Joe Biden just found out what Democrats really think of him and it’s worse than he thought
Joe Biden is in big trouble.
Biden’s own people are turning on him.
And Joe Biden just found out what Democrats really think of him and it’s worse than he thought.
West Virginia Democrat Senator Joe Manchin holds the key to Joe Biden’s agenda.
Because the Senate is split 50/50 between the two parties, Democrats need every Senator on board to ram Joe Biden’s socialist agenda through Congress.
Manchin recently engaged in a media blitz to defend the insane deal he cut with Chuck Schumer to raise taxes on all Americans making less than $400,000 and do next to nothing about inflation.
On Meet the Press, left-wing activist Chuck Todd asked Manchin about the political fallout from the deal.
Manchin refused to say if he supported Democrats maintaining their Congressional majorities in the Midterm elections.
“You know, I’m not making those choices or decisions on that. I’m going to work with whatever I have,” Manchin began.
Todd pressed again, but Manchin refused to endorse Democrats retaining power in November.
“I think the Democrats have great candidates that are running. They’re good people I’ve worked with,” Machin continued. “And I have a tremendous amount of respect and friendship with my Republican colleagues. So I can work on either side very easily.”
Manchin concluded by saying it was up to the voters in each state to decide which party controlled the House and the Senate.
“Whatever the voters choose. I can’t decide what’s going to happen in Kansas or California or Texas. I really can’t,” Manchin added. “I’ve always taken the approach: Whoever you send me, that’s your representative and I respect them. And I respect the state for the people they send, and I give it my best to work with them, to do the best for my country. I don’t play politics that way. I don’t like it that way. That’s not who I am.”
In an interview with ABC’s This Week, Manchin refused to endorse Joe Biden in 2024 or even say he should run for re-election.
“Everybody’s worried about the election. That’s the problem,” Manchin stated. “It’s a 2022 election, 2024 election. I’m not getting involved in …”
When host Jon Karl pressed Manchin for an answer about endorsing Biden, he refused to budge.
“It’s not. I’m not getting involved in that, Jon,” Manchin added. “I’m really not.”
Democrats know Joe Biden will turn 82 in 2024.
Democrats also know Joe Biden is not mentally fit to serve as President and it is dangerous for him to stay in office until he is 86.
But Democrats do not want to cut Biden’s Presidency off at the knees by saying they don’t want him to run in 2024.