Joe Biden has a problem, which means the Democrat Party has a problem.
Black voters are leaving Joe Biden like someone just hit the jugular.
Biden's approval is down more than 50 percent from where it was when he first took office. More problematic than that, only about half of the black voters polled said they would support Biden as the Democrat candidate in 2024, reports NBC News.
Crashing and Burning
With the overwhelming majority of support from black voters, Joe Biden cannot win an election.
Black voters are and always have been the bread and butter of the Democrat Party.
Democrats promise them the world every four years, and they never deliver.
Well, people are finally realizing they are nothing more than pawns to Democrats. Additionally, they are starting to realize how much more they had in their pockets when Donald Trump was in office.
They want change, and they know they cannot get with Joe Biden in office. Destiny Humphreys, a South Carolina State University student, stated, "Honestly, I feel like right now America is in a state of emergency. We need some real change," reports Fox News.
Ironically, a state where Biden still sees considerable support among black voters is South Carolina, who are buying into Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.) telling them that Biden is there guy. I would love to hear what they think is better under Biden, because I sure cannot figure it out.
Clyburn's endorsement of Trump was literally a payoff. Biden got Clyburn's endorsement, and Clyburn's daughter was appointed as the federal co-chair of the Southeast Crescent Regional Commission in 2021.
Clyburn could care less about his constituents, and he will continue to lie to them knowing his daughter now has a cushy job with a fat government pension attached to it. To that point, Clyburn stated, "I'm all-in for President Biden. I think he's demonstrated, in these two years … that he is deserving of re-election. And I do believe he will be re-elected irrespective of who the Republicans, they put up."
A new ABC News poll had Biden down to +35 among black voters, when he was at +75 during the 2020 election. If those numbers hold, there is no way Joe Biden has a shot of winning in 2024.