Multiple high-profile White House resignations have created new concerns ahead of midterm elections as Democrats face a growing red wave that could threaten its power in Congress.
The departures also reveal dissatisfaction among White House staff who may see working for President Joe Biden as a problem to avoid rather than an opportunity to continue.
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) June 19, 2022
“It’s a mass exodus before midterms,” said Jimmy Keady, a Republican strategist, the Washington Times reported.
“Someone will be to blame and it’s not going to be Joe Biden’s terrible policies. Heads will roll after the midterms, and in politics, responsibility runs downhill. No one wants to be holding the bag at the end,” he added.
Biden was supposed to return the country to normalcy etc. This is worst two years of 🇺🇸 history in my life. There’s no way to argue with me. The metrics are what they are. Murder is rising. Inflation is robbing people. Gas prices. Regime is trying to start nuclear war. Soros DAs.
— Cernovich (@Cernovich) June 19, 2022
The departures also come as the nation faces a string of problems that seem to have no answers in sight.
From record gas prices to inflation to crime and a border crisis, the Biden White House is becoming a place to avoid rather than to join.