“Whether democracy is still America’s sacred cause is what the 2024 election is all about.”
So boomed Biden at a recent speech, in which he invoked George Washington as an alleged source of support for his 2024 presidential candidacy.
Needless to say, Biden invoking George Washington is a tad ironic, considering that one of Washington’s greatest fears was the possibility of foreign entanglements undoing the foundation of America.
That said, Biden’s speech was ghostwritten anyway, and it’s highly unlikely the president ever bothered to read George Washington’s “Farewell Address.”
In fact, it’s highly unlikely the president ever wrote or read much of anything original, given the unilateral quest for political power that has dictated his entire life.
He reportedly informed his first wife’s parents that his future career ambitions were to be “President of the United States.”
No matter how many foreign entanglements he had to pursue to get there, it would appear.
Ironically, Biden actually withdrew from a presidential race in 1988 due to plagiarism accusations, illustrating just how significantly times have changed since then.
After all, by the time of the 2020 election, he was ensnared with the Chinese Communist Party, not to mention Ukrainian and Russian oligarchs.
And even in 1986, he was described as “angry” when interacting with others, such as former Secretary of State George Schultz.
Well, Biden is going to be real “angry” now following a shocking statement issued by Michael Cembalest, a top strategist at JP Morgan.
Curiously, JPMorgan also flagged several of Hunter Biden’s previous transactions as highly “suspicious,” so the current commentary from the institution now regarding Biden’s presidential prospects is curious to say the least.
According to Cembalest, Biden is highly likely to withdraw in the 2024 race, citing “health reasons” as the primary concern. In an especially optimistic note, Cembalest believes that Biden may even withdraw before the “Super Tuesday” primaries.
And such a withdrawal would be long overdue, considering the ever-escalating decline in his overall popularity – heck, some polls rank Biden even lower than Kamala, and that’s quite a feat to achieve.
“Biden has a low approval rating for a President with ~10% job creation since his inauguration, although that figure is the by-product of his inauguration coinciding with the rollout of COVID vaccines and a reopening US economy,” Cembalest observed.
So, in other words, the 10 percent job creation can be attributed to the Trump administration.
In fact, any lingering economic benefit can be linked back to Trump, though most Americans aren’t too happy with “Bidenomics” now.
Polls from the pro-Democrat New York Times and Siena College have further justified Cembalest’s assertion, noting that a grand total of 2 percent of surveyed individuals believe that the economy is “excellent” under the Biden administration.
On top of that, David Axelrod, one of the masterminds behind Obama’s 2008 campaign, has openly called for Biden to withdraw, especially given his advanced age and dramatically reduced popularity.
“I think that there is one issue that is hanging over him … I think with Donald Trump on the other end, he could still win this election. But the age issue is difficult,” Axelrod remarked.
Well, to be fair, Mr. Axelrod, more than one “core issue” hangs over Biden, with age almost being the least of it.
Frankly, his kowtowing to Beijing is vastly more problematic, especially when the Communist Party openly photographs American nuclear silos with impunity.
The White House has yet to respond to JPMorgan’s shocking statement at the time of this writing, but it is safe to say that Biden will react as violently to the bank’s assessment as he does to legitimate journalist inquiries.
Author: Jane Jones