Biden’s re-election train wrecks continue to crash off the edge of a cliff.
According to leaks coming from the heart of the beast, he is now begging Bill Clinton and Barack Obama to join him in a “first-of-its-kind fundraising” to raise donations and get free media.
Via NBC News:
Four people who are familiar with the plans say that the campaign of President Joe Biden is planning a fundraiser, a first, which officials hope will be profitable and make headlines, but would also energize Democratic voters, many of whom have shown little enthusiasm for the 2024 ticket.
Four people who were familiar with the talks said that the idea was for the three Democratic Presidents — Joe Biden, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama – to appear at a spring fundraiser together.
These people say that discussions are in progress to coordinate the schedules of the presidents. However, no date has yet been set. Two sources with knowledge of the discussions say that the fundraiser will likely be held in March or April.
This plan reflects the belief of Biden’s allies that all hands must be on deck to help him win another term. This is just one of many ways in which Democratic leaders and the Biden Campaign are preparing for the general election, which they see as being of the highest stakes.
NBC News emphasizes the “first-of-its-kind” aspect of the proposal as if it were a novel idea that had never been tested. It’s a golden ticket for Brandon’s prospects that will change everything in a New York second.
We are at the intersection of delusion, and desperation.
Imagine yourself as a Democrat consultant who is so far removed from the rabble that you are promoting this concept as if there would be any impact on the polls or the voter turnout on election day.
No one cares. The only people who might be impressed with rolling out Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama are Blue-No-Matter-Who liberals in D.C. or Manhattan or wherever who are already sufficiently motivated to defeat Trump.
If Biden’s handlers wanted to ensure re-election they could implement policies that appeal to voters and encourage them to vote. That would be a bit too direct in this Sacred Democracy.