#BatteredBiden Trends on Twitter After Article Uses Phrase in Title to Describe the Current State of His Administration

Senior editor Keith Koffler published a Fox News article earlier today titled, “Battered Biden under siege as crises confound the White House.”

Koffler began the article by saying, “Memo to President Biden: Life moves pretty fast, and now the world is on fire.”

“Israel is erupting, Americans are utterly confused when masks should be worn for COVID-19 protection and then there are the agita-inducing long lines for gasoline,” Koffler explained, adding, “And that was just Tuesday.”

The article goes on to describe how things are currently falling apart for a president who is trying to prove why he apparently got the highest vote total in history.

U.S. House Rep Lauren Boebert commented on the trending hashtag and said, “#BatteredBiden is trending. The difference between Trump’s strength and Biden’s weakness has never been more clear.”

U.S. House Rep Andy Biggs shared the article and asked, “Biden has been a politician for 40+ years and accomplished nothing. Why would he start now?

TV Host John Cardillo also shared the article and quipped, “You send a senile dementia patient to the WH and this is the inevitable end result.”

America First Republican and Congressional candidate Jarome Bell used the hashtag as well and said, “I only have to look at Biden’s first 100 days to know that TRUMP was the right choice.”

Supporters of the president, however, attempted to pushback on the suggestion by pointing to Biden’s supposedly 63% approval rating.

One “Bleeding heart liberal” Twitter user even claimed that “Fox ‘News’ is so irredeemably awful. They have the most dangerously misinformed viewers on planet Earth.”