CNN talk show host Jake Tapper issued a warning to Democrat ROTUS Joe Biden after Biden supported a decision by the Democratic National Convention (DNC) to move the coveted ‘first-in-the-nation’ primary from Iowa to South Carolina- because New Hampshire does not have enough Black voters for the best race propaganda for the 2024 election.
Tapper stated that he would not personally support Biden over the decision, which isn’t a huge problem given that most people do not support Biden’s re-election campaign at this time.
Jon Doughtery reported for Conservative Brief with more details of Tapper’s comments:
If the plan holds, South Carolina will hold its primary vote on Feb. 3. Three days later, New Hampshire and Nevada will hold theirs, “swapping the caucus it used to hold in favor of a primary.” Then comes Georgia’s primary on Feb. 13, followed by Michigan on Feb. 27, with most of the rest of the country holding primaries on Super Tuesday in early March.
During his Saturday show, Tapper played a clip of DNC delegate Steve Shurtleff, who said he won’t be backing Biden of the party replaces New Hampshire in the primary process.
“If people think that it’s cold in New Hampshire right now, wait until Joe Biden goes there after he’s gotten rid of them as the first-in-the-nation primary,” Tapper noted, playing a video clip of Shurtleff, who is a former New Hampshire House speaker, declaring he won’t support Biden if the changes go through.
“I’ll look for another candidate before I support Joe Biden if he should go so far as to take away the first-in-the-nation primary from the Granite State,” he said.
“That’s a Biden delegate,” Tapper warned ominously.
CNN Analyst Leigh Ann Caldwell said: “Two New Hampshire senators didn’t go to a party at the White House because they were so mad at President Biden about this. People in New Hampshire, politicos are saying it is going jeopardize him winning the general election in 2024 should he run again. New Hampshire’s taking this very, very personally.”
In terms of Biden’s probable reelection effort, recent polls suggest that most Americans do not want him to run again, owing to his elderly age.
According to the findings of a December CNBC All-America Economic Survey, the majority of respondents do not want Biden to run again in 2024.
“The survey found 61% of the public think Trump should not seek the presidency, compared with 30% who believe he should. And 70% say Biden should not run for a second term with just 19% supporting a run,” CNBC reported, citing the survey’s results.
“Substantial numbers in each politicians’ own party prefer their names not be on the ballot, including 37% of Republicans who don’t want Trump to run along with 61% of independents and 88% of Democrats,” the report continued. “For Biden, 57% of Democrats say he shouldn’t stand for office in 2024 along with 66% of independents and 86% of Republicans.”
The report included further findings from the survey.
Aside from his age, Biden has additional issues. Despite a stronger-than-expected Democratic showing in congressional elections and some legislative achievements, Biden’s overall popularity fell to 41% from 46% in the October poll, while his disapproval rose to 54% from 50%. The President’s economic approval fell from 40% to 38%, while disapproval increased by one point to 57%.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Just 20% of the public think the Biden administration’s efforts to ease inflation are helping, a five-point decline from October; 28% believe they are hurting, a two-point decline, and 49% say they’re not making much difference, a 7-point jump. CONTINUE READING…