President Biden’s stumbling and bumbling has reached an all-time high, and the American electorate is taking notice. It’s starting to feel like a game of “Where’s Joe?” as they witness him meandering off course on stage, extending his hand for non-existent handshakes, and yes, even taking tumbles. It’s like watching a modern-day version of “I Spy” gone wrong.
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But it’s not just his physical mishaps that have people concerned; it’s his verbal blunders as well. The mumbling and incoherent remarks are becoming more frequent, leaving audiences scratching their heads. And let’s not forget that time he searched for a deceased lawmaker among the living, like a confused Sherlock Holmes. But perhaps the most bewildering of all is his talk of building a railroad across an ocean. It’s as if he’s taken a wrong turn and ended up in the land of make-believe.
What’s even more alarming is Biden’s tendency to veer off script and then openly admit that he’s “going to get in trouble.” It’s like watching a child caught with their hand in the cookie jar, except this child happens to be the President of the United States. It raises serious questions about his ability to lead and make sound decisions.
As speculation mounts about his reelection campaign, it’s clear that Biden’s lackluster effort is raising eyebrows. With a barely-there operation, minimal spending, and a distinct absence on the campaign trail, one has to wonder if he’s truly committed to running. And it seems that a majority of voters are hoping he’s not. According to a recent DailyMail.com/Tipp Poll, a whopping 67 percent of respondents agreed that Biden should step aside and let younger Democrats vie for the party’s 2024 nomination.
What’s particularly unsettling for Biden is that even within his own party, doubts are growing. A surprising 56 percent of Democrat voters also believe he should step aside. It seems like only a third of left-leaning Americans have any faith in his ability to run for reelection. Ouch!
While the race against Biden has thus far attracted long-shot candidates like Marianne Williamson and Robert F. Kennedy Jr., more prominent Democrats are eagerly waiting in the wings. One such contender is California Governor Gavin Newsom, who is making moves that scream “I’m running!” From setting up his own political action committee to cozying up to Sean Hannity on Fox News, Newsom is leaving no doubt that he’s eyeing a shot at the presidency. Some have even suggested that he’s conducting a “shadow primary” campaign, like a sneaky politician caught up in cloak-and-dagger politics.
But it seems that Californians aren’t too thrilled about the prospect of losing their governor to national ambitions. In fact, a Quinnipiac poll revealed that a whopping 70 percent of Californians do not want Newsom to seek higher office in the upcoming election. The Golden State may not be so golden for Newsom after all.
All of this uncertainty and speculation surrounding Biden’s future and the potential rise of other Democratic contenders only underscore his waning popularity. It’s clear that there’s growing dissatisfaction among voters, both within and outside of his own party. One can only hope that clarity and stability will prevail soon, for the sake of the country and the sanity of those trying to make sense of it all.