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I think we can all agree that Joe Biden’s term in office is Barack Obama’s third term. Biden’s administration is filled with Obama people and it recently came to light that Barack Obama has been advising the White House for months on subjects like AI. As the primary season progresses, Obama has become more and more outspoken on social media and progressive podcasts.
Obama is inserting himself in the 2024 presidential election. He is using his inner circle and supporters to help get out his message. Joe Biden is too old and too unpopular to win re-election. Can Biden turn things around by Election Day? In theory, yes. Practically speaking, it is unlikely. Biden’s poll numbers began to tank when the reality of the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan began to play out in real time. He has not recovered from that early mistake. Why would I think he can recover in a matter of months to win re-election?
Joe Biden, the career politician who first entered the U.S. Senate at age 29, is remarkably tone deaf and inept as a politician. At age 81, he will not change. He is in denial that voters are over having him in the White House. The alarms were sounding loud after the NYT-Siena poll that showed Biden losing 5 out of 6 of the most important battleground states to Trump. Biden trails Trump in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, and Pennsylvania. Biden wins Wisconsin but only by 2 points. Biden won all six states in the 2020 election.
One of the Democrats who hit the panic button hard was David Axelrod. Axelrod, a top Obama adviser, would not be speaking out if he did not have the blessing of Barack Obama. He’s speaking out to warn Biden of what is likely to come. Biden was asked about recent polls and he denied that he is in trouble. He said the reporter (FNC’s Peter Doocy) was only looking at the NYT poll and the CNN poll. There were ten polls showing different results, he said. In private, Biden called Axelrod a p***k for his comments.
On Saturday, Axelrod told Maureen Dowd that Biden only has a 50-50 chance of winning re-election and it may be a smaller chance than that. And he doesn’t care what Biden says about him. Axelrod said that Biden is making the same mistake Hillary Clinton made in 2016.
Axelrod, who has been critical of Biden’s age and decision to seek a second term, told New York Times’ Maureen Dowd that Hillary Clinton mistakenly thought Trump being the Republican nominee would hand her the election and that Biden should not make the same mistake.
‘I think he has a 50-50 shot here, but no better than that, maybe a little worse,’ Axelrod said. ‘He thinks he can cheat nature here and it’s really risky. They’ve got a real problem if they’re counting on Trump to win it for them. I remember Hillary doing that, too.’
‘I don’t care about them thinking I’m a p***k — that’s fine,’ he told the New York Times. ‘I hope they don’t think the polls are wrong because they’re not.’
On Sunday’s edition of NBC’s Meet the Press, another shoe dropped. For the first time, Trump is beating Biden in a head-to -head match-up. ‘He’s out of touch with basically everybody.’ Yikes! But, it’s to be expected. He’s 81 years old!
One recent poll of registered voters between the ages of 18 to 34 indicated the former president and current Republican frontrunner leads by four percentage points over Biden, adding to evidence that the incumbent’s support among key groups that helped him reach the Oval Office could be in jeopardy.
“I think that Joe Biden is really out of touch with not only the younger generation, but basically everybody,” Alexandria Chung, a Gen Z voter, told FOX News on Monday.
“I think that, on the left, so many people feel disengaged from his politics and what he is advocating for, and I think we are all just looking to see a new face who will unite the country.”
Biden loses all demographic groups, even young voters who are credited with helping him win in 2020. The NBC poll results shocked the host of Meet the Press.
“This is significant because this is the first time in the history of our poll that President Trump beats President Biden,” host Kristen Welker said. “[It’s] still within the margin of error, but still significant.”
Heh. The irony is that Biden ran as a unifier. He said his long career in the Senate taught him how to work with everyone to get things done. And, something that is now long forgotten – he pledged to be a placeholder for the Democrats. He said he would be a one-term president. All of this from Biden has proven to be lies. Nothing but lies. Biden is incapable of leading and unwilling to make decisions in a timely manner.
The poll results that are rising now should not be a surprise to anyone outside of the Biden bubble. Voters do not think they are better off now than four years ago. They think back to the previous administration, before the pandemic, and remember how the economy was exploding, energy costs were low as the United States became energy independent, the border was mostly secured, and there were no new wars. All of that is looking pretty good right about now.
Axelrod and Obama are trying to push Biden aside. He won’t budge, though, because of his massive ego and his cluelessness. He has yes men and women around him to shelter him from reality. Biden thinks he is popular. He thinks his policies work.
The real scary part is that if Biden wins re-election, he may not last until 2028. His health may deteriorate to the point that he has to be carried out of the White House. That leaves us with Kamala Harris and that can never happen.