Incumbent president Joe Biden has allegedly revealed plans that he will seek re-election in 2024, per sources at NBC. Biden is said to have told Al Sharpton his intentions during a private conversation with the career grifter and current MSNBC host last month.
The bombshell revelation comes as Biden’s poll numbers continue cratering, especially among formerly-reliable voting blocs like the Hispanic community. There, Biden is watching support evaporate as he continues adopting open border policies and Demcorats move furhter left on social issues like abortion.
NBC wrote of Biden’s future plans:
President Joe Biden told the Rev. Al Sharpton that he will seek a second term in a private conversation at the White House last month, Sharpton informed his National Action Network staff in Washington later that day.
“I’m going to do it again,” Biden said as he posed for a photograph in the Roosevelt Room with Sharpton, who is also an MSNBC host, according to an official of Sharpton’s National Action Network who recounted Sharpton’s description. “I’m going.”
NBC continued its report by noting that Biden has not made an official declaration, for various reasons. We can only assume that the DNC is watching the incumbent fail at almost every turn, and justified concerns over his health and state of mind constantly plague an ever-watchful public. What’s more, there are certain laws that his handlers need to be mindful of.
While Biden allies have said he will seek re-election, he has shied away from declaring it unequivocally, at least in part to avoid triggering campaign finance reporting laws. His remarks to Sharpton at the tail end of a meeting with the leaders of several of the country’s most prominent civil rights organizations represent a stronger assertion that he will be on the ballot again.
Perhaps one of the least surprising features of this rumored conversation is that Biden would confide in a black kingmaker; it would not be the first time. Biden and Democrats desperately rely on overwhelming black support despite decades of ruining black communities.
In 2020, Biden also sought Sharpton’s support for the nomination. This came at a time in 2019 when Kamala Harris and Cory Booker had not yet conceded. Sharpton had not declared support for anyone, but at the very least Biden was seeking his neutrality on the subject. No doubt Biden brokered a deal to place a black person on the ticket.
Moreover, during the primaries then-candidate Biden was struggling to get off the ground, losing to communists like Pete Buttigeg and Elizabeth Warren in Iowa, New Hampshire, and elsewhere. It was in South Carolina that Biden’s prospects were all but secured after he got support from the state’s black congressional leaders based on the pledge to seat the Supreme Court’s first black woman.
Does the tokenization get any more pathetic? Joe Biden won the party’s nomination for using the inept Kamala Harris and the decidedly non-biologist Ketanji Brown-Jackson as tools for his power grab.
It remains to be seen if and when Joe Biden will declare his candidacy for the White House in 2024. At that time, it will also be interesting to see if the failing Democrat Party coalesces around an aged, demented, and unpopular figure or if they instead choose to forge ahead in a nasty in-fight to secure a more votable candidate.
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