Obama Drops Atom Bomb On Joe Biden

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Former President Barack Obama is becoming increasingly disenchanted with President Joe Biden’s prospects in the upcoming November election, as revealed by a highly reliable informant who discussed the deepening divide between the two families with Tucker Carlson.

Although the Obamas and Bidens have never had a particularly strong relationship, the president’s lackluster performance in the recent debate has greatly intensified concerns about his diminishing mental sharpness and his capability to counter former President Donald Trump’s criticisms. According to Carlson’s post on X, Obama is quietly expressing his complaints to his supporters, acknowledging that Biden “cannot succeed” and has not yet been honest with his former vice president about his true sentiments.

“Obama’s tweet supporting Joe Biden was disingenuous. In private, Obama is telling people Biden can’t win, and he is therefore in favor of an open convention,” Carlson reported. “Obama will not say whom he supports, nor as of yesterday afternoon had he met personally with Biden to deliver the message.”

According to the same source, it has been reported by other news organizations that first lady Dr. Jill Biden has isolated her husband from his advisers and external individuals who could potentially persuade the 81-year-old to halt his presidential campaign before the party’s August convention.
“Relations between the Obamas and the Bidens have never been warm. At times they’ve been hostile. But recently they’ve deteriorated further, mostly due to Jill Biden. In the hours and days after the debate, she kept her husband cloistered away from anyone who might convince him to drop out. Jill Biden is the driving force behind her husband’s reelection campaign, just as she was in 2020, when other members of the family (including Biden’s sister Val) considered him too impaired to run,” Carlson added.

Following Biden’s decisive defeat in the debate, President Obama encouraged his supporters on X to move beyond the outcome. Instead, he said that they should prioritize the comparison of tangible outcomes between “someone who has fought for ordinary folks his entire life and someone who only cares about himself.”

“Last night didn’t change that, and it’s why so much is at stake in November,” the former president wrote, notably omitting whether he himself plans to vote for Biden.

The conflict is exacerbated by former first lady Michelle Obama’s decision not to endorse Biden. President Obama’s well-liked spouse has never forgiven the Biden family for effectively supporting Kathleen Buhle, the president’s son’s previous spouse, who was wed to him for 24 years before the two parted ways in 2017. Since then, Michelle has confided in close friends that she thinks her close buddy has been harmed. Michelle hasn’t even shared anything on social media to help the Democratic incumbent’s campaign, despite the fact that President Obama and Biden have been seen together on the campaign trail, including at a recent lavish event in Hollywood. Only after being forewarned by prominent national Democrats about the potential consequences of a second Trump presidency was she forced to join Biden’s 2020 campaign.

Prominent Democrats have forecast that in the event that Joe Biden withdraws, Michelle Obama will be aggressively pursued to enter the contest. But only Presidents Obama and Clinton, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) could pull off that incredible feat. Pelosi’s allies claim they have a plan in place to talk to Biden about leaving if the mounting chorus of voices calling for him to step down becomes too loud to ignore.

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