Before the recent accusations levied against Hunter Biden, the surname Biden had already engendered widespread derision.
As time passes, an expanding cohort of Democrats and journalists leaning to the left overtly articulates their ire at the nomination of President Joe Biden for the 2024 election. Harold Meyerson, a left-leaning editor and Biden supporter, published an article titled “Are Democrats Sleepwalking to Disaster?” just recently. The primary contention asserts that “Biden is the candidate least able to defeat Donald Trump” and that “other Democrats need to enter the race.”
This apprehension is further exacerbated by the concerns of individuals who are troubled by the president’s advanced age or his alleged cognitive decline, factors that consistently generate video snippets featuring “Biden’s Senior Moment of the Week.”
Putting aside the fervent pursuit of political benefit, our attention is redirected towards the legal dimensions.
Prof. of law Jonathan Turley authored a blog entry titled “Democracies confront a moment of maddening truth with Hunter’s indictment” for The Hill. The Biden White House seems to be enveloped in a pervasive and alarming network of corruption, according to the “truth.” Turley asserts that “According to recent polling, nearly 70 percent of voters (and 40 percent of Democrats) believe that Biden has acted unlawfully or unethically or both.”
The purported corruption figures bear resemblance to those of Richard Nixon.
The esteemed legal authority further asserts: “It is now clear that Biden lied when he maintained as a candidate, and later as president, that he had no knowledge of his son’s business dealings with foreign interests… It is also now clear that he lied in denying that his son never made money in China. The indictment confirms massive transfers from Chinese sources.”
Diverse other members of the Biden family, including President Biden and his son Hunter, are frequently implicated in acts of malfeasance or influence peddling. At what point will an influential member of the Biden family concede defeat to spare the president and his family further humiliation?
Additionally, a recent article by Reuters explains why former President Trump could win in 2024.
Here are four reasons why Trump could win the November 2024 election against Democratic incumbent Joe Biden:
The Biden White House argues the economy is in good shape, with unemployment down to a near-historic low of 3.9% from 6.3% when Trump left office and inflation cooling from a peak over 9% in June 2022 to 3.2% as of October.
Large swaths of the public, including many voters of color and young voters, believe otherwise. They point to wages not keeping pace with the costs of essential goods and services such as groceries, cars, houses, child and elder care.
When Biden talks about the economy, Americans think about affordability, not economic indicators. Opinion polls show that voters by a large margin view Republicans as better stewards of the economy, even though Trump has offered only vague proposals.
There is also a pervasive sense of losing ground, that the cornerstones of American life – home ownership, a decent wage that keeps pace with inflation, a college education – are becoming more out of reach for many. Polls show voters are worried about crime and nervous about the flow of migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border illegally.
Trump can also take advantage of a White House that, so far, has been unable to persuade much of the public that Biden’s job-creation policies – through heavy government investment in infrastructure, clean energy and chip manufacturing – have made a difference to their lives.
Biden also has been saddled with a pair of foreign wars that have divided Americans. Trump’s non-interventionist, “America first” message may resonate with voters fearful of further U.S. involvement in Ukraine or Israel while Biden maintains a more traditional, interventionist American foreign policy.
As the 2024 election approaches, it becomes apparent that one citizen possesses the capacity to dissuade President Biden from seeking a second term in office. The subject under consideration is his wife, Jill Biden.
Irrespective of criticism, it is indisputable that President Biden and the first lady demonstrate a strong and affectionate marital union. Both individuals exhibit a remarkable degree of vigilance in protecting one another.
Spouses and children of presidents are generally regarded as taboo subjects, unless they voluntarily consent to participate in the discourse. An exemplary case in point is former First Lady Hillary Clinton, who maintains an exceptionally active stance.
Jill Biden and Hillary Clinton exhibit notable disparities in their implementation of Machiavellian politics.
It appears that her husband’s welfare is her highest priority. This situation presents a significant political quandary for the upcoming election: Will the first lady subtly yet decisively intervene to convince President Biden to abstain from running for reelection, considering the best interests of their family and the candidate?
Conservatives and Republicans anticipate that Joe Biden will be the Democratic nominee in the 2024 presidential election. Justification exists for that.
A considerable number of Democrats advocate for Biden to renounce his position and bestow his endorsement upon the Democratic National Committee. This would allow other candidates, including Kamala Harris and California Governor Gavin Newsom, to vie for the 2024 nomination.
At present, it appears that Jill Biden is the only person in the nation who possesses the capacity to bring about these Democratic ambitions.