To imagine Joe Biden running an entirely new presidential campaign in three years after the year he’s already had, plus his failing mental state, is akin to imagining dogs walking around on their hind legs — it’s nonsensical.
Biden’s approval rating is in freefall. This could be due to horrendous economic conditions, a bombed-out southern border, growing military conflict in Eastern Europe, massive crime waves, unbridled radicalism on the left, or a host of other issues. Whatever the reason, you’d be hard-pressed to find a normal American voter who’d be willing to voice their support for Joe Biden at this point.
Record crowds greet Joe Biden. pic.twitter.com/LmoUrHuAKn
— Big Fish (@BigFish3000) April 19, 2022
However, according to a recent report, Joe Biden has already made up his mind for 2024 and revealed his decision to former President Barack Obama…
According to sources close to the White House, Joe Biden’s decision to run in ’24 is based on his belief that he’s the only remaining Democrat capable of defeating Donald Trump.
As laughable as that may sound, in a way he’s got a point.
Look around: In the sea of Democrat whack jobs, who in the world could compete against the powerhouse that is Donald Trump if not for the incumbent President?
Biden of course has said publicly he plans to run for reelection, even doubling down on a rematch against Trump, but this admission to Obama, arguable the highest-profile Democrat around, means he’s serious.
— R A W S A L E R T S (@rawsalerts) December 23, 2021
“[Biden] wants to run, and he’s clearly letting everyone know,” one of the sources said. “I believe he thinks he’s the only one who can beat Trump. I don’t think he thinks there’s anyone in the Democratic Party who can beat Trump, and that’s the biggest factor.”
It’s not clear when Biden spoke to Obama about the decision to run, though the former president made an appearance at the White House earlier this month to commemorate 12 years of Obamacare.
Meanwhile, there’s no telling how Biden’s health will hold up in the coming years. The American public has witnessed a disturbing decline in the President’s mental cognition since he began campaigning as the Democrat nominee.
Lest we forget, Biden believed he was already running for reelection in 2020 while on the campaign trail:
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 14, 2020
Polls not only suggest, they essentially confirm as fact that Joe Biden is despised nationwide. As of Monday, Biden’s approval ratings stand at an average of 41.8%, narrowly higher than that of Trump’s at the same point in his presidency. The only difference is that Biden has the entirety of the media and polite liberal society behind him.
Author: Asa McCue