For much of the 2020 presidential election campaign critics of ex-Vice President Joe Biden were describing him as catering to the extremists in the Democrat Party.
They warned in his attempts to attract enough votes he would be imposing policies and pursuing agendas that were not in alignment with mainstream America. Radical abortion ideas, LGBT agenda points and global warming goals were coming if he won.
The Sun reported weeks ago that Biden was being described in the political world as a “puppet of Nancy Pelosi and ‘far-left Democrats.’”
Then in a recent interview with Paul Bedard’s Washington Secrets column, Donald Trump Jr. explained, “We’re more popular with the base now than we were on Election Day, I think because they realize how bad it is. They realize the tech censorship, which we talked about extensively. They realize that the lies that the media sold them … they realize that they have been played. They realize that they’ve been sold in a bill of goods that was nonsense. Joe Biden’s not the moderate nice guy that they made him out to be. He’s a puppet of the radical Left, and he’s their dream guy because they’ll sign whatever they put in front of them, and he doesn’t know the difference.”
Now a new poll affirms just that.
Rasmussen Reports confirmed that 54% of of respondents to a poll said Biden is, in fact, a “puppet of the left.”
Only 40% disagreed.
“Less than a month after President Joe Biden’s inauguration, most voters believe the Democrat is ‘a puppet of the radical left’ and not the moderate ‘nice guy’ he was portrayed as being during the election campaign,” the poll report said.
“Not only do 82% of Republicans agree with Trump Jr.’s statement, but so do 27% of Democrats and 54% of voters not affiliated with either major party,” the report said.
The data also showed that 49% of likely voters believe the left wing has too much influence over Biden.
The survey contacted 1,000 U.S. Likely Voters Feb. 16-17 and the results have a margin of error of plus or minus three points.
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