Joe Biden was able to prove his credentials as a negotiator, coming away with the biggest infrastructure bill in history.
Somehow he was able to break the impasse between the moderates and progressives in the party and broker the deal of a lifetime.
Give Biden credit for this accomplishment. Political pundits were predicting the bill would never get passed because the Democrats weren't unified.
Biden's final push to get the bill into the end zone was motivated by what happened in Virginia when Democrat McAauliffe lost the governor's race to Republican Glenn Youngkin.
Democrats went into a panic mode afterward, because they were sure that Virginia was a blue state and they should have won. The possibility of a red tide in the midterms left the party shaken to its roots.
When Joe Biden's infrastructure plan got the green light last night, there was a collective sigh of relief. Now, Democrats will have something to run on next year.
The tide is turning. Trump and his minions have been thwarted from blocking this major legislation.
The economy also got good news yesterday when over 500,000 new jobs were created in October - exceeding predictions. The stock market hit a new historical high.
Look for Biden's poll ratings to go up in the coming months as millions of Americans get relief during this pandemic. More jobs will be created to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure.