Many people are still trying to figure out what Biden and his team were thinking when they decided to make him look like a cartoonish dictator in his ‘Soul of the Nation’ speech in Philadelphia.
Of course, Biden made it even worse with his menacing tone and body language.
The polling outfit Rasmussen Reports is now suggesting the speech was a major dud with Independents and swing voters. Rasmussen dubbed the speech the ‘Red Sermon’ which is just *chef’s kiss* perfect.
They also gave a sort of shout-out to conservative activist Scott Presler who has worked hard to register Republican voters in multiple states.
Reader Alert For Monday:
The Red Sermon Flops With Independent / Swing Voters.
Sometimes it’s best to wait a bit before surveying. That certainly was important here. This is a backfire.
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) September 8, 2022
Here are some reactions.
“The Red Sermon.” Perfect. https://t.co/uvJkbDR20O
— John Ocasio-Rodham Nolte (@NolteNC) September 8, 2022
It really is the perfect name for the speech.
As I predicted.
Not that it was a particularly tough call to make… https://t.co/GfOAD4T8x5
— My pronouns: record/inflation (@DwightKSchruteA) September 8, 2022
81 million votes tho
— Mr M (@RMTXLogos) September 8, 2022
The Biden evil Red Speech should have done more than “flop” with swing voters; it should have scared them to death. #RedSpeech
— 🇺🇸2022=🇩🇪1933 Liberty 6% 💎 (@tap_gary) September 8, 2022
Biden’s divisive speech backfires https://t.co/bHiVWaMFVA
— PollWatch (@PollWatch2020) September 8, 2022
People were happy for Scott Presler.
There is only one @ScottPresler!
— Grace (@GraceStrength) September 8, 2022
There’s no one like Scott Pressler! ❤️
— Ree Biden Cession😍🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸❤️❤️❤️ (@AddyHicks) September 8, 2022
Wow Scott! Congratulations on the name drop! You earned it! ☺️🎉
— Jewel_K (@jewel_k22) September 8, 2022
— Scott from AZ (@sfog0527) September 8, 2022
Biden will be remembered for this speech and not in a good way.
It looks like voters may remind him of that in November.