June 30, 2024

Biden must concede he needs new way to beat Trump after Supreme Court weakens J6 convictions

Joe Biden is in a tough spot right now. Donald Trump hasn’t lost any support because of his convictions, and he just TROUNCED the incumbent in the first presidential debate.

As a result, Biden and his campaign have practically CONCEDED that their plan to lock Trump up in order to prevent him from winning the 2024 election isn't going to work.

Especially before the first debate, Joe Biden and his team were confident enough that Trump’s felony convictions would be enough to make voters not trust Donald.

Sorry Joe, all of America was able to see the difference in our candidates on the debate stage on June 27th.

Trump is a convicted felon who used absolutely zero facts or proof in the debate, his best points in the debate were about golf and Joe Biden was still destroyed.

Almost every single American who watched the debate understood immediately that they could never vote for Biden again.

Especially after the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to weaken the cases against those charged with J6 crimes, Joe’s probably not going to get Trump locked up soon enough to stop him from participating in the election.

Making matters worse, Biden proved that even if he does have a policy record better than Trump (he doesn’t), it doesn’t matter, because he can’t articulate it without appearing as though he’s been deceased for three years.

If Democrats want a chance this November, Joe Biden must CONCEDE.

He must concede that Trump’s trials aren’t going to be enough, and that the former president will have to be beaten legitimately.

Then he must concede that he will NEVER be able to beat Trump legitimately and let the DNC try to cobble together an emergency solution before Election Day.

Democrats have quite the problem on their hands.

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