Psaki’s Response To Biden’s Miserable Polls: ‘20% Of Country Still Unvaccinated’

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki answering a question regarding Biden’s dismal poll numbers during an October 2021 press briefing.

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was grilled on Friday about Joe Biden’s poor polling numbers.

“What do you make of these pretty terrible polls? Are they that he’s doing something wrong, is it just communication, or is he doing unpopular things that have to be done?” asked a reporter during a White House Press briefing.

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Psaki responded by completely avoiding the question, instead electing to deflect the blame on others by attacking every American citizen who has thus far elected to not take the experimental COVID-19 shot.

“I would say that this is a really tough time in our country,” Psaki responded. “We’re still battling COVID, and a lot of people thought we’d be through it, including us.”

Psaki continued, first saying that the vaccine was approved during a Republican administration, and then that it recently received full FDA approval. The press secretary was likely choosing her language carefully, as she previously has been caught lying about the FDA’s approval status more than once.

“And because of the rise of the Delta variant, because of the fact that, even though it was a vaccine that was approved under a Republican administration, even though we now have full FDA approval, and even though it’s widely available across the country, we still have… 20% of the country who’ve decided not to get vaccinated,” she added.

“No question that’s having an impact,” Psaki said, before ironically concluding, “And of course, as the president has said, the buck stops with him.”

The Biden regime has strongly dwindled in popularity, with a Trafalgar Group poll released Friday showing a record low approval of just below 40 percent overall. To add insult to injury, only 27.5% of independent respondents indicated that they are happy with the current administration’s performance in the White House.