President Joe Biden has announced that he will run for re-election in 2024 at the age of 80, and is threatening to finish the mess he started, whether he is aware of it or not. According to Breitbart, Biden announced his re-election on Tuesday, just after a poll was released saying that 70 percent of Americans did not want him to run, with 50 percent of them being Democrats. Many, including Democrats, have expressed a major concern with his age, and considering his myriad of blunders, it is worrisome that he may continue to hold this very powerful position.
In his re-election announcement video, Biden failed to list one accomplishment from his first term. Instead, Biden simply attacks “MAGA extremists” and repeats talking points focusing on key words such as “freedom” and “equality,” most likely with the hope that doing so would distract from his weak leadership and the mess his administration has created in America in just his first term.
Showing an overwhelming number of photos of Jill Biden, Kamala Harris, and himself hugging people constantly is not something useful on a résumé for the President of the United States. However, it does suggest that he is listening to the American people. After sky high inflation has shaken up their finances, the threat of World War III looms overhead, the southern border crisis has escalated above and beyond anyone’s expectations, and crime is a daily reality, the American people need a hug, and being the cause of all their worries Biden probably thinks it should be him.
With his re-election announcement, Biden may have convinced some that he is up for the job; he was finally able to speak without a blunder in the recorded video. However, will being able to speak for three minutes without a mess-up be enough to convince the people who doubt his leadership that he can in fact lead the United States of America?
The campaigns for the election of 2024 will have new fuel now knowing that Biden is running for re-election with the most unpopular Vice President by his side. Biden has been challenged by Democratic candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who announced that he is entering the race and is already polling in double digits.
Soon enough, Americans will decide which direction our country will take as they choose the leaders they trust to hold America’s life in their hands.