Hard to believe allowing an invasion of our Southern border is polling badly for the failed president, huh? He’s pretty much polling poorly on every issue imaginable, which explain his desperation to make pretend impeachment a talking point for what few supporters he has left.
Immigration has emerged as perhaps President Obama’s worst issue — definitely for today, and maybe of his entire presidency — when it comes to public perception.
A new poll from AP-GfK shows more than two-thirds of Americans (68 percent) disapprove of Obama’s handling of the immigration issue in general. Just 31 percent approve — down from 38 percent two months ago.
When you separate those most passionate about the issue, the difference is even more stark, with 57 percent opposed and just 18 percent in favor. That’s more than three-to-one.
We tried to find an issue on which Obama has earned such poor marks, at any point in his presidency. And even on what was long his worst issue, the economy, his disapproval rating rarely peaked over 60 percent.
When it came to the Veterans Affairs scandal — a tough political issue if there ever was one — Obama’s disapproval peaked at 63 percent in Gallup polling.
If the media actually gave some of his other scandals attention — the IRS and Benghazi come to mind — it’s quite possible those would actually reach such low numbers. But those are phony scandals or something. Things have gotten so bad it’s left the angry left sputtering and lashing out wildly in embarrassing fashion:
— Media Matters (@mmfa) July 30, 2014
Obviouslt the Media Matters clowns aren’t that bright, but even this buffoon from CNN finds math hard:
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) July 31, 2014
You can almost taste the stupid.