Joe Biden Has A New Nickname & This One Is Going To Stick Around For A Long Time

President Joe Biden isn’t happy about his new nickname.

Since taking office Biden has been labeled with numerous nicknames like “bare shelves Biden,” “FJB,” “Let’s Go Brandon,” and now we have “Slidin’ Biden.”

The new nickname didn’t take six months of research from a think tank like it did for Biden to come up with “ultra-MAGA.” The insult was so good that conservatives leaned right into it once again embarrassing the White House.

Joe’s new nickname is the result of the latest NBC poll that was buried because the results were devastating to the White House. It showed that Biden’s approval rating is well under 40% and Vice President Kamala Harris is more unpopular than ever. The pair at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave are quickly becoming the rated politicians in the history of the nation.

Ever since the immigration disaster at the international bridge in Texas Biden’s approval numbers has dropped. NBC reported Biden’s approval rating is 37% and Kamala’s is an embarrassing 31%. Just 17% of Americans view Joe “very positively.”

What’s so devastating about the poll is that those numbers were reported after Democrats screamed about a draft ruling from the Supreme Court for a week.

Americans are worried about gas prices, inflation, immigration, and Biden’s strategy in Ukraine.

The Democrats are out of touch.

“$5 dollar gas. No baby formula. Record crime. Record inflation. Border crisis. And what’s Congress doing today? Holding a hearing on UFOs!” Rep. Jim Jordan posted to Facebook and Twitter.

Chuck Todd, host of NBC’s Meet The Press said, “Voter’s views about the economy begin to harden in an election year around May. If that theory holds, Democrats are in some serious trouble right now because in our new NBC News poll, just 16 percent say the country is headed in the right direction while a whopping 75 percent say we’re on the wrong track.”

“In fact, that number has been 70 plus for the last seven months, which in the past has signaled big losses for the governing party,” he concluded.