President Joe Biden recently had some choice words for David Axelrod, Barack Obama’s top strategist, after Axelrod suggested that Biden should consider not seeking reelection. According to sources who were present at a private gathering, Biden called Axelrod a “prick.” Ouch! But hey, name-calling isn’t exactly a winning strategy, as Jonathan Martin of POLITICO pointed out.
🚨🚨 REPORT: Biden Lashed Out, Cursed At Top Obama Advisor For Suggesting He Step Downhttps://t.co/xzJ4jLomiz
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And let’s not forget that Axelrod quickly backtracked on his statements, claiming that only Biden can make the decision and that he should consider whether running again is in his best interest or the country’s. Axelrod even mentioned that recent polling shows Biden is in trouble. Well, isn’t that just music to the ears of conservatives?
But Biden’s not just lashing out at Axelrod. Oh no, he’s got some animosity for the media as a whole. In a recent exchange with Fox News’s Peter Doocy, Biden got quite heated after being questioned about a New York Times poll that showed him trailing behind former President Donald Trump in several key swing states. Biden even pointed his finger angrily at Doocy. Talk about an overreaction!
And it seems Biden’s temper tantrums are just a distraction from the real issue at hand — his age. That’s right, folks, Biden is the oldest-ever U.S. president, and it’s becoming increasingly clear that his senior moments are a cause for concern among voters. The White House may be trying to hide Biden’s blunders, but it’s hard to change the perception that he’s simply too old to govern.
To make matters worse, Biden is facing internal challenges within his own party. Congressman Dean Phillips has already thrown his hat into the ring as a Democratic primary challenger, and now Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. is leaving the Democratic Party to run for president as an independent. Biden better watch his back, because the cracks in his support are starting to show.
Biden’s outbursts and insults may be entertaining, but they’re not going to help him win over voters or convince anyone that he’s capable of leading the country. It’s time for conservatives to rally behind alternative candidates who can bring fresh ideas and energy to the table. Biden’s reign may be short-lived, and it’s up to us to make sure our voices are heard.