Who’s this guy?
President Biden has apparently failed to make an impression with an alarming number of Americans.
The president’s identity was the third most commonly Googled query beginning with “who is” nationwide from June through August, according to the results of a Google trend analysis by Casino.org.
“Who is the president?” was the top “who is” search in New York, New Jersey, and Texas, and the least popular Google query in Delaware, Hawaii, and Massachusetts.
“Prolific ignorance like that is wild to hear about,” said 33-year-old Lower East Side resident Henry Post. “On the other hand, the president today is largely an empty suit without the power or desire to affect meaningful change. So wasting your brain space on things you can’t control carries a weird and, I guess, sort of depressing, wisdom,” Post said.
City Council Member Joseph Borelli (R-Staten Island) didn’t mince words in his blunt reaction to the shocking findings: “I try to forget Joe Biden is our president too,” he said.
Not only is Biden clearly disconnected from the public, but a Post story last week revealed that he’s spent 40% of his time as president on personal trips away from the White House – putting him on track to becoming America’s most idle commander-in-chief.
“Who is Grimace?” – a summer McDonald’s mascot – and “Who is the richest person in the world?” – which is now Elon Musk – were the only two “who is” queries Googled more often than the POTUS, Casino.org found.