Things Are So Bad For Biden that a Fed-Up Former Clinton Aide is Now Using “MAGA” Hashtag

It’s only just a month into Biden’s “presidency” and already, he’s losing supporters fast.

There are many who are frustrated by his lack of follow through on the $2,000 stimulus checks he promised during the campaign, student loan debt forgiveness programs that have started to crumble and his executive orders that have killed thousands of American jobs.


But the disappointment goes even beyond that…

For former Clinton advisor and liberal influencer Peter Daou, the straw that’s broke the camels back is the long list of sexual misconduct allegations against him.

Daou recently took to Twitter to vent on his frustrations surrounding Biden’s tarnished image and even used a “MAGA” hashtag to really drive his point home.

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Well if that doesn’t speak volumes on Biden’s current predicament, then I don’t know what will.

The fact is that this man has quite the dark past and it’s only going to become bigger now that he’s president.


And if you weren’t aware, here’s the full rundown of the accusations he’s up against:

From Business Insider

Over the last year, former Vice President Joe Biden has faced scrutiny over his interactions with women, as well as his refusal to apologize for his controversial behavior.

In March 2020, former Senate aide Tara Reade alleged that Biden sexually assaulted her while she worked for his office in 1993. Biden has unequivocally denied assaulting or harassing Reade.

Eight women, including Reade, have accused Biden of touching them inappropriately or invading their personal space in ways that made them feel uncomfortable. Seven of the women said Biden’s behavior did not amount to sexual harassment or assault.

Biden released a two-minute video after the initial allegations were made public in April 2019, but he was criticized for giving what critics deemed a “non-apology apology,” in which he said he would try to do better moving forward. He later said he’s “not sorry for anything that I’ve ever done.”

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March 1, 2021 1:39 pm

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