The Biden strategy has been clear from the beginning… separate us all into warring factions, and try to unite us all against one common enemy.
The reason he has been shamelessly pushing DEI (or, if you prefer, ‘DIE’) programs was all about positioning himself as the hero standing up against the Big Bad Republicans in defense of minority interests.
We’re all supposed to ignore the fact that these programs are in direct conflict with the Constitution. He’s saving the world from institutional racism, dontcha know?
The problem is, there is a world of difference between a candidate pledging what he WILL do once he’s elected and an incumbent whose record you can see for yourself.
Even with the corporate media polishing the turd that is his record, it’s a lot harder to blow smoke about what kind of a president you have been when the whole country can look around and ask themselves the famous question Reagan asked during his debate with Jimmy Carter: are you better off than you were four years ago?
Jimmy Carter is the president Joe Biden is often compared against. For the first time, poor Jimmy is finally coming out ahead in these comparisons. That’s NOT good news for Joe Biden’s campaign expectations.
Joe Biden doesn’t really fear the punditry stuff, because there are plenty of sleight-of-hand tricks the media puppeteers and Intelligence Community have up their sleeves as the Big Day approaches.
But videos like the one this lady put up (profanity warning) are symptoms of a far more serious problem for Biden’s chances.
— Everyday AmericanGal🇺🇸 (@EverydayAmeric7) January 10, 2024
She does NOT buy into the identity politics game. Not at all. She does not buy the ‘Trump-is-racist’ trope. In fact, she’s calling out the Democrats as racist. In particular, she’s pissed off about how minority schoolkids (and their parents) are taking the brunt of negative consequences stemming from Biden’s open borders policy.
And did she say she was from… Chicago???
Most of Biden’s reelection strategy relies on strength of high-density urban voting patterns and get-out-the-vote machines. That strategy, in turn, relies on the almost unshakeable support Dems have received from minority voters, especially black voters, in those districts.
Republicans don’t have to pick up a majority of black voters to put a lot of ironclad blue districts into play. Wiping out Dem election chances would only take moving the needle in that demographic stronghold by a few percentage points.
Biden’s strategy of fear-mongering and whipping up anger against Trump doesn’t seem to have the same impact as it did not long ago.
That card has become so overplayed it has lost any real meaning among anyone except the most devoted of lemmings.
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