(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – We’re currently about a year-and-a-half into Joe Biden’s term in the White House — which the Democratic Party helped him steal from the rightful president, Donald Trump — and the entire time has been a disaster marked by an endless cycle of crises and extremely low polling numbers.
You might even be able to make a case that Joe Biden’s time in the White House is the worst in history. This, of course, will make both former presidents Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama blow steam out of their ears as they were hoping that one of them would be able to carry that crown.
But then Joe Biden said, “hold my beer.”
According to a brand new report, many folks who are in the Democratic Party are starting to get worried about Biden’s chances of being reelected come 2024.
The Western Journal is reporting that back in April, Gov. Roy Cooper of North Carolina put on a Democratic Governors Association’s Spring Policy Conference at the Pinehurst Resort located in his state.
“While topics discussed in the meetings included ‘health care’ and ‘diversity in governance,’ conversations between colleagues outside the scheduled gatherings were much bleaker, New York Magazine reported on Monday,” the WJ report stated.
“According to the Intelligencer article, the not-so-secret talk of the conference was whether Biden will run for re-election in 2024,” the report continued. “Biden has shown no signs of straying from his stance that he plans to run in 2024, even though he would be 82 on the first day of a second term if he were re-elected.”
A Democratic adviser then spoke with New York Magazine stating that Biden is not new to receiving criticism concerning his age.
“He was told in ’16 he couldn’t cut it,” the adviser revealed. “He runs in ’20 and everybody rolls their eyes, and he still wins. So why in the world now would he be like, ‘You guys are right. I am old’?”
Yet there were a lot of people who attended the meeting back in April who have some persistent questions not only about the current commander-in-chief’s desire to run again, but also about whether or not the party desires to throw their support behind him should he want to take a shot at a second term.
“Cooper himself was often brought up as a possible 2024 candidate, according to the report. The names of other Democratic governors — including Phil Murphy of New Jersey, J.B. Pritzker of Illinois and Jared Polis of Colorado — also were circulated,” the WJ reported.
The tension only ratcheted up when a memo from Vermont socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders’ campaign manager, Faiz Shakir, was leaked to The Washington Post during the meetings.
“In the event of an open 2024 Democratic presidential primary, Sen. Sanders has not ruled out another run for president, so we advise that you answer any questions about 2024 with that in mind,” Shakir went on to write to Sanders’ allies, according to the report.
Some Democrats have attempted to cover for the chit-chat at the meetings by stating they were just contingency plans should Biden opt out of running for a second term, according to New York Magazine.
“However, advisers to the president indicated he has made his intentions to run again abundantly clear,” the report said.
“People ask me with some regularity, ‘When is Biden going to come out and say what he’s going to do?’” one of them said during a chat with the outlet. “And I say, ‘Well, he has!’”
“The fact that Democrats have continued to discuss other options despite Biden’s stated intention to run again suggests they are not convinced he is their best option,” the report revealed.
“Poll numbers would seem to support that assumption, as well. A NewsNation/Decision Desk HQ poll released on Monday found 57 percent of registered voters disapproved of Biden’s presidency,” the Western Journal reported.
“There is no substantial precedent for the volume of questions about Biden’s future,” New York Magazine stated. “His inner circle’s insistence that his doldrums will pass, that there’s no cause for concern, is of little reassurance even to some close allies in the party.”
“One person who fits this description has tried casually mapping out ways Biden could get away with avoiding a reelection bid without losing face, if it comes to that … But the ally hasn’t gotten anywhere. As this person puts it, ‘The fumes from the paint in the White House are pretty strong,'” their report continued.
The man has so many cognitive issues right now, imagine how much worse he would be in a few years? Let’s just say no to a second Biden term.
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