The 2024 election politics

The scary question is: Who is running the country?

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Don’t worry, Biden’s as fit and enthusiastic as ever in his latest rally.

https://x.com/mazemoore/status/1809315343212638406

  • BIDEN: I AM RUNNING AND AM GOING TO WIN AGAIN BIDEN GIVES REMARKS AT CAMPAIGN RALLY IN WISCONSIN
  • CONGRESS MEMBERS ENCOURAGE BIDEN TO CONTINUE PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN
  • US SENATOR WARNER SEEKS TO ASSEMBLE A GROUP OF DEMOCRATIC SENATORS TO ASK BIDEN TO EXIT THE RACE

Biden on Trump - ”I’ll beat him again in 2020

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Is it possible they still don’t know who could replace Biden? Just buying time for the inevitable?

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Yes, I think they don’t know yet or if Biden might still try to run. It could be Kamala, it could be Biden and Kamala, it could be Biden and Obama (4th term went Biden steps down later), or it could be Gavin or any of the other pretenders to the throne.

Meanwhile, more misinformation for your lying eyes

Dr. Kevin R. Cannard, a Parkinson’s disease specialist, has visited the White House at least nine times in the last year, official White House visitor logs show.

The logs show Dr. Cannard traveled to the White House residence medical clinic each time. He met either with the president’s personal physician or the naval nurse who coordinates care for the president and other top officials, the logs show. Before July 2023, Dr. Cannard had visited the White House only once during the Biden administration, in November 2022.

Another issue is that medication for Parkinson is can have protean effects on mental status. Sometimes bizarre things such as compulsive gambling. None of these changes would you want manifesting in someone in the Oval Office.

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Big democratic fundraiser comments on the Democratic Party’s bad situation, blasting Biden for going back on his promise to be a 1-term president and suggesting that the law in several swing states makes it very difficult to replace him as the candidate at this point.

https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2024/07/03/democratic_donor_ari_emnanuel_grades_president_biden_he_gave_us_a_bunch_of_malarkey_and_im_really_pissed.html

you no longer can remove [Biden] in three swing states – Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan. There’s only one Democratic [state legislature], Michigan, they have to vote to remove him. I don’t believe the Republican Party in Pennsylvania or in Wisconsin are gonna do that. And if they do, then it’s Kamala Harris. We don’t have – this is legal. So lawyers have to look at this. Everybody says, well, get rid of him and brokered convention. No. Now, maybe there’s some question whether the delegates can do something.

I talked to a bunch of big [Democratic] donors and they’re moving all their money to Congress and the Senate.

Cutting their upcoming losses it seems.

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Judging from that comment, this donor doesn’t think highly of Kamala. Me thinks having Kamala debate Trump would be strategically bad for the democratic party. It’d make evident why many voters dislike DEI and other similar paths to equality.

Looks like the Leftists’ strategy in France paid off.

The French markets particularly the bonds are not going to be pleased.

France was going to choose between debt, more debt and way more debt.

Way more debt it is.

A radio interview with pre-known questions… If I were a conspiranoic, which I’m not, I’d wonder whether there is a fifth column embedded in Biden’s campaign.

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I don’t get your comment. If you recall any of her past debates, she’d tear Trump a new asshole each time she spoke.

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Because the two tasks Biden publically assigned to her were the border and crime. Those two issues, together with inflation, are the Achilles heel of the current administration. Even a fool like Trump will have no problem pointing that out again and again.

If I may add, should Kamala become the candidate, she’s also going to be asked how on Earth she --and others-- didn’t notice Biden’s cognitive decline. Or why did she keep it to herself?

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LOL. Perhaps you can tell us what Kamala’s definition of culture is from this statement.

I watched most of Biden’s Q&A last night and he seemed to do about as well as you’d expect for a pre-debate Biden. A few word slip ups but broadly he seemed reasonable. I think this will make it harder for the (non)Democratic elites to force him off the ticket in the little time that remains.

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Probably best outcome for Republicans.

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Except that would give him the same anti-establishment status as Trump thrives on.

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The conspiracy unravels! :rofl:

Internal politics of attacking Biden

The same people who raised tens of millions of dollars for the president’s reelection campaign just four weeks ago; the same people who three weeks ago called unflattering video footage of the president “cheapfakes” and silenced those questioning his fitness with mockery and censure; the same people who told us the president is running rings around them on policy and is the smartest guy in the room, are now lining up one by one to stab him in the back and in the front, calling him unfit to run, demanding he step aside.

Those same people who were perfectly content to help reelect him for four more years were happy to do so as long as his true state of mind was hidden from the American people. Now that Americans have seen the truth with their own eyes at the disastrous Atlanta debate—or rather, now that New York Times readers and CNN watchers have seen it—it’s coup o’clock for the “defenders of democracy” in the Democratic Party.

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Biden’s best chance? Someone missed by a few inches shooting him in the head.

https://apnews.com/article/trump-vp-vance-rubio-7c7ba6b99b5f38d2d840ed95b2fdc3e5

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He was grazed in the right ear. Campaign says he is ok.

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I would even say an inch, that too. from long range. Wonder how it impacts election

Also curious why people were yelling FU at the TV after?