Bumbling Biden Returns from Europe Speechless After Dems Lose Virginia

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The far left of the Democratic Party was unaware of what was coming when it came to last night’s local, state, and national elections.

Defiant President Biden said ‘We’re gonna win!’ Democrat McAuliffe will become Virginia’s next governor. His performance will not affect the outcome of the race against Republican Glenn Youngkin.

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In keeping with Joe’s failing presidency, Virginians turned out in big numbers voting for a different direction in the Commonwealth. They chose Virginia Governor-elect Younkin over former Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe.

Biden returned to the United States from Europe on Wednesday morning. He did not speak with reporters as he was leaving Air Force One just hours after his VA prediction.

Biden arrived at Joint Base Andrews when Glenn Youngkin, Virginia Governor-elect, took to the stage in the early hours of the morning to proclaim victory over Democrats in a Blue State.

Joe remained silent when he arrived at White House at 1:38 AM. Reporters shouted questions about election results.

Further evidence that Joe doesn’t know the truth about what is going on outside of his bubble, Joe insisted at Glasgow during U.N. Climate Change Summit, McAuliffe’s defeat would not stop his radical leftist agenda.

“I’ve not seen any evidence that whether or not I am doing well or poorly, whether or not I’ve got my agenda passed or not, is going to have any real impact on win or lose,” Biden claimed at the press conference.

Many Democrats across the U.S. are now questioning Biden’s alliance with far-leftists within his party, as the Biden administration’s agenda is stalled.

“Some in Biden-land are already asking themselves if the president has allowed himself to be tugged too far to the left while in office, and those voices are likely to get louder now,” reported an editor at the New York Times on social media.

Biden’s handlers kept his schedule under control, with no public events planned for Wednesday in keeping with his first 10 months of office.