July 6, 2024

Biden's friends and family lying to him by saying there's a path forward

President Joe Biden is reportedly being lied to by friends and family.

According to David Axelrod, a former Obama adviser and a political commentator for CNN, advisers to the president are telling him there is still a "path forward" and "indulging him."

"I think that for those who care about the president, I’m sure his family does, but family advisers who are, I think, indulging him here by telling him that there’s a path forward. I think that there’s a terrible risk to this," Axelrod began.

He did not stop there.

"I do think that this is a this will define him if he moves forward. He’s had an extraordinary career. I worked with him in the White House. I enjoy joyed working with them in the White House I think he was an enormous asset to President Obama. I think he’s done some really great things as president and he, he routed Donald Trump from the White House, which was a great service to the country but to give it back because he was told that he could win an election, that is increasingly out of reach," Axelrod continued.

Axelrod is right when he says there's a "terrible risk" to this for Biden.

How could anyone on the Biden administration or campaign thing this is going to end well for the president?

After the last debate, there is no more denying that Joe Biden is not where he needs to be mentally to lead this country for another four years.

His approval ratings were already suffering BEFORE he stepped on the debate stage.

Joe needs to be removed, and it needs to happen quickly.

Any liberal who tells him differently is lying.

What do you think about what Axelrod had to say about Biden's advisers?

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