Looks like Biden is intent on getting his name in the headlines just in time for the midterms, in all the different ways Democrats don’t want his name in the headlines.
Specifically, Biden recently decided it would be a great idea to double down on his 2024 sprint for the presidency, in remarks to Al Sharpton, no less.
“I’m going to do it again … I’m going,” Biden apparently blared to the civil rights activist in the Roosevelt room.
Well, hordes of Democrats surely will not be pleased, especially considering that Biden appeared to waffle a bit more about running again during an appearance on 60 Minutes.
“It’s just an intention,” Biden mused with regards to 2024, “but is it a firm decision that I run again? That remains to be seen. … Within the timeframe that makes sense after this next election cycle here, going into next year, [I will] make a judgment on what to do.”
Apparently, Biden decided to use his “judgment” to announce his firm intentions to Al Sharpton, despite the fact he has steadily alienated minority voters due to his fixation on various questionable issues, not to mention his inability to take real action to combat inflation.
Bizarrely, Biden also thinks it’s a great idea to promote the wildly unpopular Kamala Harris, whose numerous staff departures leave quite a bit to be desired.
“[Kamala Harris] won’t be the last woman to be vice president or president,” Biden boomed.
How unfortunate for Americans, should that be the case.
In the meantime numerous other Democrats are not terribly keen on a Biden-Harris 2024 ticket.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, who became even more authoritarian during the pandemic, is clearly not enthralled by the idea of a Biden presidency, asserting, “I’m not having that conversation” while struggling to swallow her laughter.
Democrat Representative Mary Peltola of Alaska took a gentler approach, observing that she would rather “wait and see” before endorsing a president that barely operates even on auto pilot.
“I’d like to take a wait-and-see approach. I don’t know what is on the horizon,” she said thoughtfully.
Democrat Representative Dean Phillips of Minnesota was even more blunt, as evidenced by his direct opposition to Biden running again in 2024.
“The country would be well served by a new generation of compelling, well-prepared, dynamic Democrats to step up,” he declared.
Unsurprisingly, the views of Phillips align with the views of quite a few different college students, as reported by NBC News.
“Nearly three-quarters of college Democratic voters say they don’t believe President Joe Biden should run for re-election in 2024, according to an online NBC News/Generation Lab poll of incoming second-year students. In the poll, 73% of these Democratic students – who attend either two- or four-year institutions – don’t believe Biden should run for president two years from now, while 27% believe he should.”
Apparently, in spite of the rather troubling output of this poll, Biden apparently still thinks it’s a good idea to double down on running again in 2024.
Blithely unaware of the significance of his frightening approval ratings, Biden appears increasingly intent on doubling down on his 2024 presidential run, taking all the Democrats down with him.
With any luck, most will be dethroned before that in the upcoming 2022 midterms.
Author: Jane Jones