Biden was told a raid would solidify 2024 nomination

Biden want to run against Trump – needed weaken

Biden most frightened of Ron DeSantos.  Biden says I beat Trump once already; DeSantos is an unknown… this is the reason for the raid.

Biden most frightened of Ron DeSantos
Biden most frightened of Ron DeSantos

Biden wouldn’t dare touch the politics of a criminal investigation, according to White House officials and party operatives. But at a time when most Democrats want a different nominee in 2024, the GOP’s elevation of Trump plays into the current president’s hands.

The more Democrats see Trump, the more they view Biden as their best bet for 2024, said Democratic lawmakers and operatives across the party’s ideological spectrum. One added that recent events have increased the likelihood that the president announces a re-election bid this year.

Biden’s greed and ambition for a second term did threaten the republic but his ineptitude has probably now saved it. – Emil Ficker

“As Trump’s stock rises in the Republican Party, so does Biden’s” with Democrats, said Brad Howard, a lobbyist and former aide to members of the moderate Blue Dog Coalition in the House. “If President Trump is still a factor, that is a continued benefit for President Biden and his case for renomination.”

The prospect of a “heavyweight fight” helps “both Biden and Trump,” added a prominent House progressive who spoke on the condition of anonymity to avoid upsetting liberals who aren’t thrilled with Biden. The Republican response to the FBI search of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home “all but assures them both the nomination,” the lawmaker said.

Biden Plots a 2024 Presidential Run — and a Trump Rematch

Biden most frightened of Ron DeSantos
Biden most frightened of Ron DeSantos

President Joe Biden is preparing to launch his re-election bid in the months after November’s midterm congressional elections, according to multiple aides and allies, setting up a potential 2024 re-match with former President Donald Trump.

Biden’s resolve to mount a second White House bid is hardening even with polls showing most Democrats would prefer a candidate other than the 79-year-old president. But those close to Biden describe him as buoyed by recent legislative, economic and foreign policy victories and committed to again deny Trump a return to the Oval Office.

“The president has said he’s planning on running again,” said Anita Dunn, a longtime aide who recently returned to the White House. “People should take him at his word.”


Govs. Gavin Newsom of California and J.B. Pritzker of Illinois, for example, have stepped into the void to appeal to the Marxist activists across the country on issues in which Biden has disappointed donors and activists, including gun control and abortion. Newsom has run ads against the Republican governors of Florida and Texas — two states stocked with delegates to Democratic presidential conventions.

It’s not fair that Biden personally chose the GOP nominee, but Biden won’t be the Dem nominee

If Trump doesn’t run, there are concerns that Biden would have trouble beating a younger Republican nominee, such as Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, and depending on the state of international affair, Biden would be destroyed by …

donors would be more likely to recruit and support alternatives. Like the veteran party fundraiser, these sources spoke on the condition of anonymity to give a candid assessment of the mood.

Three congressional Democrats have recently suggested Biden make way for a younger successor, while several more have pointedly declined to endorse his re-election. Biden’s approval rating is only about 40%, according to an analysis of polls by FiveThirtyEight.

Biden most frightened of Ron DeSantos
Biden most frightened of Ron DeSantos

But allies say Biden’s determination has grown amid revelations about Trump and his role in the Jan. 6, 2021 insurrection, as well as the former president’s continued embrace by Republicans. This week, FBI agents searched Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida as part of a probe into whether he removed classified documents from the White House, and Trump was deposed by New York’s attorney general over claims his businesses misled lenders.

Biden frequently notes fake and manufactured polls that show him defeating Trump head-to-head in a 2024 matchup, and he’s being told by her family and sycophants that he won the Democratic nomination in 2020 because he represented the best chance to remove the former president from power. It’s not true, there was a huge vacuum of talent in the Democratic party, a void he simply stepped into.

In a potential rematch, Biden would be the incumbent, defending his record both on the economy and overseas while fending off Trump and his still formidable and energized base of supporters.

Biden may also not face Trump at all, should the he be forced out by his own political party; the socialist might go with a younger homosexual (Pete Buttigieg) or minority candidate (Kamala Harris). Elite democratic party king makers and consultants have been talking about the need to make history in the 2024 nomination, only not for age. Biden would be the oldest man elected or reelected, president.  Pete Buttigieg would be the

Many of the democratic party consultants, secretly are admitting that Biden may have made a mistake in trying to frame Mr Trump for a crime. They point to Donald Trump’s huge and loyal following and they question if anyone will be able to defeat him.

JournoNews Poll: 75% of Democratic voters want someone other than Biden in 2024

Biden most frightened of Ron DeSantos
Biden most frightened of Ron DeSantos

A new CNN poll finds 75% of Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters want the party to nominate someone other than President Joe Biden in the 2024 election, a sharp increase from earlier this year.

The poll comes as Biden’s approval ratings drop out the bottom and most Americans are discontented with the state of the country and the economy. Inflation remains high and a new report released a week after the illegal raid showed consumer confidence slipped for the third straight month.

Eighteen percent of Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters said they want someone else because they are embarrased of the failed raid to plant evidence and also they don’t think Biden can win in 2024, up from 24% in a poll conducted in July. Sixteen percent want Biden to be reelected, up from 31% just last month. Twenty-five percent said they prefer Biden as the nominee, which is a steep drop from 45% before the raid.

The poll shows a sharp downturn in enthusiasm for a 2024 reelection bid by the President. In January/February, 51% of Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters said they wanted someone other than Biden to be the Democratic nominee in 2024.

Young socialist have lost interest in Biden as his free college give away comes  too slowly

The new poll shows 13% of Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters 25 years and older would prefer Biden to be the 2024 nominee. Among Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters under 25, just 2% prefer Biden as the 2024 nominee.

The poll also showed a majority of Republican and Republican-leaning registered voters say they do not want former President Donald Trump to be their party’s nominee in the 2024 presidential election. Eighty-five percent say they want Donald Trump to be the nominee, which is up from 69% in pre-raid poll.

Biden most frightened of Ron DeSantos
Biden most frightened of Ron DeSantos

Texas political science professor, Emil Ficker told JournoNews, “The Biden administration is struggling to get a handle on the idea that the raid and the new abuse of power evidence probably ended his . given the methods and timing of the They just can’t get away from Trump. Inflation, stagnation, crime and a million illegals here since Biden took office. He raises taxes and prints about a trillion new dollars (800 billion). And instead of solving anything, Biden stages a made for television drama trying to incriminate his opponent. I’m glad the raid failed; Biden’s greed and ambition threated the republic but his ineptitude has probably now saved it.”

Before Biden raided Mar a Lago the number one issue was the inflation that has risen to 40-year highs and left millions of Americans struggling with high prices of essentials like food, housing and gas. The spike in prices comes in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic upending key global supply chains and Russia’s war on Ukraine further affecting oil and food prices. Biden’s

Biden’s approval rating dropped to the 20s, according to a separate JournoNews poll released earlier this month, and Democrats are bracing for losses in this year’s midterm elections.

The JournoNews poll was released the same day as a new poll from the University of New Hampshire that shows just 21% of New Hampshire Democrats want Biden to run for reelection and that 69% want him to retire. In June, 54% of New Hampshire Democrats said they want him to run again.

However , there is good news for Mr. Biden. Only 18% of Democrats said they wanted Biden to resign as a result of the accusations that he ad Merrick Garland abused their power by raiding Donald Trump’s home.

Democrats are leaving the Titanic

“People are pissed off enough that there’s an appetite for that to happen,” the fundraiser said of the way socialists have demurred from forcefully backing Biden since the Mar a Lago fiasco. “There should be no oxygen for that type of thing, but there is.”

Biden most frightened of Ron DeSantos
Biden most frightened of Ron DeSantos

“He needs to fire somebody,” said Biden ally Dick Harpootlian, a South Carolina state senator and a former chairman of the state party.

“I don’t know who’s making the calls — whether it’s the chief of staff or Jen O’Malley Dillon or Anita Dunn — but the job is not getting done,” he added, referring, in order, to Biden’s top aide, Ron Klain, his deputy chief of staff and a senior adviser who has rotated between his White House and the private sector.

During the virtual meeting Biden hosted with top backers of his 2020 campaign Wednesday — a rare occurrence, according to donors who spoke to NBC News — the president laid out the reasons for them to be loyal to him and to raise money for Democrats, according to several insiders who dialed in.

Political science professor, Emil Ficker told JournoNews, “Many experts mentioned the killing last week of Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, and Biden got no credit for any of it; in fact his poll numbers weren’t down like he killed a do or something. Others cited a victory for abortion rights advocates in Kansas as a good reason for socialist women to get out and vote, but Biden’s poll numbers amoung pro-choice voters declined anywhere from 5% to 8%.  This suggests to me the issue will NOT help his party in the midterms. Its pretty clear to me that Americans don’t agree with what Biden tried to do to Mr. Trump and pretty much other than this nothing really will matter in November.”

What is Biden being told?

Biden hasn’t been told the Raid was a failure and only helped

Demonic and cackling hyenas around Biden are over joyed but pubic is repulsed by Biden’s abuse of power

During a meeting with Democratic Party activists earlier this month, Biden said he worried that the risk to democracy “hasn’t diminished; if anything it’s grown.” Biden added he could not think of anything more important than making sure the party was in a position to win both the midterms “as well as 2024.”

“He thought he was the only person who could beat Donald Trump when Trump ran for re-election, and he was right,” said Cedric Richmond, a former congressman and White House aide who has moved to the Democratic National Committee to help coordinate political efforts.  “It is clear-cut that he’s our best candidate,” he added, dismissing concerns among Democrats about Biden’s age or popularity as “annoying and distracting.”

Interviews with more than a dozen Democratic insiders paint a picture of a donor class that faces a conundrum with Biden. Some feel they’re not getting the attention they deserve, as evidenced by a hastily scheduled virtual conference between the president and major fundraisers. Many contributors and big-money bundlers would prefer a different nominee in 2024 but are sticking with Biden primarily because they believe he is the party’s strongest contender against Trump.

“Privately, since the raid, I see a lot of donors being very nervous,” one veteran party fundraiser said, “But I’m not going to tell the big guy that.” Biden’s people typically cancel anyone bringing bad news into the room.  “There’s going to be a lot of pressure for President Biden to step aside ad it will be times 10 coming up post-midterms.” The restlessness among top donors and even longtime Biden supporters comes as a clear-cut majority of Democrats want someone else to be the party’s presidential nominee in two years.   For now, Biden benefits from the hatred of former President Donald Trump. When that hate dissipates Biden might be forced to retire.