The Left eats its own: Anonymous Democrat admits Biden is "rudderless, aimless & hopeless"
Joe Biden & Illegitimate Democrat Administration are "Rudderless, Aimless & Hopeless"
July 7, 2022: Anonymous Democrat calls Biden 'rudderless, aimless and hopeless' in damning report that compares the gas tax holiday plan to 'throwing spaghetti at the wall and seeing what sticks'.
Multiple Democrat lawmakers and staffers complained that Joe Biden is not moving fast enough to respond to multiple crises during his administration
The report that Biden is taking his frustration out on his staff seems to contradict his day-one promise to not tolerate workplace bullies in his White House
Tuesday's report also claims multiple Biden allies were frustrated as what they see as a lack of response to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade
His proposals to help solve inflation and the baby formula shortage have also fallen flat despite his administration's efforts
Image above: Biden was reportedly mocked by Democrat leaders for a lackluster speech in response to the high court removing federal abortion protections.
Joe Biden and his allies are apparently frustrated at fellow Democrats' lack of solutions and willingness to cooperate with the White House, while others within his party think the administration is not doing enough itself.
An unnamed Democrat lawmaker criticized the Biden administration as 'rudderless, aimless and hopeless' in yet another damning report of turmoil between the US President and his party on Tuesday.
More than 20 Democrats working across Congress and the White House shared private concerns with CNN regarding Joe Biden's ability to respond to back-to-back crises that have plagued the country for much of his term - and whether he's an effective leader of those behind him working to fix it.
Even the president's allies seem to be frustrated with a 'lack of action' as his measures to curb high gas prices and address the baby formula shortage fail to solve either problem.
One such example is Biden's recent demand for Congress to give Americans a three-month relief from the federal gas tax in a bid to ease their pain with sky-high prices at the pump.
'It had the appearance of throwing spaghetti at the wall and seeing what sticks,' an official said.
The report also suggests Biden is taking out that frustration on his aides.
The president is described as having a 'tendency to berate advisers' when a situation does not pan out as expected.
That practice having 'trickled down the ranks in the West Wing' is suggested as a contributing factor in the slew of recent resignations.
It also appears to conflict with Biden's day-one promise to fire workplace bullies 'on the spot.'
'I'm not joking when I say this: If you're ever working with me and I hear you treat another with disrespect, talk down to someone, I promise you I will fire you on the spot,' the president said on January 20 last year.
Image above: The president's allies are also worried he is not doing enough to combat soaring inflation and high gas prices.
Another unnamed Democrat lawmaker complained that there was 'no fight' left in Biden amid reports of concern from House representatives up for re-election over what effect the president's unpopularity has on their races.
'People understand that a lot of this is out of his hands - but what you want to see is the President out there swinging,' they said.
One aide is quoted as complaining, 'There's not a frontline office out there that isn't frustrated with the lack of action coming from the White House on inflation.'
'At the very least, the president should get caught trying to bring prices down just about every day,' they said.
People near the decision-making and policy processes have reportedly also expressed frustration that Biden's 'infamous inability to settle on decisions' is getting in the way of further economic action against China and his promise to ease the burden of federal student loan debt.
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Biden was even mocked by Democrat leaders as recently as late last month for seeming to be caught off-guard by the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, CNN reports.
The disarray within his White House was reportedly on full display when the high court scrapped federal abortion protections on June 24. That's despite a draft opinion indicating that's where the decision was headed leaking to Politico in early May.
White House counsel Dana Remus was confident the decision would not be handed down that day and a staffer in Biden's press office who was working on the matter was 'walking to get coffee when the alert hit,' Tuesday's report claims.
But Biden's aides are also increasingly unhappy with what the report describes as 'presidential fan fiction' coming from fellow Democrats.
The president's allies in the White House apparently believe some progressives are more interested in making headlines with their proposed solutions rather than offering constructive advice.
His Health Secretary, Xavier Becerra, shot down a proposal by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Senator Elizabeth Warren to build abortion clinics on federal land in states where the procedure is now banned during an interview on NBC's Meet The Press on Sunday.
Tuesday's report claims White House lawyers are worried the move could open up abortion providers and women seeking them out to legal jeopardy depending on the given state's laws.
Biden adviser Cedric Richmond, a former House Democrat, accused his colleagues of 'scapegoating the president' in their dissatisfaction.
Richmond told CNN those lawmakers are 'distracted and not focusing on what they should be focused on.'
'He saved democracy once by beating a tyrant. He's doing it again, but he doesn't do it by beating his chest,' the ex-lawmaker said.