Washington, D.C. – The midterms are approaching and 2024 is right on the other side. Democrats are seeing the repercussions of a failed presidency and disastrous liberal agenda. 

“A startling number of lawmakers in President Biden’s own party have been unwilling in recent days to say he should seek re-election in 2024, amid gnawing fears he’ll be too old or unpopular to win.

Why it matters: Backing your own party’s first-term president is usually so automatic that no one would bother to ask. But behind the scenes, there’s a very real concern that going all in on Biden could be a mistake.” – Axios

Democrats are all in on Joe Biden’s radical agenda that has led the country in the wrong direction: inflation, skyrocketing gas prices, recession, open borders, high crime rates and a weak foreign policy. As Biden’s approval numbers continue to crater, Democrats are attempting to run away from a President whose agenda they support 100% of the time.

“By the numbers: Biden’s overall approval rating with Americans has sunk to 39%.

  • Only one in four Democratic voters said they’d want him to run again in 2024, per a July poll from The New York Times and Siena College.
  • Age and job performance were the top factors. Roughly 94% of Democrats under 30 don’t want him to be the nominee next time.”

John Fetterman, Mandela Barnes, Maggie Hassan and Michael Bennet love to support Joe Biden’s radical agenda, but when it comes to answering the simple question of if they support him running again, mums the word.


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