Biden’s Democrat Party is getting sick of him. Now they’re looking to make a change.
And this Democrat Congressman said three words that sent Biden into convulsions.
Joe Biden has already thrown his hat in the ring for re-election.
And if this was like any other election with any other candidate, he would be the no-brainer pick as the incumbent.
But he’s showing his mental and physical weaknesses, and there are many.
For some Democrats, it’s just too much to ask them to support him again when his numbers are terrible and governance worse.
Rep. Dean Phillips, D-Minn., said anyone interested in running for President Biden’s Democratic primary nomination in 2024 should “take the chance.”
On NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday, Phillips said he “adores” Biden but wants him to “pass the torch” to new leaders.
“I would like to see a moderate governor, hopefully from the heartland, from one of the four states that Democrats will need,” he remarked.
He continued, “Anybody who wants to run, Joe Manchin, Cornel West … that’s why we have primaries because that doesn’t undermine the likelihood of returning, in this case, a Democrat to the White House. I’m actively inviting, encouraging to some degree, imploring, that people who are ready and know it’s probably time to do so take the chance.”
According to Fox News’ Lisa Boothe, Democrats would “love” to “get rid” of Biden but would be “stuck” with Vice President Harris.
“I saw a recent poll where even 50% of Democrats wanted a different nominee in the 2024 election,” she told “The Big Weekend Show.”
“I think I’ve seen the number as high as 75%, right? So, they’d love to get rid of him, but then you’re stuck with Kamala Harris, and so that presents an interesting scenario for them. How do you get rid of both of them? I mean, Kamala Harris is the least popular vice president in American history, even less popular than Dick Cheney after he shot someone. So, that’s saying something [and] that’s the challenge for them.”
Boothe went on to say that the Democratic Party does not want to encourage a third-party bid because it could cost them the election in 2024.
Co-host Joe Concha called it a “fool’s errand” for a member of Biden’s party to challenge him for the nomination because the DNC had already stated that the president would not debate.
“Joe Biden can run, and Joe Biden can win. And I look at this New York Times focus group, and it was done by Kristen Soltis Anderson [who] I think is quite good at what she does. And they took 12 Biden voters, and they asked all 12 of them – this is 2020 Biden voters – Do you think Joe Biden’s a strong leader? All 12 answered no. Do you think he’s disappointing as a president? All 12 answer yes. Do you think he should run in 2024? All 12 answer no. Who are you voting for in 2024? All 12 answer Joe Biden,” Concha said.
“People vote against candidates these days, not for them. And that’s what I think the Democrats are banking,” he added.
“I voted against Trump,” said Donnia, a 62-year-old independent from Illinois.
Claudia, a 28-year-old Florida independent, said she supported Biden in 2020 because he was the “lesser of two evils.”
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