Biden Reveals Some Major Details About the 2024 Election

In an impromptu interview from this Saturday, Joe Biden, who is currently vacationing in Nantucket with his family, stated there are no conversations about the 2024 presidential bid going on at the time, as they’re celebrating instead.

The question came as a couple of reporters ran into the president crossing the street with his wife, Jill. In typical Biden fashion, he couldn’t be bothered to think about his job, his country, or what he should be doing to get us all out of this mess.

Biden family Thanksgiving in Nantucket is no place to talk about 2024, says Joe

With the price of an average Thanksgiving dinner going through the roof this year, not many have the privilege to say they’re celebrating. It’s hard being thankful when Biden almost took everything away from us.

The one good thing that came of the short interaction with Joe from this weekend is the possibility of him dropping the presidential bid entirely. He did announce at a press conference earlier this month he’s planning to run, but has yet to make a final decision.

As arrogant as he is, Biden then claimed he believes everyone wants him to run in 2024. Although it may just be that Joe forgot who “everyone” is or maybe that he’s already president in the first place.

Not a single sane person in this once-great country can proudly say they’re looking forward to another four years with Biden in office. The fact alone that he thinks so highly of himself is a testament to all the lies he’s telling himself, as well as the rest of us.

DeSantis vs. Biden or Trump vs. Biden?

Questions about Joe’s 2024 bid came up the moment the idea presented itself, mainly due to the fact that old Joe here will be 82 years old by then. If he actually won, he’d be 86 by the end of his second term in office.

The other factor was his tanking approval rating, which sat at a record low for months on end, only to shoot up after the red wave failed to manifest following this year’s midterm elections.

Even though the GOP did barely manage to take control of the House, the control of the Senate remained in Democrats’ hands.

California Governor Gavin Newsom was one of the Democrats’ initial choices for the Democratic primaries in 2024, but he put an end to the topic this week when he told Politico he’s fully on board with Biden’s re-election campaign.

On the other side of the spectrum, we have Donald Trump. He is facing a series of opponents for the Republican primary. Even though the majority of them are random alternatives, they’re slowly chipping away at his initial success in the polls.

The other candidate in the eyes of the conservative crowd is likely Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. He managed to completely dominate the election in the Sunshine State, giving hope to Republicans expecting a younger candidate for 2024.

Regardless of who ends up running against Biden, the polls are definitely in our favor. The smallest of victories Democrats had to celebrate last week won’t be enough to boost Joe’s popularity.

This article appeared in Our Patriot and has been published here with permission.