BREAKING: Joe Biden Forced To BEG – It’s Confirmed

President Joe Biden was just forced to beg. It has been confirmed — the news is public and millions of people see now that he is ineffective.

According to Breitbart News, Biden “plans to meet with Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) on Monday to discuss his support for a more limited infrastructure plan that can earn bipartisan support.”

Due to the 50/50 partisan split in the Senate, Manchin continues to be a key vote for Biden — but this is a self-inflicted wound for the president. His begging reveals a major weakness.

Instead of originally proposing a workable, bipartisan infrastructure bill, Biden came out swinging with a completely unrealistic proposal that had little to do with infrastructure.

It was another bill chock-full of far-left wishlist items. Manchin, a conservative-leaning Democrat — one of the very few left in Congress — doesn’t want to play under these conditions.

“What we think the greatest need we have now, that can be done in a bipartisan way, is conventional infrastructure,” said Manchin recently. “Water, sewer, roads, bridges, internet — things that we know need to be repaired, be fixed.”

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4 Responses

  1. Stay with it Manchin. You too Simina. We need to defeat this unruly bill. By the way, I still haven’t heard from one person that voted for Biden to tell me how they think things are going. But I finally figured out why. There were no real people that voted for Biden, the votes were all fraud.

    1. Little by little the fraud is coming out.I ask God at this time to bring it all into the light.

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