Joe Biden Says Red Wave ‘Didn’t Happen’ and ‘I’m Not Going to Change Anything’

As the dust settles from the mid-term elections, the Cook Political Report, as of Thursday morning, is showing that the Republicans received 50,113,534 votes, or 52.3% of the vote, compared to 44,251,768, or 46.2% of the vote.

But even though Republicans won nearly six million more votes nationwide in races for the House of Representatives, they flipped a relatively low number of seats, most likely due to redistricting and as a result of the massive number of negative ads that ran in targeted districts the left deemed at risk.

President Joe Biden was sent out to taunt Republicans, the media, and pollsters on Wednesday for their predictions of a Republican “red wave” in the midterm elections, telling Americans he would not change his policies after Democrats did better than expected.

“I’m not going to change anything in any fundamental way,” he said.

Biden held a press conference at the White House to talk about the midterm election results, where he argued that Democrats had a “strong night” even though there was a strong possibility of losing their majority in the House of Representatives.

When about his agenda moving forward and what he would change, following the elections, Biden replied, “Nothing.”

In line with the narrative being pushed by the mainstream media, Joe insisted that the red wave did not happen because Americans are now figuring out that his policies are working after all.

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“The more they know about what we’re doing, the more support there is,” he claimed.

Biden also mocked predictions of a Republican takeover in the midterms.

“While the press and the pundits are predicting a giant red wave, it didn’t happen,” he said.

He also dismissed pollsters for predicting tough races for Democrats.

“I don’t look at them much anymore. I’m not quite sure how to read them anymore,” he said when asked about polls showing voters frustrated with inflation.

Biden said he would speak with the House Majority Leader about working together when he became the speaker.

“I’m prepared to work with my Republican colleagues,” he said. “And the American people have made clear, I think, that they expect Republicans to be prepared to work with me as well.”

Biden said he would not budge on cutting taxes on the wealthy, cutting Social Security, walking back green energy investments, or limits on abortion.

“I have a simple proposition. I have a pen that can veto,” he said.

The president indicated that Republicans were struggling politically and would increasingly walk away from former President Donald Trump’s political movement.

“I don’t think we’re gonna break the fever for the SuperMegaMAGA Republicans — I think they’re a minority of the Republican Party,” he said.

When one reporter noted that Trump’s movement was still strong, Biden chuckled and replied, “Oh yeah?” 


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