Joe Biden stands on shaky political ground.
It’s even worse than anyone knows.
And you won’t believe what Democrats say about Joe Biden behind his back.
Democrats are speaking out against Joe Biden in terms unheard of for a sitting president.
Democrat strategist Joel Payne said in an interview with The Hill that Joe Biden failed at the leadership and political aspects of being president.
“There’s the administrative part of the job and the political part of the job, and it seems like this president is leaning more in the administrative role at a time when his coalition is thirsty for political clarity and leadership,” Payne stated. “The president and his team have to be vigilant about providing that and balance the need to do both.”
Other Democrats remained anonymous so they could say how they – and countless other Democrat elected officials and party leaders – felt.
Another strategist granted anonymity told The Hill that the Democrats’ “house is on fire” and the Biden administration did nothing to change the fact that Biden was leading the Democrats into a buzzsaw this November.
“It’s infuriating,” the anonymous strategist stated. “Our house is on fire and it seems like they’re doing nothing to put the fire out. They’re just watching it with the rest of us.”
Members of a political party do not speak out against a sitting president who shares their partisan affiliation.
It’s unheard of.
Biden caused an illegal alien invasion, surging inflation, and spiking gas prices by trying to impose a socialist agenda on America.
But Democrats feel free to bash Biden – both on and off the record – because few actually believe Biden will run for re-election in November.
The polls show the American people rendering their judgement on Biden as that of a failure they would like to see go away.
CIVIQS polling data showed Joe Biden more unpopular than popular in 48 states with an overall job rating sitting at a sickly 30 percent.
Biden is underwater in 48 states — including the typically dark blue California and his home state of Delaware — while his approval rating is down to the lowest in his presidency, at only 30 percent approval and 58 percent disapproval, according to the most recent CIVIQS rolling job-approval average on July 3.
While twelve percent of survey participants do not approve or disapprove, Biden’s approval rating is underwater in 48 states. The only two exceptions are Hawaii (45 to 42 percent) and Vermont (44 to 38 percent). The president’s net approval is at negative 28.
A YouGov/Economist poll showed just 20 percent of Americans want Biden to run for re-election in 2024 when Biden will turn 82 years old.
Just 15 percent of independents surveyed have a desire for the 79-year-old president to run for office again in 2024, while overall, 20 percent of adults want Biden as a candidate next presidential election. Another 57 percent said they do not want him to run, and 23 percent were unsure. Democrats remained split on a Biden run in two years. Just 32 percent said they would like him to launch a reelection bid while 34 percent expressed that they do not want him to run, and 33 percent were unsure.
These poll numbers come as no surprise to Democrats since they largely share the sentiments that Joe Biden is a failed president that should not run for re-election.
But now the conversations they had behind closed doors now seep out in public.
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