Biden Says People Are Getting Inaccurate Information About Approval Ratings

    DETROIT, MI - NOVEMBER 17: U.S. President Joe Biden speaks at the General Motors Factory ZERO electric vehicle assembly plant on November 17, 2021 in Detroit, Michigan. Biden was in town to tout the benefits of the infrastructure bill he signed two days ago that allocates $1 trillion for, among other things, adding electric vehicle charging stations around the country as companies like GM retool away from the internal combustion engine. (Photo by Nic Antaya/Getty Images)

    President Joe Biden stated recently that part of his low approval ratings was due to people getting so much inaccurate information to them. He said they are being told that Armageddon is coming when the truth is that the economy is growing faster than ever in 60 years.” Biden stated that people are also worried about coronavirus and admitted that inflation is occurring in certain areas.

    Biden stated that they’ve been in office for less than a year and that a lot has been accomplished. He said people are receiving so much incorrect information and that the unemployment rate is now at 4.2%. He said he believes it will drop further and that it’s not unusual to see gasoline at $3.50 when you go to a gas station. He said he has taken 50 million barrels from [the Strategic Petroleum Reserve] and the gasoline has fallen below $3 in many places.

    He said that people are concerned, and they’re concerned about whether or not their brother, sister, uncle, aunt, or cousin has COVID. They don’t know how to deal with it. There’s a lot of anxiety. He said his job is to tell people the truth, to show them how he can make their lives easier, and to shoot straight from the shoulder.