‘Not Real Comfortable’: Left-Wing Alarms Frantically Sound as Biden’s Campaign Continues to Fall Apart

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Recent polling has established that Joe Biden is the most unpopular president in modern history. Now, as the embattled president’s seemingly unorganized, no-message, gaffe-filled 2024 campaign continues to run on hate-filled fumes, an increasing number of Democrats are frantically sounding the alarm in public.

So is left-wing Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). 

The ever-pleasant Sanders is beside himself:

A statement like the above from Socialist Bernie™ wouldn’t have been all that newsworthy when the floundering Biden was Joe Biden 1.0 — moderate, by today’s Democrat “standards” — but Biden 2.0 has tacked so far to the left throughout his presidency that his policies are virtually indistinguishable from those of Sanders.

Then again, there’s no such thing as too far left on Planet Bernie.

As Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss). put it — amusingly so, in my opinion — he’s “not real comfortable” with the level of “diversity” in Biden’s campaign. 

“And so I think it’s just a matter of, you know, getting some more people under the tent,” Thompson reiterated. “And, so, how can we do this better?”

I’ll only counter with this: Biden nominated the first woman of color to the Supreme Court, picked the first woman —of color, as well — as his vice president, and has named multiple people of color to key administration positions, Rep. Thomas.

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) is also among key Democrats freaked out over the direction of Biden’s failing campaign.

In other words, which multiple Democrat politicians have suggested — out loud — along the way, rank-and-file Democrat voters aren’t smart enough to understand how good they have it under Joe’s stellar leadership. This is nonsense, of course, but there it is, just the same.

Even First Lady Jill Biden’s former top aide and spokesperson Michael LaRosa has openly criticized Biden’s campaign strategy. 

Two obvious — and hilarious — points. 

First, Joe Biden’s entire campaign consists of comparing Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler and MAGA Republican “extremists” and “white supremacists” to NAZIs, so please with the smears and lies nonsense.

Second, LaRosa admitted that Joe Biden is incapable of running his own campaign by suggesting “it’s up to” his wife to right the ship. What is that?

Democrat strategist David Axelrod was among the first to seriously sound the alarm, in late 2023:

Incidentally, principal deputy Biden-Harris campaign manager Quentin Fulks said last Sunday that he understands why many Democrats have concerns.

Yeah, no. Democracy is not at stake. Not because of Donald Trump or Republican policies, that is.

The Bottom Line

One would think — a Democrat one, that is — that if Trump was anywhere even close to the near-demonic, megalomaniacal, wanna-be dictator that Joe Biden and the Democrat Party desperately try to frame him, Biden would be winning this race by a country mile.

So, my Democrat friends, is it possible in your Trump-loathing minds that the problem might just be Biden himself — and neither his message nor his lousy campaign? 

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