Senate Democrats Starting to Break with President Biden

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Right now, there is very little standing between President Biden and the radical socialist agenda he seeks to perpetrate on American society. The current president held a disastrous press conference yesterday; the presser fully showed his lack of understanding on critical issues facing the nation. It also showed how out of touch Biden has become. 

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At this time, the Democrat president is looking to pass a series of bills that would upend the economy, election integrity, Second Amendment rights, etc. Democrats have largely supported this crusade, voting Biden-backed bills through their chambers. 


However, a new report from Breitbart News is very interesting; according to this report, some of the more moderate-leaning Democrats in the Senate are starting to break with the president on certain issues. 

Growing Problems with the Biden Agenda

The current president seeks to upend the Senate filibuster, pass a $15 federal minimum wage, implement new gun control restrictions, turn mass amnesty into law, and give unions much more power at the expense of American workers. 

This is right on brand for the extremist, far left Democrat Party; however, some Senate Democrats with more moderate tendencies are expressing reservations. Sens. Jon Tester, Kyrsten Sinema, Jeanne Shaheen, Tom Carper, Maggie Hassan, and Joe Manchin are currently the ones speaking out. 


These Democrats, by their own admission, are wary about ending the filibuster, hiking the minimum wage, and even going too far on gun control. Biden has already come out in favor of “reforming” the Senate filibuster; however, some moderate Democrats have different ideas of reformation than the president. 

Sen. Tom Carper came out this week to sound the alarm on increasing the minimum wage to $15 per hour. Carper expressed that due to America’s ongoing “economic recession,” there could be “unintended consequences” with raising the minimum wage right now, as opposed to later in the year. 

A Saving Grace for Republicans? 

Since the Senate is split 50/50, and since Republicans are against Biden’s bills, he cannot afford to lose Democrats’ support. Right now, multiple Senate Democrats are warning that many of Biden’s proposals are either poorly-timed or simply a bridge too far. 

Without the necessary votes, legislation that Biden wants passed will not appear on his desk to sign. Therefore, depending on how long gridlock between moderate Democrats and President Biden lasts, this could bide Republicans time to take back the House or the Senate. 


Once the GOP regains either or both congressional majorities, a firm line against Biden’s radical agenda will exist. 

Are you surprised that President Biden is starting to alienate moderate Democrats in the Senate? Let us know in the comments section below.