TRUTH: Dems REFUSE to Defend Biden!

Joe Biden

( – Four months ahead of the 2024 election, Joe Biden’s situation has turned into an unmitigated catastrophe as now no high-profile Democrats are willing to speak publicly in defense of the president’s decision to remain in the race after his recent presidential debate disaster.

No members of the Democratic Party or associates of Joe Biden have stepped forward to support the president’s choice, as noted by Fox News host Shannon Bream. During an episode of “Fox News Sunday,”

Bream revealed that her team had spent “days” attempting to engage Democrats, who were consistently “unable or unwilling” to justify Biden’s decision.

She remarked that numerous lawmakers and affiliates of the Biden campaign declined invitations to discuss this issue on her show, The Daily Wire reports.

Bream emphasized the absence of defenders for Biden’s position.

“Now, before we get to our guests, I want you, the viewers at home, to know something. Our team has spent days reaching out to dozens of lawmakers and Biden advocates and allies. We’ve had numerous interactions with the Biden/Harris campaign, but not a single potential guest was either able or willing to join us on today’s show to defend the president and his decision to stay on the ticket,” the Fox journalist disclosed.

“We will be having a conversation without that voice, which we have been working around the clock to avoid,” she lamented further.

A significant decrease in support for Biden has become apparent among officials, donors, and others within his party following a presidential debate on June 27 against former president Donald Trump.

Biden’s showing in the debate, where he seemed weak and at times disoriented and unintelligible, has prompted concerns about his cognitive sharpness and the impact of his age, now 81, on his capabilities.

A mounting number of Democrat lawmakers have suggested Biden should withdraw from the presidential race to allow for a fresh candidate, likely Vice President Kamala Harris.

Democrat Representative Lloyd Doggett of Texas was the first public advocate for this change last week.

“Recognizing that, unlike Trump, President Biden’s first commitment has always been to our country, not himself, I am hopeful that he will make the painful and difficult decision to withdraw,” he said.

Following suit were Representatives Raúl Grijalva of Arizona, Seth Moulton of Massachusetts, Mike Quigley of Illinois, and Angie Craig of Minnesota, as reported by Axios.

Former President Donald Trump is leading Biden across all seven battleground states, with margins ranging from 0.6 points in Michigan to 5.8 points in North Carolina, as per Real Clear Politics polling averages.

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