in the North’s destruction of the South. I remember reading where Lincoln was laughing almost uncontrollably at all the stories that Sherman told him of how “thousands of Southern civilians, mostly women, children, old men and slaves, were plundered, tortured, raped, murdered and rendered homeless” on his devastating romp through the South.

    Judges 3: (KJV)
    12) And the children of Israel did evil again in the sight of the LORD: and the LORD strengthened Eglon the king of Moab against Israel, because they had done evil in the sight of the LORD.
    13) And he gathered unto him the children of Ammon and Amalek, and went and smote Israel, and possessed the city of palm trees.
    14) So the children of Israel served Eglon the king of Moab eighteen years.
    15) But when the children of Israel cried unto the LORD, the LORD raised them up a deliverer, Ehud the son of Gera, a Benjamite, a man lefthanded: and by him the children of Israel sent a present unto Eglon the king of Moab.
    16) But Ehud made him a dagger which had two edges, of a cubit length; and he did gird it under his raiment upon his right thigh.
    17) And he brought the present unto Eglon king of Moab: and Eglon was a very fat man.
    18) And when he had made an end to offer the present, he sent away the people that bare the present.
    19) But he himself turned again from the quarries that were by Gilgal, and said, I have a secret errand unto thee, O king: who said, Keep silence. And all that stood by him went out from him.
    20) And Ehud came unto him; and he was sitting in a summer parlour, which he had for himself alone. And Ehud said, I have a message from God unto thee. And he arose out of his seat.
    21) And Ehud put forth his left hand, and took the dagger from his right thigh, and thrust it into his belly:
    22) And the haft also went in after the blade; and the fat closed upon the blade, so that he could not draw the dagger out of his belly; and the dirt came out.

    23) Then Ehud went forth through the porch, and shut the doors of the parlour upon him, and locked them.
    24) When he was gone out, his servants came; and when they saw that, behold, the doors of the parlour were locked, they said, Surely he covereth his feet in his summer chamber.
    25) And they tarried till they were ashamed: and, behold, he opened not the doors of the parlour; therefore they took a key, and opened them: and, behold, their lord was fallen down dead on the earth.
    26) And Ehud escaped while they tarried, and passed beyond the quarries, and escaped unto Seirath.
    27) And it came to pass, when he was come, that he blew a trumpet in the mountain of Ephraim, and the children of Israel went down with him from the mount, and he before them.
    28) And he said unto them, Follow after me: for the LORD hath delivered your enemies the Moabites into your hand. And they went down after him, and took the fords of Jordan toward Moab, and suffered not a man to pass over.
    29) And they slew of Moab at that time about ten thousand men, all lusty, and all men of valour; and there escaped not a man.
    30) So Moab was subdued that day under the hand of Israel. And the land had rest fourscore years.

    Excerpts from an article posted at the Abbeville Institute:

    Yet, the first strategy created by General Winfield Scott at Lincoln’s request and utilized from the commencement of the war targeted non-combatants. The Anaconda plan was created to starve the South into submission, depriving her people not just of arms and munitions, but food and medicine, the essentials of life itself. Thus, the nature of the war that was to be waged against the people of the South was in place from the beginning. All that happened afterward was simply the extension and exacerbation of the already chosen path of total war against every man, woman and child of the Confederacy.

    Lincoln grant’s himself the right to “murder, plunder and pillage under the concept of “military necessity!”

    Much has been made of Lincoln’s General Order 100, also known as the Lieber Code. Most of those who have commented have bestowed upon Lincoln the mantle of the first man to create an “extraordinary code that emerged … to change the course of world history.” And that Lincoln’s Code is the … inspiring story of . the idea that conduct in war can be regulated by law.” But these votaries forget that prior to Lieber there were the codes of Grotius and deVattel that had been taught at West Point and other such institutions and these codes forbade assaults by armies upon noncombatants. Lieber, on the other hand, gave Lincoln what he wanted—something that sounded good but allowed him to murder, plunder and pillage under the concept of “military necessity!” Confederate Secretary of War James Seddon recognized—and denounced—this cunning duplicity, stating that:

    “…a commander under this code may pursue a line of conduct in accordance with principles of justice, faith, and honor, or he may justify conduct correspondent with the barbarous hordes who overran the Roman Empire…”

    Indeed, despite its pretense of “civilized conflict” Lieber openly endorsed the concept of “hard war” by defining it as a struggle not limited to armies and navies. Remember Halleck’s observation that assaults on non-combatants were “coming into general disuse among the most civilized nations.” Are we then to assume that Lieber’s code was written for a nation that was not “civilized?” In Article 21, Lieber states: “The citizen . of a hostile country is thus an enemy.and as such is subjected to the hardships of war.” Article 29 states, “The more vigorously wars are pursued, the better it is for humanity.” One has to wonder how Lieber defined “better” and “humanity.” Finally, he concludes, “The ultimate object of all modern war is a renewed state of peace.” Well, there is nothing more peaceful than the grave.

    Sherman and Sheridan become emboldened.

    In Lieber’s code, necessity always trumped both legality and humanity. Sherman and Sheridan would never have undertaken their atrocities had they followed any of the codes of war taught at the Point under Halleck. Indeed, on August 4, 1863, Sherman wrote to Grant at Vicksburg,

    “The amount of burning, stealing and plundering done by our army makes me ashamed of it. I would rather quit the service if I could, because I fear that we are drifting to the worst sort of vandalism …You and I and every commander must go through the war, justly charged with crimes at which we blush.”

    However, in a later response to a Southerner who called him a barbarian, Sherman said that he, as a commander:

    “may take your house, your fields, your everything, and turn you out helpless to starve. It may be wrong, but that don’t alter the case.”

    Author Otto Eisenschiml, writing less than 20 years after the Nuremberg war crimes trials, asserted that Sherman should have been hanged just as the Nazi war criminals had been hanged! Instead, he was lauded, honored and promoted by a grateful government.

    Some in the Union army and the North were against these barbaric tactics.

    Of course, there were federal officers who objected. Robert Gould Shaw, the commander of the famous black regiment honored in the film Glory, was commanded by a superior officer to burn Darien, Georgia. Shaw later wrote to his wife:

    “for myself, I have gone through the war so far without dishonor, and I do not like to degenerate into a plunderer and robber—and the same applies to every officer in my regiment.”

    Union hero, Joshua Chamberlain, wrote to his sister on December 14th, 1864, after having burned the homes of women and children near Petersburg, Virginia at Grant’s order:

    “I am willing to fight men in arms, but not babes in arms.”

    Union General Don Carlos Buell resigned in protest, writing:

    “I believe that the policy and means with which the war was being prosecuted were discreditable to the nation and a stain on civilization.”

    Even Northern newspapers commented upon such atrocities. One New York paper, referring to Sherman’s “capture” and deportation of 400 young women with their children from Rosewell, Georgia cried:

    “…it is hardly conceivable that an officer bearing a United States commission of Major General should have so far forgotten the commonest dictates of decency and humanity… as to drive four hundred penniless girls hundreds of miles away from their homes and friends to seek their livelihood amid strange and hostile people. We repeat our earnest hope that further information may redeem the name of General Sherman and our own from this frightful disgrace.”

    Many of the women were raped by their soldier captors during their journey to Marietta after which they and their children were imprisoned, starved, mistreated and then sent North without subsistence. Not one of these poor unfortunates ever returned home after the war, an act more savage than Wounded Knee.

    “Prototype of modern total war”

    Indeed, distinguished military historian B. H. Liddell observed that the code of civilized warfare which had ruled Europe for over two hundred years was first broken by Lincoln’s policy of directing the destruction of civilian life in the South. On this matter, Liddell wrote “This policy was in many ways the prototype of modern total war.”

    Neither was Lincoln ignorant of his armies’ atrocities. In his memoirs Sherman wrote that at a meeting with Lincoln after his March, the President was eager to hear the stories of how thousands of Southern civilians, mostly women, children, old men and slaves, were plundered, tortured, raped, murdered and rendered homeless. According to Sherman, the President laughed almost uncontrollably at these narratives. Sherman’s biographer Lee Kennett, concluded that had the Confederates won the war, they would have been:

    “justified in stringing up President Lincoln and the entire Union high command for violations of the laws of war, specifically for waging war against noncombatants.”

    It had always been Lincoln’s strategy not only to defeat the South but to destroy both the culture and the will of the people by targeting civilians. Under the concept of “military necessity,” Lincoln’s new code of war allowed him to do whatever was required to achieve that end and his commanders followed suit. Even General Halleck author of General Order 12, abandoned his concern for civilization. Ulysses Grant decided after the Battle of Shiloh in April of 1862, that the only strategy possible was to annihilate the South. Writing to Sheridan and Sherman, Grant stated,

    “We are not only fighting hostile armies, but a hostile people and we must make old and young, rich and poor feel the hard hand of war.”

    Contrast this strategy with Robert E. Lee’s General Order 73 issued during his campaign into Pennsylvania:

    The commanding general considers that no greater disgrace could befall the army, and through it our whole people, than the perpetration of the barbarous outrages upon the unarmed, and defenseless and the wanton destruction of private property that have marked the course of the enemy in our own country. Such proceedings not only degrade the perpetrators and all connected with them, but are subversive of the discipline and efficiency of the army, and destructive of the ends of our present movement.

    It must be remembered that we make war only upon armed men, and that we cannot take vengeance for the wrongs our people have suffered without lowering ourselves in the eyes of all whose abhorrence has been excited by the atrocities of our enemies, and offending against Him to whom vengeance belongeth, without whose favor and support our efforts must all prove in vain.

    The commanding general therefore earnestly exhorts the troops to abstain with most scrupulous care from unnecessary or wanton injury to private property, and he enjoins upon all officers to arrest and bring to summary punishment all who shall in any way offend against the orders on this subject.”

    But holy wars are vicious. The enemy is not a man or a woman or a child or a neighbor or a brother— but an apostate, a blasphemer, an infidel—and as such, is worthy of no less than death—and even annihilation! That is why Lincoln, his government and his military waged bloody jihad from April of 1861 to April of 1865. Had the war gone on longer, the people of the South might well have been reduced to the conditions of the Cheyenne, the Apache and the Lakota Sioux. Certainly, Generals Sherman and Sheridan and their leader Abraham Lincoln would have shed no tears for their plight…
    — Abbeville Institute,”Lincoln’s Total War”, Valerie Protopapas, 09/28/2021.

  4. Dear 12AX7- “Perhaps Whites are finally waking up to the fact that the U.S.Government’s beneficial owners want us dead, six feet under.”-right on- the Sons of Israel like nothing more than having 2 white nations- Ukraine and Russia- killing one another off- their wet dream is for America and NATO to get involved and make the whole thing go nuclear- ‘Oy Vey!”. Their nightmare would be for Iran and Israel to get into a nuclear war, without drawing either the U.S or Russia.

  5. Your regular reminder that you are supposed to believe this idiot got 81 million votes (a record number) because White urban SWPLs got panicky over covid and voted (by mail in ballot…of course), and this is all perfectly above board and makes total sense.

    • I don’t see why it is so hard to believe.

      The suburbs moved away from the GOP in 2018 and 2020. The polls show that White college educated voters are poised to do it again in the midterms

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