(TheLastPatriotNews.com) – In a sign the political walls inside his party are closing in on President Joe Biden, the whispering campaign designed to stop him from seeking reelection in 2024 has broken into public view.
As DNYUX.com notes in “Should Biden Run in 2024? Democratic Whispers of ‘No’ Start to Rise”:
“Midway through the 2022 primary season, many Democratic lawmakers and party officials are venting their frustrations with President Biden’s struggle to advance the bulk of his agenda, doubting his ability to rescue the party from a predicted midterm trouncing and increasingly viewing him as an anchor that should be cut loose in 2024.
As the challenges facing the nation mount and fatigued base voters show low enthusiasm, Democrats in union meetings, the back rooms of Capitol Hill and party gatherings from coast to coast are quietly worrying about Mr. Biden’s leadership, his age and his capability to take the fight to former President Donald J. Trump a second time.” [emphasis added]
And, on the issue of his age, none other than David Axelrod, who ran Barack Obama’s presidential campaigns and worked with Biden in the West Wing of the White House, has gone on record saying that Biden is too old for the presidency.
As the Washingon Examiner reports about Axelrod’s concerns:
“Former Obama adviser David Axelrod raised a “major” red flag regarding President Joe Biden’s ambitions to run for reelection in 2024, pointing to the commander in chief’s advanced age…
Axelrod stated, “The presidency is a monstrously taxing job, and the stark reality is the president would be closer to 90 than 80 at the end of a second term, and that would be a major issue.” [emphasis added]
What is your opinion? Please email [email protected]tpatriotnews.com and share your thoughts about whether or not Joe Biden should seek reelection in 2024. Many conservatives and Republicans want Biden to run again because they think he would be easy to defeat. What do you think? Is Biden, as some in his party believe, too old to be president? Why or why not?