Biden in Disarray: Rebel Candidates Fuel Dem Panic as Voters Eye Exit

In a new twist for the struggling President Joe Biden, reports have emerged that his loyal followers are panicking over the possibility of voters ditching the unpopular president for third-party candidates. While the odds of these outsiders actually winning may be slim, the perseverance of Cornel West and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has proven to be a thorn in the side of the Democrat party establishment.

Adding to the mix is Senator Joe Manchin, who has teased a potential third-party run while affirming that he will not seek reelection to the Senate. This uncertainty has prompted a frenzy in the Democratic ranks, with various factions coalescing to ensure Biden remains in power.

The establishment’s nervousness is palpable, with the centrist Democratic think tank Third Way taking charge of coordinating efforts to maintain Biden’s support. This includes working to retain progressive voters, the Lincoln Project rallying moderates, and a bipartisan group founded by former House Democratic leader Richard Gephardt reaching out to donors and penning op-eds. Additionally, other organizations are stepping up to tackle potential campaign finance problems and legal challenges to third-party candidates.

Despite the historical rarity of third-party wins in modern elections, some candidates have impacted outcomes in the past. For instance, Ross Perot’s 1992 bid drew votes away from George H.W. Bush and was credited with aiding Bill Clinton’s victory. Similarly, Jill Stein was blamed for diminishing support for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, potentially contributing to Trump’s win in crucial states.

With Biden’s approval ratings plummeting amidst domestic and international challenges, West and Kennedy are capitalizing on this window of opportunity. The anxious Democrat establishment is scrambling to quash their momentum even going so far as to target a former Biden aide who has spoken out against the ailing campaign.

Biden’s frustration with the mainstream media’s accurate coverage of his economic failures – a cornerstone of his reelection strategy – has been palpable. Speculation has even surfaced about the possibility of Biden being replaced on the ballot due to widespread voter dissatisfaction.

West is not merely seeking attention but is strategically vying for votes, particularly within Arab American and radical factions of the party in critical swing states like Michigan and Minnesota. Exploiting the Democrats’ internal division on the Israel-Hamas conflict, West is making inroads with the party’s increasingly radicalized base, further chipping away at Biden’s support.

Moreover, Michigan and Minnesota’s political landscapes have undergone drastic changes due to an influx of refugees, catalyzing a shift towards radicalism and left-wing politics. Representatives Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, both controversial figures within the Democratic party, stand as testament to this evolution, further complicating Biden’s reelection prospects.

Despite warnings from the Democratic establishment and Trump-opposing Republicans about the perils of third-party candidacy, disenchanted former Biden supporters may still look beyond the traditional options. With millions seeking an alternative to the faltering president, the protests from establishment Democrats and their “Never-Trump” Republican allies might not resonate as intended.


Written by Staff Reports

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