File this under “The Funniest Things You Heard Today.”
Joe Biden has the worst track record since President Carter. Actually, that’s an insult to Carter. Biden’s approval is lower.
Biden is responsible for numerous crises—at started during his presidency. Worse, many fear the man’s losing his mind.
It would be political suicide for Democrats to keep this man in power for another day. Yet now, apparently Biden told Obama he’s running again.
You can’t make this nonsense up.
From The Hill:
President Biden has told former President Obama that he is planning to run for reelection in 2024, two sources tell The Hill.
The admission to Obama is the latest indication that Biden is likely to run for a second term, something the president has spoken about publicly.
According to two sources, Biden told Obama that he plans to run again. You have to wonder how Barack took that news.
If this story is even true at all. Chances are, this is yet another deliberate leak by this administration to gauge the reaction of the public.
Can Biden hear the laughter from the Oval Office?
It’s not much of a surprise that Biden plans to run in 2024. He can’t say anything else right before a midterm election cycle. That would make him a lame duck before Republicans retook Congress.
By leaking this story about Obama, Biden’s handlers can continue to project the idea that Biden’s in this for the long haul. But, at the same time, give them a window to deny it, if Biden really melts down.
The truth is, the question might be decided for Biden. If he wants another term, he’ll have to run in the 2024 primary, the same as any candidate. Will Democrats just sit back and nominate this man?
Or will somebody emerge to challenge him, stealing the nomination? If Democrats had any brains in their heads, they would.
Biden doesn’t get to be president, just because he says it.
- Joe Biden reportedly told Obama that he was running in 2024.
- Biden has the worst approval numbers of any president.
- Biden’s administration is responsible for numerous crises, here and abroad.
Source: The Hill