May 19, 2024
Democrats Likely to Dump Biden
Biden is a historically weak candidate. He has no core beliefs, is corrupt down to his last cell, flip-flops worse than a Kerry, and can't get through two sentences without saying something provably false or utterly ridiculous.
Biden is a historically weak candidate. He has no core beliefs, is corrupt down to his last cell, flip-flops worse than a Kerry, and can’t get through two sentences without saying something provably false or utterly ridiculous.

As Democrat power brokers survey the constantly shifting ground in the lead-up to the national election, it is not hard to guess the candidate strategy discussions going on in their super-secret supervillain lairs.

Plan A: Hide a Biden

The first strategy is to run nobody at all, which is another way of saying they stick with Joe Biden.  The idea here is to use the current COVID-19 environment to keep Joe Biden safely tucked away and quiet while the media and surrogates do the heavy reinvention.

This is not an altogether bad strategy and probably the best one they have if Biden remains the candidate since it is becoming obvious to everyone not named Joe Biden that Biden’s sharpest days are long behind him.  Let’s be honest: he was never that sharp even in his glory days, but he was certainly a lot more lucid when he helped spearhead the despicable character assassination of Robert Bork.

What commends this strategy is that national presidential elections tend to be referenda on the incumbent.  With that in mind, there are worse ideas than sticking a muzzle on ole Joe and hiding him under a rock, or in a bunker full of rubber toys.

This is not to say candidates don’t matter.  Elections are fought on the margin for a small percentage of votes that can be shifted.  A strong or weak candidate can shift a small percentage of votes in either direction or change the turnout model.  In a closely divided country, small shifts are deadly.

Still, more people will vote based upon their perception of President Donald Trump than any thought about Joe Biden if the media-Democrat battle station can keep the latter shielded from scrutiny.

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See Also:

(1) Bernie once again steps down for the good of the Democrat Party

(2) Sanders suspends presidential campaign

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