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INSIDER SOURCES: Democrats Afraid to Speak Against Biden in 2024

Wait until you hear what they said about Kamala Harris!

Any week now, incumbent Democratic President Joe Biden is expected to announced that he’ll be seeking reelection in 2024 – a controversial move if there ever was one, and for a myriad of reasons.

Biden’s age has been top of the list for a while, now being the oldest President to ever be elected to a first term.  With his status as an octogenarian comes a multitude of other issues of health and mental well-being – the latter of which many Americans are already beginning to wonder about when it comes to Sleepy Joe.

But, no matter how many common sense reasons there seem to be to avoid voting for Joe Biden again in 2024, th Democrats are simply afraid to say anything.

Democratic members of Congress don’t want President Joe Biden to run for reelection in 2024 but are keeping quiet in order to preserve their own career interests, according to Politico.

Several Democratic representatives told Politico that Biden shouldn’t run again at the National Governor’s Association’s winter meeting, citing his advanced age and limited ability to campaign, but all but one of them refused to make their comments on the record. Democratic Minnesota Rep. Dean Phillips, who has been vocal in his belief that Biden is too old to seek reelection, told the outlet that many of his colleagues agree with him but are keeping quiet out of fear that speaking out could damage their political careers.

“It’s fear, plain and simple,” he told Politico. “People are focused on self-preservation and their aspirations.”

The only thing worse might be Biden’s #2 taking a run at it.

Democrats are also concerned that if Biden doesn’t run, Vice President Kamala Harris will, which could endanger the party’s chances in the 2024 election, Phillips told Politico.

The situation was getting a bit frantic for the Democrats.

One Democratic House member told Politico that Biden should run for reelection before going off the record, having the reporter turn his phone off and explaining that Harris was not an option. Another member privately admitted to trying to convince First Lady Jill Biden that her husband shouldn’t run again.

Only 37% of Democrats want President Joe Biden to run for reelection in 2024, according to a Feb. 6 poll from the Associated Press and the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, down from 52% last fall.

This sort of polling has been rather consistent as well, with no room to hide for Joe Biden in this regard.

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