I wonder why they feel that way?
Actually I don’t….
They scare the shit outta Democrats….
They have them and the media starting to do pieces on guys like California Governor Newsom….
If ya can’t do somethging about your poll numbers?
Someone from your own job is gonna try to take your job…..
I know it ain’t ALL your fault …
But that don’t matter….
Ya gotta do better with the President thing….
Biden has on several occasiopn NOT come across a forceful President….
His orignal ‘nice guy’ wanting to dance with Republican’s like when he was back in Senate has blown up in his face several times….
His hasty retreat from Afghanistan and worry about annoying Reussian President Putin might seem prudent to him…But added to his constant trouble with Right leaning judges on policies, and swallowing it has led to him being seen as a weak President…
His political moxy seems lost…
And the media just walks right past hgim for ANY Trump based story…
Joe Biden is “Good’ Man…
But increasingly Democrat’s do NOT see him as a strong President ….
And they are increasingly looking for a replacemnet for him….
Earlier this month, when Senator Bernie Sanders said he would not challenge President Biden in 2024, Mr. Biden was so relieved he invited his former rival to dinner at the White House the next night.
Mr. Biden has been eager for signs of loyalty — and they have been few and far between. Facing intensifying skepticism about his capacity to run for re-election when he will be nearly 82, the president and his top aides have been stung by the questions about his plans, irritated at what they see as a lack of respect from their party and the press, and determined to tamp down suggestions that he’s effectively a lame duck a year and a half into his administration.
Mr. Biden isn’t just intending to run, his aides argue, but he’s also laying the groundwork by building resources at the Democratic National Committee, restocking his operation in battleground states and looking to use his influence to shape the nomination process in his favor.…
Several said the president and his inner circle were confounded by Democrats’ discussions about a Plan B when the one person who has defeated Donald J. Trump has made clear he intends to run again.
Mr. Biden has told advisers he sees a replay of the early days of his 2020 primary bid, when some Democrats dismissed him as too old or too moderate to win the nomination. He blames the same doubters for the current round of questioning.
Those skeptics grew louder over the weekend, after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, when Mr. Biden restated his opposition to expanding the ranks of the high court, the left’s preferred solution to the court’s current conservative tilt. The remarks angered critics who argue that the president, who has never been comfortable elevating abortion rights and positions himself as a consensus builder, doesn’t have the temperament for partisan combat.
“Too many people in our party look at the glass as half-empty as opposed to the glass as half-full,” said former Representative Cedric Richmond, whom Mr. Biden dispatched from the White House to shore up the Democratic National Committee. Accusing other Democrats of “putting too much into these polling numbers,” an allusion to Mr. Biden’s standing below 40 percent in some surveys, Mr. Richmond said there was “a wing in our party who wanted a different candidate and I’m sure they’d love to have their candidate back in the mix again.”….
In some respects, Mr. Biden invited this moment. Running in the 2020 primary, the president presented himself as “a bridge, not as anything else” as he sought to rally skeptical Democrats to his candidacy. Consumed with ejecting Mr. Trump from office, the party’s voters answered that call but thought little of the implications of having an octogenarian in the Oval Office four years on.
Now, over half of Democrats say they don’t want Mr. Biden to run again or aren’t sure he should, according to recent surveys…..