WOW.....Biden has floundered so profoundly, that even CNN has stopped cheer leading for him.
" Biden now sports the lowest net economic rating of any president at this point through their first term since at least Jimmy Carter in 1977 "
" Notably, Biden's net rating is worse than his two immediate predecessors, Barack Obama in December 2009 and Donald trump in December 2017. "
While his approval rating is down on a slew of issues, his difficulties are perhaps most noticeable on the economy. Biden now sports the lowest net economic rating of any president at this point through their first term since at least Jimmy Carter in 1977.www.cnn.com
CNN is dumb. They are making a very oddly specific comparison that probably no one cares about.
The overall point is that the economy is stagnant. Well, strap in, folks, because this surge of covid right now coupled with the extreme weather, labor shortages, scarcity of electronics, and everything downstream of those things is going to make things get significantly worse before they get better.
Biden's promises kept versus promises broken ratio, though, for whatever it's worth, doesn't look too bad. However, conservatives don't want most of what he promised and the things liberals wanted most out of those promises are the things most likely to stall, so I don't see it likely that Biden will be very popular by the end of 2022. I could be wrong, though. I've certainly been wrong before, like when I thought that there was little chance Trump would win in 2016, or how I thought that the Russia investigation would likely find nothing...
The two McMichaels in the Ahmaud Arbery murder have been sentenced to life without the possibility of parole plus 20 years. Bryant was given life with the possibility of parole plus ten years.
That's a start. They'll all be facing kidnapping charges next, and then probably federal hate charges, so it's far from over. I'm not sure how involved Bryant was, honestly, so I was a little surprised when he was convicted of murder along with the other two. Early on, it seemed like he was cooperating with authorities and it was pretty unclear which activities he was abetting. If the jury found him guilty of murder, which they did, then the judge did right in going with a life sentence.