YIKES: Biden Got More Views Falling Down The Stairs Than Speaking To Congress

Last night, former Vice President Joe Biden gave a divisive speech to Congress where he slandered Trump supporters as ‘terrorists’ who conducted an ‘insurrection’ on January 6th. Instead of working to heal the nation, he did everything he could to tear us apart even more.

However, as fate would have it, very few people tuned in to watch the senile old man deliver remarks that were written for him by a staffer.

The ratings have come out, and they’re bad. Only 11 million people tuned in to watch Sleepy Joe speak last night. For perspective, President Trump’s *lowest* rated speech got a whopping 37 million views…well over 3 times the amount that Joe Biden received.

What makes last nights viewership total even more embarassing is that Biden’s tumble down the stairs of Air Force One a few months ago got more views than his speech to the nation. Yes, really.

Here’s the tweet from Caleb Hull, showing proof that his video of Biden stumbling on the stairs got 16 million views while Biden’s “Joint Address” to Congress only pulled in 11 million:

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Here are the screenshots:

As Kyle Becker points out, even CNN’s audience didn’t like Joe’s speech:

Joe Biden waited nearly 100 days to deliver a Joint Address to Congress. The results for Biden’s prime-time address are in — and they don’t even come close to stacking up to his presidential predecessors.

CNN polled the viewers of the address and they gave Biden a “very positive” reaction at a clip that was far below recent presidents. Including Donald Trump.

“The 51% who had a very positive reaction to Biden’s speech is a bit more muted than reaction to the first address from other recent presidents,”about the poll. “Barack Obama had the strongest first outing of the last four presidents, with 68% saying they had a very positive reaction to his speech, and George W. Bush in 2001 earned a similar 66% very positive. Fewer — 57% — had a very positive reaction to Donald Trump’s 2017 address.”

You read that right: The “great unifier” Biden, whom we are told got massive, unprecedented turnout in the 2020 election, was unable to move even a liberal audience to feel “very positive” about his address. Donald Trump, whom the media spent over a year vilifying before his 2017 address, provoked significantly more “very positive” reaction.

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