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Kathy Griffin Melts Down Over Matt Gaetz’s Plan To Make Trump Speaker Of House After 2022

Hollywood star Kathy Griffin had a meltdown over Matt Gaetz trolling the left when he said he would make Trump speaker of the House after the GOP’s red wave in 2022 and then impeach Biden and put Trump back in charge.

Matt said: “Give us the ability to fire Nancy Pelosi, take back the majority, impeach Joe Biden, and I’m going to nominate Donald J. Trump for Speaker of the United States House of Representatives.”

While Gatez is certainly trolling the left, Griffin and others should be aware of one thing. The Democrats are headed for a historic wipeout in 2022 and whale Biden is underwater even in California, off the GOP wins all the open Senate seats in 2022 the math still does not work to remove Biden. But they will be close and if they can get Manchin and Sinema they are within striking distance.

Malcolm Nance, an analyst with MSNBC, got hysterical and said: “This is a warning. It could happen.”

Kathy Griffin said: “It’s all they talk about. This is been a very serious plan for them since about January 7th.”

According to a new NBC poll, Griffin is right to be concerned. GOP pollster Robert Blizzard said: “Bad day to be a Democrat. Biden approval 40%, handling economy two-to-one negative, Biden gets blame for inflation (not Putin), and few paying attention to Supreme Court confirmation process. Oh, and yeah, Republicans lead generic ballot in NBC poll for the first time in 8 years.”

“What this poll says is that President Biden and Democrats are headed for a catastrophic election,” said Republican pollster Bill McInturff of Public Opinions Strategy, who conducted this survey with Democratic pollster Jeff Horwitt of Hart Research Associates.

“You cannot get down to the low 40s in presidential approval, unless you have strained your own base,” McInturff added.

According to NBCThe erosion in Biden’s approval rating has been across the board among key demographic groups, including  Black respondents (from 64 percent approve in January to 62 percent now), Women (from 51 percent approve to 44 percent), Latinos (from 48 percent to 39 percent) and Independents (36 percent to 32 percent).

Seventy-one percent of Americans said they believe the nation is headed on the wrong track, versus 22 percent who said they believe it’s headed in the right direction, which is unchanged from January’s poll. 

And on the issues, 51 percent of adults said they approve of Biden’s handling of the coronavirus (up 7 points from January), 42 percent approved of his handling of foreign policy (up 5 points),

But only a third — 33 percent — approved of Biden’s handling of the economy (down 5 points).

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