Joe Biden got some bad news.
Biden was not yet ready to go public with this truth.
And three key allies let the cat out of the bag on something Joe Biden didn’t want you to know.
Democrats continue to speak out against Joe Biden.
Despite the corporate media trying to gaslight the American people with the lie that Joe Biden is engineering a turnaround, Democrats running for office know Biden is a political liability.
Inflation is raging at 40-year highs and the economy dipped into a recession.
Add to that the fact that Biden will be 81 on Election Day 2024 and Democrats know Biden is a dead duck if he runs for re-election.
But what is striking is how Democrats express no qualms about trying to force Biden to step aside in 2024.
In a debate in the Democrat primary in New York’s deep blue 12th Congressional District two incumbent Democrats both expressed varying degrees of ambivalence about Joe Biden running for re-election.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler tried to demure on the question of Joe Biden running for re-election.
“Too early to say. Doesn’t serve the purpose of the Democratic Party to, to deal with that until after the midterms,” Nadler declared.
House Oversight Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney went even further predicting that Joe Biden would not run for a second term.
“I don’t believe he’s running for re-election,” Maloney answered.
Maloney later tried to backtrack.
But Maloney would only go so far as to say she would support Biden IF Biden ran for re-election.
“I will absolutely support President Biden, if he decides to run for re-election. Biden’s leadership securing historic investments for healthcare, climate & economic justice prove once again why he is the strong and effective leader we need right now,” Maloney wrote on social media.
But what Maloney notably did not say was that she wanted Joe Biden to run for re-election.
Minnesota Democrat Congressman Dean Phillips drew the strongest line on opposing Joe Biden running for re-election.
“No,” Phillips told reporters when asked if Biden should run for re-election before adding that “I think the country would be well-served by a new generation of compelling, well-prepared, dynamic Democrats who step up.”
Phillips leaned in on the idea of the Democrats needing generational change to move forward in the 2024 election.
“I think it’s time for a generational change,” Phillips stated. “And I think most of my colleagues agree with that.”
Historically, Democrats respond to that type of argument.
JFK, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama all won the Democrat Party nomination running on a theme of passing the torch to a new generation of leaders.
The bottom line is that no incumbent president has ever had members of his own party speak about him in this way.
Democrats know Biden is a stone cold loser in 2024 and want to move on as quickly as possible.
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