At the start of President Biden’s re-election campaign, it appeared he had the support of his entire party. Major Democrat leaders appeared to be getting the rest of the party in line.
In fact, they strongly opposed the campaign of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., denying him a chance to debate Biden.
But in recent months, major polls show Biden in jeopardy. Donald Trump could very well defeat him next November. And now, there might be a movement against him.
President Joe Biden launched his reelection without full support from fellow Democrats, who fear his age and lack of accomplishments will hinder his campaign against likely Republican nominee former President Donald Trump…
“President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign is a ‘five-alarm fire.’ It’s a cardiac case in need of a ‘defibrillator.’ Or a lemming on course to ‘slowly march into the sea and drown,’” NBC News wrote, reporting readers’ sentiments.
A growing chorus of Democrats appear to be opposed to Biden’s re-election campaign. Many notable liberals have commented on Biden’s advanced age, saying voters will not want to vote for a man in his mid-80s.
Others have complained about Biden’s low approval ratings, which have dogged him for most of his time in office. Some of the more notable Democrats turning on Biden include black host Charlamagne Tha God, strategist David Axelrod, columnist David Ignatius, and host Bill Maher.
Democrats appear to be worried that Biden’s many flubs, gaffes, and tumbles are hurting his image as well. Shockingly missing from most liberals’ commentary, however, are the growing allegations of crime against Biden and his family. Although it is likely Democrats are discussing this problem behind closed doors.
A recent poll of must-win battleground states shows Trump leading. In some cases, he has a ten-point lead over Biden, well outside the margin of error. Polls also reveal an exodus of black and Hispanic voters from the Biden campaign, which could spell his eventual failure.
- Democrats are starting to openly oppose Biden’s re-election campaign.
- They fear low polling, his advanced age, and a long string of bad approval numbers.
- This comes as swing state polls reveal Trump is leading Biden by large margins.