Ryan E.
May 13, 2023

Biden Campaign Off To "Slow Start"

This news isn't coming from some conservative conspiracy theorist. In fact, it's quite the opposite. It's actually one of the most prominent protectors of America's liberals:

The New York Times.

According to the New York Times, Joe Biden's 2024 presidential campaign that's roughly two weeks old is off to a "slow" start.

They blamed it on many pieces of the campaign still yet to be put in place, but Americans with common sense know what the real reasons are:

Voters are getting tired of not only Joe Biden, but dishonest liberals in general.

The liberals running this country do NOT care about average Americans, and the low donation numbers to Biden 2024 are proving that.

Not only are voters not eager to get behind Joe Biden, his own team doesn't appear to have too much enthusiasm either.

Reports indicated that Joe Biden's campaign manager hasn't even started her job yet. In addition, the campaigns seven co-chairs have yet to meet together even a single time for group discussion over strategy.

"There is little evidence of the typical preparation for a national political campaign," the Times lamented.

Perhaps even his team members realize that the man who's already America's oldest president ever couldn't make it through another four years? That leaves us with Kamala Harris, a situation that not even most Democrats are foolish enough to welcome.

The Times reports that Biden's campaign hopes its terrible fundraising numbers will be offset by massive help from the Democratic National Committee:

"For now, senior Biden officials are planning to push as many costs as they legally can to the party, which can raise far larger sums."

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