Joe Biden Reportedly Confesses Plans to Run For Reelection

Lately, Joe Biden’s been all over the place when it comes to his plans for the 2024 presidential election.

At first, he and his administration insisted there was zero doubt regarding his plans to run for president. However, during a 60 Minutes interview towards the end of September, Biden changed his mind.

Suddenly, the narrative shifted, with the president stating it’s too early to make a determination about the next election. Though if Biden doesn’t run for another term, there are plenty of Democrats who will likely step up to take his place.

Now, Breitbart News reports that Joe Biden recently informed MSNBC host Al Sharpton that he’s got every intention of running for president again.

Which One Is It?

Multiple reports indicate that during the start of last month, Biden informed Sharpton of his plans to pursue reelection. This report follows other claims that Sharpton was one of the first individuals to know about Biden’s plans to run for office during the 2020 presidential election.

Thus far, Sharpton has yet to come forward and confirm whether the president told him he’ll be running for reelection in 2024.

Thus far, Biden also has yet to announce to the public, following his 60 Minutes interview, that he’ll be running for office again.

There are several scenarios. Biden may have originally been planning to pursue reelection from the jump and then changed his mind. Likewise, there could be a reason why Biden doesn’t want the general public to be aware of his reelection plans.

Either way it goes, many Americans have questions and deserve accurate answers.

A Disaster in Slow Motion

In many ways, Biden’s current tenure in the White House has been an absolute disaster. With the economy growing increasingly worse, many Americans are barely making it.

Meanwhile, crime is soaring in different parts of the nation. This hasn’t stopped the Biden administration from holding various meetings with activists who’ve openly championed to defund law enforcement.

Biden also has yet to get ahold of the southern border; he furthermore hasn’t lived up to his commitment to be a unifier that takes on political division.

Were the current president to announce his reelection campaign, his opponent in the general race would have all sorts of ammunition to use against him. Even in the Democratic primary, Biden could find himself possibly being ousted.

Polling has shown that decent amounts of Democrats don’t want Biden to be their 2024 nominee again. Time will reveal whether or not the current president actually runs for reelection.

What do you think of reports that Biden recently informed Al Sharpton that he’s going to run for the White House again? Let us know in the comments area if you believe it’s a good idea for the president to seek out a second term.

This article appeared in The Conservative Brief and has been published here with permission.