Biden may not run — and top Dems are quietly preparing

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Disastrous Democrat Joe Biden could possibly be backing down from running for his second term for President after humiliating the Democrat Party into trying to push him out of his seat.

The five generations-long government dependent may soon be getting off the government payroll.

“The president no longer seems absolutely certain to go for a second term, leaving the party, his top aides, and potential candidates unsure about ’24 and very quietly mulling plan B,” Politico reported this week, after Biden’s promise to Ukraine to support them and fund their endless war for the rest of this time in power.

Biden, longing for admiration and appreciation abroad, even reported to the foreign press that he was embarrassed by his name not sounding foreign enough:

The news of Biden’s likely retreat comes at the same time he traveled to Poland- making a stop in Ukraine and making jokes about how he wanted to add ‘ski’ to his last name to sound less American.

While pandering overseas, Biden-ski was simultaneously ignoring a massive disaster in his home country of the United States of America, where Americans in Ohio were in dire need of help from the government.

The New York Post reported a blistering smackdown of Biden’s week, which delivered ‘American Last’ optics and messaging that is sure to make his re-election even more impossible:

“President Joe Biden’s “Put Americans Last” policy is on full display with the Ohio chemical-spill disaster,” NYP reported, adding:

“Fearing for their lives, residents of the small town of East Palestine have been forced to evacuate their homes, their eyes burning, their skin mottled with rashes, their drinking water suspect — yet the Federal Emergency Management Agency refused to help for two weeks. What a contrast to the immediate help FEMA provides when buses of illegal immigrants roll into Washington, DC, or New York.

To assist illegal migrants, FEMA-funded charity workers literally meet the buses and begin distributing food, hotel rooms, rental assistance, legal counsel, and health care — the very things the East Palestine victims also need. And the omnibus spending bill Biden signed in December gives FEMA a whopping $800 million expressly to pay for migrants’ needs as they arrive in US cities from the southern border.

Yet Biden is giving the people of this Ohio town — working-class, taxpaying citizens who are 98% white — the cold shoulder. Under Biden, FEMA apparently stands for First Embrace Migrants and Aliens. FEMA is the welcome wagon for illegal immigrants.”

Of course, the optic of Biden’s entire administration under his leadership is a disaster for the American people, and it is highly likely that Biden could not get enough votes to win according to consistent polling showing that Democrats want a different president almost as much as Republicans do.

“WATCH: Confronted with Biden’s historically bad polling numbers, @RubenGallego says he’ll be happy to campaign with Biden in Arizona. A new poll found even 58% of Democrats don’t want Biden to run again.”

Conservative Brief reported on the polling that showed President Donald J. Trump, a candidate for President in 2024, could beat Biden.

“President Joe Biden just got another round of horrible news after a new Harvard CAPS-Harris Poll found that former President Donald Trump leads Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris in hypothetical 2024 match-ups.”

“Forty-six percent of those surveyed said they would vote for Trump over Biden if the 2024 election were held today, compared to 41 percent who said they would support the president. Thirteen percent were unsure or didn’t know. By a wider margin, 49 percent of respondents would vote for Trump and 39 percent would vote for Harris if the 2024 race were between the two. Thirteen percent were unsure or didn’t know,” The Hill reported.

Politico reported more details about the chances of Biden running for POTUS again:

“Joe Biden’s closest advisers have spent months preparing for him to formally announce his reelection campaign. But with the president still not ready to make the plunge, a sense of doubt is creeping into conversations around 2024: What if he decides not to?

Biden’s past decisions around seeking the presidency have been protracted, painstaking affairs. This time, he has slipped past his most ambitious timetable, as previously outlined by advisers, to launch in February. Now they are coalescing around April.

But even that target is less than definitive. People in the president’s orbit say there is no hard deadline or formal process in place for arriving at a launch date decision. According to four people familiar with the president’s thinking, a final call has been pushed aside as real-world events intervene. His cloak-and-dagger trip to Kyiv over the holiday weekend took meticulous planning and the positive reaction to it was seen internally as providing him with more runway to turn back to domestic politics.

While the belief among nearly everyone in Biden’s orbit is that he’ll ultimately give the all-clear, his indecision has resulted in an awkward deep-freeze across the party — in which some potential presidential aspirants and scores of major donors are strategizing and even developing a Plan B while trying to remain respectful and publicly supportive of the 80-year-old president.”


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