Once again, Jill Biden is hitting the campaign trail instead of Joe Biden, as reported by the Wisconsin State Journal.
It would seem the game plan by the Democrat Party is that instead of having Joe hide out in his basement in 2024, he will just hide at out the White House and disappear on long vacations and weekend getaways.
To that point, Jill Biden will be heading to a fundraiser on Thursday in Madison, Wisconsin, reported the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Jill Can Go
If you recall, about a month ago, I reported on this very topic, stating that Jill would be taking a much more significant role because we know Joe’s batteries run out rather quickly these days.
In the midst of a campaign, this would usually be an event that would be attended by a sitting president who was hoping to be elected. But it will be Jill, not Joe, even though I think Jill is probably making more calls in the Oval Office than Joe is these days.
Jill will be appearing with Senator Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) to stress the importance of cancer screenings, you know, that disease that Joe Biden had earlier stated no longer exists as we know it?
The stop is part of Joe Biden’s White House Cancer Moonshot, which was once a failed charity that Biden relaunched after getting back into the White House.
After that event, Jill will head to the National Education Association and American Federation of Teachers educator appreciation event because Jill never misses an opportunity to let everyone know that she is a teacher.
From there, Jill and Tammy will head to an event and tell people to get their checkbooks out for Tammy and Joe’s re-election campaigns.
Wisconsin is a tough out for both parties, but Baldwin is hoping to defend her seat for a second time, but it will not be easy.
While she will not have any meaningful challengers from her party, banking mogul Eric Hovde, Franklin businessman Scott Mayer, and former Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. are both considering a run at her seat.
Currently, there is no high-profile candidate named, but that changes significantly if either of those two enter the race.
I would have to imagine that if Clarke gets into the race, it will take Donald Trump about two seconds to endorse him.