As the 2024 presidential race looms on the horizon, one thing is clear: Joe Biden has more cash on hand than any other potential candidate. Surprisingly, though, he has no re-election campaign to speak of. ( 📰 “This Is Why The Whistleblower Came Forward” Former FBI Agent Says This as Biden’s Woes Deepen ) This raises questions and concerns about why an incumbent president with ample resources isn’t actively preparing for the general election. His aides claim it’s all part of the plan, but that should terrify you. Biden’s campaign manager, Julie Chavez Rodriguez, is running a minimalistic operation with just three other paid staffers, costing only $1.4 million from April through June. In comparison, President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign had spent over $10 million during the same period in 2011. This stark contrast begs the question: what is Biden’s strategy, and why the unusual approach?
The first possibility is that Biden knows he won’t be the nominee. This speculation gains strength as Vice President Kamala Harris seems to be positioning herself to step into the race by taking on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. However, the more likely candidate Democrats may be banking on is California Governor Gavin Newsom. Despite his own state’s challenges under his leadership, Newsom’s charisma and appeal to suburban women could pose a formidable challenge for Republicans. If Newsom becomes the Democratic nominee, it could mean a tougher battle for the GOP.
Another possibility is that Biden believes Donald Trump will be the GOP nominee. For Biden, facing Trump may appear to be a favorable scenario. His campaign likely thinks Trump has little chance of swaying independent voters he lost in 2020, given his unfavorable ratings. This assumption could lead Biden to believe he can run another basement-style campaign to secure victory. Moreover, the timing of Trump’s classified documents trial and the likelihood of another federal trial related to January 6th may provide Biden with the ultimate October surprise: facing an opponent who is either in jail or under house arrest. (realclearpolitics.com) (redstate.com) This scenario could explain Biden’s unwavering confidence in his position.
While it is impossible to predict the future, Biden’s current re-election campaign approach speaks volumes about his and his handlers’ perspectives. If they are overly confident, it should raise concerns for the American public. (redstate.com) As we approach the 2024 elections, the voters will ultimately have the power to decide the outcome. ( 📺 There Are 2 Standards Of Justice In America: One For Americans & Another For The Bidens – Rick Scott ) (washingtonpost.com) However, the implications of Biden’s approach and the possibility of a controversial matchup demand thoughtful consideration and analysis. ( 🔗 Joe Biden Is The Second Most Unpopular President In Modern American History ) What are your thoughts on the potential scenarios and implications of Biden’s re-election strategy? Share your insights and opinions in the comments as we navigate the complexities of the upcoming presidential race. ( 📰 Why Gen. Charles Q Brown Might Not Take Over in October Despite Nomination by Biden ) (redstate.com)