As Joe Biden’s first term continues to swirl the proverbial drain, there are plenty of folks in the Democratic Party who are already desperately seeking some way to remain in the White House – even if that means jilting Sleepy Joe.
Biden was a reluctant candidate who had to be coerced into even running for office, purportedly in part by Mitt Romney, (of all people). Once he arrived at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, there was no magic infusion of enthusiasm or motivation, and the nation as a whole has been stuck in a nigh-endless rut ever since.
For what it’s worth, the Commander in Chief has suggested on several occasions that he’d be seeking reelection in 2024, but a new poll appears to suggest that this is not such a great idea.
Only 26 percent of likely voters want to see His Fraudulency Joe Biden run for reelection in 2024, according to the latest from Rasmussen Reports.
The question was asked simply: “Should Joe Biden run for reelection in 2024?”Trending:
Only 26 percent said yes, while a whopping 60 percent said no. Fourteen percent don’t know.\
And there’s more bad new for Biden as well…
Biden is even in trouble with Democrats. Only a plurality of forty-four percent said yes to Biden’s second term, while 40 percent said no.
Among black voters, Biden is in real trouble. A majority, 56 percent, do not want Biden to run again. Only 30 percent do. Black voters are the voters who put Biden over the top in the 2020 primary.
Some within the Democratic Party have begun openly planning for the possibility that Biden will not seek reelection, including California Governor Gavin Newsom, who has already suggested that he’s ready to run if the incumbent does not.