It’s not all good for Biden. President Biden seemed down on his luck, as a week ago, he had just been diagnosed with COVID-19, after saying “If you’re vaccinated, you’re not going to be hospitalized, you’re not going to be in the ICU unit,” at his February town hall, noting that since the vaccines “cover” the highly transmissible Delta variant of the virus; “You’re not going to get Covid if you have these vaccinations.”
Since Biden took office, luck is not on his side- with the recently released poll showing Biden’s rating as the lowest in all history.
Joe Biden has been president of the United States for barely 2 years, and in that short period of time, Biden has managed to cause America into crisis. His weak leadership and lack of foreign policy strategy have crippled the United States power and influence on the world stage.
The failures go on and on —as Gas prices are at the highest they’ve been in weeks, the all-important climate legislation he had been pushing seemed dead in the water, as he allows hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens to pour across the borders, global recession, the catastrophe in Afghanistan and the hypocrisy of the vaccine mandates and many more.
And as if things couldn’t appear any worse, even his own political party is now refusing Biden. For a candidate who ran as a centrist and a unifier, he has done neither since taking the oath of office.
Biden has repeatedly demonstrated a remarkable facility for toppling over to pressure from the far left of his own party.
Initially, most Democrats wanted someone else to run for their party’s nomination in 2024.
As CNN poll this week found that 75 percent of Democrats want someone other than Biden to run in 2024, following up on a similar poll earlier in the month from The New York Times and Siena College.
In a local radio interview on Thursday, Democratic Representative Dean Phillips said that he would not support Biden running again in 2024, instead calling for a “generational change” at the top of the ticket, and with Rep. Angie Craig’s (D-MN) who also public calls for a replacement of the president.
During an interview with WCCO-AM, when asked if he would support Biden in a reelection campaign the next cycle, Phillips, the two-term congressman considered to be a moderate, responded “no.”
“I think the country would be well-served by a new generation of compelling, well-prepared, dynamic Democrats who step up,” he said on Chad Hartman’s radio show.
“And I think most of my colleagues agree with that,” Phillips added.
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