Joe Biden is running for re-election.
The polls show that Americans could see a rematch between Donald Trump and Biden.
But Joe Biden is trying to hide one dark secret that will change everything about the 2024 election.
For more than two years, polls have shown a distinct lack of enthusiasm for an 80-year-old Joe Biden seeking a second term.
Exit polls from the midterm elections – a contest where Democrats beat expectations – showed that two-thirds of voters opposed Biden running for re-election.
Even Biden’s own party keeps sending him the message that it’s time to pack it up.
Poll after poll shows as many as 75 percent of Democrats do not want Biden as their candidate in 2024.
Now Democrats are sending this message to Biden through their bank accounts.
The 24-hour period after a candidate announces a run for election is traditionally the biggest one-day fundraising haul a campaign can expect before winning the nomination.
But the Biden campaign did not release its first 24-hour fundraising totals after Biden announced his run for re-election.
And the fact that Biden did not release his first-day fundraising totals speaks to the level of problems Biden faces as an incumbent president.
In fact, those familiar with the numbers say Biden did not even match the first-day fundraising numbers from when he announced his candidacy in 2020.
The Wall Street Journal reports:
Following the campaign launch, Mr. Biden’s team declined to release his initial fundraising totals, including the amount raised during the campaign’s first 24 hours—numbers that campaigns often choose to release as a way to show momentum.
People familiar with the early fundraising said the president didn’t surpass the amount raised during the first 24 hours of Mr. Biden’s 2020 campaign, when he brought in $6.3 million from about 97,000 donors, his campaign said at the time.
Democrats’ hesitancy to support Biden stems from the fact that everyone knows Biden is just too old and cognitively impaired to stay in office until he’s 86, which is how old Biden would be at the end of a second term.
A new ABC/Washington Post poll shows Donald Trump leading Joe Biden by six points – and that just 32 percent of Americans think Biden is mentally sharp enough to carry out the duties of president.
The American people viewing Biden as senile also helps explain why this poll found Donald Trump leading Biden with the critical suburban swing vote 45 to 39 percent.
Trump also leads Biden with independents by eight points.
The Washington Post reports:
Among independents, 42 percent say they would definitely or probably back Trump, 34 percent say they are for Biden, and nearly a quarter say they are either undecided, would vote for neither or would not vote at all. Those findings mark a drop-off in support for Biden compared with the 2020 results, when he won independents by nine points…
Biden won suburban voters in 2020 with 54 percent of the vote, according to that same Pew study. In the new Post-ABC poll, Trump slightly leads Biden among suburbanites, with Trump at 45 percent and Biden at 39 percent, a difference that is within the poll’s margin of error. Trump has a huge lead among rural voters while Biden has a small lead among urban voters.
Democrats only nominated Joe Biden in 2020 because the party elites and leftwing base judged him to be the best candidate to defeat Trump.
That no longer holds true as the Real Clear Politics polling average shows Trump leading Biden by one point.
And in response, Democrat voters are willing to use every means at their disposal to signal to Joe Biden that he should not run again in 2024.
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