At this point, it is all but completely confirmed that Joe Biden will be seeking a second term at the White House in 2024.
As RedState reported, The Washington Post released a story in which White House sources apparently revealed that Biden plans to announce his planned White House this week. The proclamation will be put out on a pre-recorded video rather than a live speech, according to the report.
This was further corroborated by an NBC News report claiming that Joe Biden hopes to hire Julie Chavez Rodriguez to work as his 2024 re-election campaign manager.
Meanwhile, The Guardian says that Biden is expected to make his grand reveal as soon as Tuesday.
Since then, numerous left-wing outlets have put out segments in what some argue amounts to an attempt to dissuade Biden from making the presidential run.
RNC Research shared a recent segment from CNN’s John King, who highlighted a poll stating that 74% of Americans think the U.S. is heading in the wrong direction.
King opined that given the poll results, “it’s hard for the boss to say, ‘Give me four more years,'” and that Biden is facing “a giant challenge.”
CNN's John King: "Joe Biden is asking for four more years — when 74% of Americans think the country is heading the wrong way, it's hard for the boss to say, 'Give me four more years.'" pic.twitter.com/XXCTf0EE8O
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) April 22, 2023
He additionally argued that Biden “clearly has liabilities,” including the fact that should he win re-election, he will be 82 years of age upon being inaugurated in 2025.
“Do the American people want that?” King pondered.
Joining CNN was ABC News, which had anchors from its network put Biden on blast over his age and perceived lack of competence.
“My own sense is that most Americans don’t want to vote for an 81-year-old man for president…. is the Biden White House operation aware that people are uneasy with his age?” posed Terry Moran of ABC.
ABC’s Martha Raddatz then read an excerpt of a Wall Street Journal opinion piece on air, which claimed that the American public believes that putting Biden in office for another four years could prove to be a “historic mistake,” characterizing him as an “octogenarian in obvious decline.”
The piece additionally noted that it is not truly possible for one to know Biden’s true physical and mental condition as the White House makes large efforts to cover it up.
ABC's Terry Moran: "My own sense is that most Americans don't want to vote for an 81-year-old man for president…. is the Biden White House operation aware that people are uneasy with his age?" Martha Raddatz then reads part of a Wall Street Journal op-ed on Biden's age. pic.twitter.com/L7MDTyonMP
— Kevin Tober (@KevinTober94) April 23, 2023