According to a new poll, Biden’s numbers have plummeted. 71% of respondents believe the vice president should not run for re-election in 2024. The fact that 54% of Democrats don’t want Biden to seek reelection is astonishing.
Surprisingly, only 60% of voters are against having Trump run for president again. Only 27% of Republicans are opposed to a 2024 Trump campaign.
According to Quinnipiac University polling analyst Tim Malloy, the following statements were made:
“There’s a lot of resistance to a replay of either a Trump or Biden administration. While Trump still has power over his supporters, President Biden is underwater among his own party.”
Only 28% of the respondents approved of Biden’s economic policies, with a majority (66%) disagreeing.
The main worry for Americans is still inflation. It makes sense, given that inflation is at a 40-year high of 9.1 percent according to Tyler Durden of ZeroHedge.
Overall, the Biden administration appears to be in trouble. The 2022 midterms are expected to favor the Republicans, and the 2024 election appears to favor them as well. This is certainly good news at first glance.
However, the most important thing is for populist-minded Republicans to win office. Reverting all three branches of government over to neoconservative Republicans would merely deliver us more of the same: mass migration, never-ending conflicts, and no substantial reduction in the administrative state.
Right-wing populists must hammer the Biden administration for its economic and social failures, to be sure. However, they must also expose terrible Republican candidates who are attempting to use political dissatisfaction to sneak their way into office in order to preserve the neocon status quo that has dominated GOP politics for decades.
The policy debacles we confront today are the result of decades of one-party rule in the DC Swamp.