In this wacky world we live in, people sometimes say things that make you scratch your head in confusion. Case in point: Joe Scarborough’s latest bizarre comments on his show “Morning Joe.” It’s almost like he’s living in a parallel universe where everything is hunky-dory for Joe Biden. But let’s face it, Scarborough probably hasn’t been getting much sleep lately because he’s terrified of the idea of Biden losing to Trump in 2024. So, when Democrats express concerns about Biden’s reelectability, Scarborough just shrugs it off as if it’s no big deal.
Asleep at the Wheel? One Joe (Scarborough) Defends Another (Biden) With a Feigned Yawn https://t.co/5mrxx21GEX
— Brad Porcellato (@BradPorcellato) November 20, 2023
But here’s the thing, Scarborough, my buddy Bonchie highlighted that a recent poll shows only 19 percent of people think their children will have a better future under Biden’s leadership. That’s not exactly a ringing endorsement, my friend. It’s clear that Bidenomics is failing the American people. From sky-high interest rates to overpriced fast food meals, average Americans are feeling the squeeze. But hey, who cares about the struggling middle class when you’re a millionaire talking head on TV, right Scarborough?
It’s not rocket science to see why Democrats are worried about Biden’s chances in 2024. Even David Axelrod, a trusted Democrat strategist, is concerned. But Scarborough just dismisses it all as if it’s nothing to lose sleep over. Well, Joe, when your own party’s top players are sounding the alarm, maybe it’s time to wake up and smell the coffee. Biden’s gaffes and incoherence are already a cause for concern, but imagine how much worse it’ll be when he’s in his 80s. We can’t afford more of this mess.
So, to sum it up, Scarborough is living in a dream world, and Biden is sleepwalking through his presidency. The reality is that Biden’s reelectability is in serious doubt, and Democrats know it. It’s time for them to face the facts and find a stronger candidate for 2024. Because one thing’s for sure: we can’t afford four more years of Sleepy Joe.