Dem candidates scurry away from Biden, rebuff endorsements
Joe Biden is not just plunging to previously unprecedented polling lows, he has no coattails as the midterm elections approach.
It’s clear Slo Joe doesn’t comprehend the fact that many candidates aligned with his party consider him a liability. Attempting to appear relevant, Biden finally had a press conference a year into his term.
“We’re going to be out there making sure that we’re helping all of those candidates,” Biden threatened. Exposing his lack of takers, he boasted, “Scores of them have already asked me to come in and campaign with them, to go out and make the case in plain, simple language as to what it is we’ve done, what we want to do, and why we think it’s important.”
The “scores” go unnamed. Someone should ask Biden about the recent Virginia governor’s race upset in which Republican newcomer Glenn Youngkin triumphed over democrat former governor, longtime party operative and DNC chairman, Terry McAuliffe.
Stay home, Joe. Maybe you can convince “Dr.” Jill to spike the diluted pablum in your sippy cup.