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Biden welcome to Nantucket on Thanksgiving with the middle finger

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Biden welcome to Nantucket on Thanksgiving with the middle finger.

A Nantucket man reportedly gave President Joe Biden’s caravan the middle finger when Biden made a Thanksgiving stop during his stay at billionaire David Rubinstein’s compound.

Biden and First Lady Jill greeted members of the United States Coast Guard before retiring to their vacation home on Rubenstein Island. Biden gave “challenge coins” to members of the Coast Guard as a way to commemorate their service.

The president told members of the Coast Guard:

I’m not kidding when I say I’m thankful for these guys, I’m thankful for them and everyone, I mean it from the bottom of my heart. I’ve seen them in the South China Sea, I’ve seen them in Afghanistan, Iraq. I’ve seen them in South America … wherever they are.”

However, there was “a gentleman standing on his porch pointing a middle finger at the presidential motorcade as we approached the Coast Guard station,” according to White House pool reporter Zolan Kanno-Youngs.

The Nantucket man’s gesture is symbolic of how many Americans feel about the president and represents a growing discontent with Biden. Conservative stadiums across the country have yelled “Come on, Brandon,” which is a euphemistic way of saying “fuck Joe Biden.”

Biden’s approval ratings this holiday season are near their all-time lows, hovering in his thirties.

RealClearPolitics shows Biden’s Thanksgiving approval rating is 41.6 percent. High levels of inflation are likely to contribute to Biden’s approval decline.

Plus, rising inflation means higher costs for American families on Thanksgiving. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the price of a Thanksgiving dinner with turkey and side dishes is up to five percent on average from last year. However, the American Farm Bureau Federation investigation shows the cost of Thanksgiving dinner went up 14 percent.

An Obama-era ethics director, Walter Shaub, criticized Biden for his stay at the Rubinstein Island complex. Rubinstein is a co-founder of the Carlyle Group. He said:

 

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