G. McConway
July 17, 2023

Jill Heads to Georgia to Campaign Without Joe

I am starting to understand the new campaign strategy of Joe Biden for the 2024 election.

Since there is no pandemic, he cannot hide in his basement. What he can do, however, is hide at the White House and at his Delaware beach house.

That is pretty much what he is doing, while sending Jill Biden out on the campaign trail to tout job creation and Bidenomics.

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Joe’s lack of energy has always been a worry for his campaign. He showed in 2020 that he did not have the energy to do long, barnstorming tours. He showed it again after taking office and running out of gas on longer diplomatic trips.

It now appears as though Jill Biden is getting the tag to do the majority of campaign stops that would normally be done by the sitting president.

To that point, as you are reading this, Jill Biden has likely touched down in Atlanta, GA, to discuss Bidenomics and tout some of the recent job numbers, reported Fox 5 Atlanta.

Joining the First Lady will be U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona and Deputy Secretary of Energy David Turk.

Here is the thing, though… not that Joe is all that popular right now, but Jill, Miguel, and David hardly generate the interest in an event that the current occupant of the Oval Office would generate.

After pressing the flesh, Jill is scheduled to meet with local officials, then it is off to Pittsburgh for more of the same.

Jill actually has several big stops over the next week or so that we would have expected Joe to lead the way, but he cannot miss his sleep-ins and afternoon snoozes at the White House.

Financial reports for the campaign have already been lackluster, and I would imagine they will not get much better with Jill showing up instead of Joe.

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