This Democrat Senator just admitted something crazy about Joe Biden

Joe Biden’s poll numbers remain in a free fall.

Democrats are panicking.

And this Democrat Senator just admitted something crazy about Joe Biden.

Last year, the Associated Press (AP) poll found Joe Biden’s approval rating sitting at 63 percent.

Just one year later, Biden’s job approval numbers have plummeted to 39 percent.

With the Midterm elections less than six months away, even Democrats in deep Blue states are panicking.

Colorado Democrat Senator Michael Bennet is up for re-election this fall, and he is preparing for 2022 to be another Republican year similar to 2010, 2014, and 2016.

“I had a very tough race in 2010. That was a very tough cycle. I chaired the DSCC in 2014. That was a really tough cycle. In 2016, it turned out to be another tough cycle,” Bennet told POLITICO. “This is going to be another one of those.”

In a sign of how desperate matters are for Democrats, Bennet does not even want Joe Biden to show up and campaign with him in Colorado – a state Biden carried by 13 points in 2020.

“Bennet doesn’t blame Biden for his own plight in Colorado, but he is not exactly racing to campaign with the President, saying, ‘I haven’t thought about it at all.’ He said Biden’s visit in January to a fire-charred section of Colorado was helpful and he’d welcome a similar visit with a focus on climate change. His GOP opponents are up for that, too,” POLITICO also reported.

Inflation is the top issue for voters.

The last government report showed prices surging 8.3% from April 2021 to April 2022.

In the interview with POLITICO, Bennet even admitted that Joe Biden’s signature legislative achievement – a $1.9 trillion spending package – added to the inflationary pressures facing the country.

“Bennet predicted that the Republican campaign against him will be simple: Rising gas prices, inflation and his decade-plus in Washington. He conceded that Democrats’ $1.9 trillion coronavirus spending package may have contributed to inflation, but argued that the Federal Reserve’s monetary policies and supply chain woes are more to blame,” POLITICO also reported.

In 2021, the results from the Virginia and New Jersey Gubernatorial Elections showed a 13-point shift to the Republican Party relative to the 2020 results.

Democrats like Michael Bennet took note of this trend and are running scared in 2022.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.