Looks like Biden might want to rethink quite a few remarks over the years, especially those with racial connotations.
After all, Biden has become rather infamous for his racial remarks on the 2020 campaign trail, such as declaring black voters “ain’t black” if they don’t vote for him, not to mention claiming “black women stocking the shelves” is what kept America running during COVID.
More recently, Biden called LL Cool J, a famed rapper, “boy,” which did not exactly endear him to broad swathes of his target voters.
Needless to say, all these little actions have undoubtedly helped buoy Trump’s popularity, which continues to skyrocket despite Dems’ pitiable efforts to undermine him.
And that popularity is growing, big time, amongst a huge diversity of voters.
None other than the Washington Post is starting to fret over Trump’s diverse support, marveling at the “sizable realignment” his popularity may bring about
“Either former president Donald Trump’s standing in early 2024 polls is inflated, or we are headed for a sizable realignment in how non-White voters cast their ballots.
Multiple polls in recent weeks have shown Trump performing historically well among Black and Hispanic voters in head-to-head matchups with President Biden, helping put him neck-and-neck with Biden in a way he rarely was during their 2020 matchup,” the outlet noted warily.
Translation: Quite a few voters have recognized Biden’s “unity” campaign for what it really is – a total farce.
On top of that, quite a few Hispanic and Black Americans are probably not overly endeared by the White House’s transgender militancy.
WaPo also cites findings from the New York Times, a liberal publication that is also observing a less than enthusiastic showing for Biden.
“Yet even after allocating the remaining undecided voters, these tallies might still be the worst for a Democratic leader among Black and Hispanic voters since Walter Mondale in 1984,” the New York Times observed nervously.
Perhaps Biden should focus on matching his promises to his actions, or, heck, even his words to his intentions.
Alas, he appears dependent upon recycling false stories laden with misinformation, like his recent, rather bizarre claims about growing up in a synagogue.
While the newspapers may be realizing Trump’s growing power over diverse groups, other commenters are apparently still fixated on the importance of Dems remaining in power.
Some commenters are nuts enough to claim that Republicans are benefitting more from illegals than Democrats are, never mind the fact that Republican states are currently the most besieged by illegal entrants.
“FYI, Republicans are intercepting new illegal immigrants, courting them with help to navigate the system. During that process, they present Republican propaganda about our government, and from what I could tell, they were very successful in swaying the opinions of these new dependents on the system. The Democrats are not involving themselves on an equal level,” one commenter declared.
“Not involving themselves on an equal level?” Who do you think left the border wide open for so many illegal immigrants to come through in the first place?
Though it would be quite hilarious if many of them ended up voting Republican after all.
Author: Jane Jones