The Democrats have been taking a bit of a victory lap of late, after having badgered a pair of moderates within the party to finally go along with the Biden agenda.
This means, unfortunately, a massive spending bill passing Congress during a time in which our economy is working against the American people.
Furthermore, Biden and VP Kamala Harris have done almost nothing to improve the situation at the southern border, rein in Russia, or bring consumer confidence back to an appropriate level.
This rampant stagnation has many prominent Democrats expressing their doubts about Biden’s political future.
As of Friday evening, the RealClearPolitics polling average showed almost 57 percent of Americans disapproving of his job performance and just under 40 percent approving. The biggest single culprit is inflation, which is at its highest point since the early 1980s.Trending:
The question marks around whether Biden should seek a second term, according to Democratic strategist Mark Longabaugh, “have to do with his age and his performance to date. People are just looking at that and going, ‘Is he really the strongest Democrat to try to hold the White House in 2024?’”
Longabaugh, who was a senior adviser to Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (I-Vt.) 2016 presidential campaign, made clear that he shared those doubts. He also noted that the public chorus of discontent is “an extraordinary situation” without any obvious parallel in recent decades.
Biden has consistently suggested that he’ll be running for office again in 2024, despite a growing chorus of discontent among his party.
So, not only is Biden ineffective, but he’s apparently oblivious as well.